Vol 3, Issue 4 Foucault’s Method Today

Volume 3, Issue 4 Foucault’s Method Today:

“Foucault’s Method: Introduction to Issue”, Cindy Zeiher and Mike Grimshaw
“Notes on the Concept of Hyper-subjectivity—Foucault, Lacan, Illouz”, Rey Chow and Austin Sarfan
“Foucault v Freud: Unthought, Unconscious, and Kant’s ‘Rhapsody of Perceptions’”, Henry Krips
“Contemporary Implications of Michel Foucault”, Jean Allouch
“Post-Truth and the Controversy over Postmodernism. Or, was Trump Reading Foucault?”, Saul Newman
“Reassessing the Productive Hypothesis: How Foucault Taught us to Think About Sex and Self”, Christopher Breu
“Foucault after Baudrillard”, Rex Butler
“Flayed Bodies and the Re-turn of the Flesh: Foucault and Contemporary Gendered Bodies”, Talyor Adams and Rosemary Overell
“Lacan avec Foucault: Reflections on Monstrosity”, Leilane Andreoni, Manuella Mucury, Jorge e Adeodato, Rodrigo Gonsalves (former members of ‘Monstrosity’)
“The Glory of Nicocles: Foucault’s Greeks and the Inegalitarian Underside of the Professional-Managerial Class”, Matthew Sharpe
“Caesar’s Tear; or, Paedagogia Interruptus: Foucault’s History of Sexuality and the Neoliberal University”, Phillip Wegner
Epistème la gris: Foucault and Psychedelic Neoliberalism”, Nathan Gorelick
“Postmodern Ressentiment, or the Virtue of ‘Voluntary Inservitude’ in the Age of Identity Politics”, Zahi Zalloua
“Foucault’s Apophasis: Beyond Modernity, the Real”, Mark G. E. Kelly
“The Foucault Fiasco Plague: Frugality, the Gaze, and the Return of Postmodernism”, Clint Burnham
“Foucault’s Marxism”, David Pavón-Cuéllar


“On Some Questions Prior to any Possible Treatment of Lacan’s Theory of Discourses as Political”, Lorenzo Chiesa
“’Kant with Sade’: on the Relationship between the Moral Law and Jouissance in the Ethics of Psychoanalysis”, Christian Ingo Lenz Dunker and Patricia de Campos Moura
“Farewell”, Saitya Brata Das
“Tricks with Transference: Naming in a Post-Truth World”, Warwick Tie

Notes on Contributors