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Mathieu Potte-Bonneville

MATHIEU POTTE-BONNEVILLE  is a philosopher. A leading scholar of Foucault, he is the author of many essays, including “Michel Foucault, L’inquiétude de l’histoire” (“Michel Foucault, The Disquiet of History”), 2004 and “Amorces” (“Starting Points”), 2006.

Here and Elsewhere

May, 2016—A small village in the Mâconnais region. A festival is being held beneath a capital, with debates, lectures, and conferences in alternation. Big names have made the trip, drawn by the prospect of a full four days’ literary coterie, where yesterday’s interrupted discussion can always take up on the morrow.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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