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The Resource Georges Canguilhem and the problem of error, Samuel Talcott

Georges Canguilhem and the problem of error, Samuel Talcott

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Georges Canguilhem and the problem of error
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Georges Canguilhem and the problem of error
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Samuel Talcott
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Talcott, Samuel
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194
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B2430.C3554
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non fiction
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  • Canguilhem, Georges
  • Error
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Georges Canguilhem and the problem of error, Samuel Talcott
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Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Note on Texts, Translations, and References; Contents; Chapter 1 Power, Ruse, and Resistance in Societies of Control: Canguilhem on Algeria, the Republic, and Education; A Political Education During the Downfall of the Republic; The Algeria Writings: War, the New Janissaries, and Other Dangers; Education: Experience, Adventure, Silence; References; Chapter 2 The Births of Political Resistance and Biological Philosophy Out of the Spirit of Medicine: Error in the Early Years; Philosophy of Life, Philosophy of War; Medicine, Philosophy, and Error
  • Alain, the Fiction of Gods and Spirit, and the Problem of ErrorFascism and Marxism in the Countryside: The CVIA and Peasants; Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 3 Technical Alterations in the Problem of Error: From the True and the False to the Normal and the Pathological; Notes from the Lycée de Valenciennes; On Descartes and Technique; The Treatise on Logic and Morals; The Course on "Error"; The Essay on Some Problems Concerning the Normal and the Pathological; Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 4 Error and the Problem of Creation; The Young Canguilhem on Vitalism and Creation
  • Canguilhem's Two Commentaries on Creative EvolutionBergson, Alain, and the Problem of Creation; Alain: The Powers of the False and Creative Labor; References; Chapter 5 Knowledge of Life True to Life: Medicine, Experimentation, and Milieu; Medicine and Experimentation in the Essay on Some Problems Concerning the Normal and the Pathological; The Place of Experimentation in Knowledge of Life; Canguilhem's Reflexive Method and the Concept of Milieu; References; Chapter 6 Becoming Rationalist: Biological Philosophy, History of the Reflex Concept, and the Uses of Water
  • Biological Philosophy and Gaston Bachelard: Becoming RationalistThe Reflex: History of a Concept and Its Philosophical Value; On Psychology and Psychiatry; Bachelard, Canguilhem and the Uses of Water in the History of Madness; References; Chapter 7 Experimentation and the Crisis of Medicine; Dagognet's Biological Philosophy and Clinical Anthropology; Canguilhem, Leriche, and the Dehumanization of Medicine; "To Care Is to Undertake an Experiment": Industrial Societies and the Crisis of Medicine; Foucault, Canguilhem, and the History of Modern Medical Experience; References
  • Chapter 8 Put to the Test: Canguilhem's Biological Philosophy and a New Concept of ErrorScience and the Problem of Error in 1955-1956; Histories of Scientific Concepts of Life, Biological Philosophy of Error; Ruse and Truth, Death and Life in Artistic Creation; The Monstrous in Life, Imagination, and Science; Canguilhem's Biological Philosophy Put to the Test; References; Index; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page
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9783030007782
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  • (OCoLC)1101625198
Label
Georges Canguilhem and the problem of error, Samuel Talcott
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Note on Texts, Translations, and References; Contents; Chapter 1 Power, Ruse, and Resistance in Societies of Control: Canguilhem on Algeria, the Republic, and Education; A Political Education During the Downfall of the Republic; The Algeria Writings: War, the New Janissaries, and Other Dangers; Education: Experience, Adventure, Silence; References; Chapter 2 The Births of Political Resistance and Biological Philosophy Out of the Spirit of Medicine: Error in the Early Years; Philosophy of Life, Philosophy of War; Medicine, Philosophy, and Error
  • Alain, the Fiction of Gods and Spirit, and the Problem of ErrorFascism and Marxism in the Countryside: The CVIA and Peasants; Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 3 Technical Alterations in the Problem of Error: From the True and the False to the Normal and the Pathological; Notes from the Lycée de Valenciennes; On Descartes and Technique; The Treatise on Logic and Morals; The Course on "Error"; The Essay on Some Problems Concerning the Normal and the Pathological; Concluding Remarks; References; Chapter 4 Error and the Problem of Creation; The Young Canguilhem on Vitalism and Creation
  • Canguilhem's Two Commentaries on Creative EvolutionBergson, Alain, and the Problem of Creation; Alain: The Powers of the False and Creative Labor; References; Chapter 5 Knowledge of Life True to Life: Medicine, Experimentation, and Milieu; Medicine and Experimentation in the Essay on Some Problems Concerning the Normal and the Pathological; The Place of Experimentation in Knowledge of Life; Canguilhem's Reflexive Method and the Concept of Milieu; References; Chapter 6 Becoming Rationalist: Biological Philosophy, History of the Reflex Concept, and the Uses of Water
  • Biological Philosophy and Gaston Bachelard: Becoming RationalistThe Reflex: History of a Concept and Its Philosophical Value; On Psychology and Psychiatry; Bachelard, Canguilhem and the Uses of Water in the History of Madness; References; Chapter 7 Experimentation and the Crisis of Medicine; Dagognet's Biological Philosophy and Clinical Anthropology; Canguilhem, Leriche, and the Dehumanization of Medicine; "To Care Is to Undertake an Experiment": Industrial Societies and the Crisis of Medicine; Foucault, Canguilhem, and the History of Modern Medical Experience; References
  • Chapter 8 Put to the Test: Canguilhem's Biological Philosophy and a New Concept of ErrorScience and the Problem of Error in 1955-1956; Histories of Scientific Concepts of Life, Biological Philosophy of Error; Ruse and Truth, Death and Life in Artistic Creation; The Monstrous in Life, Imagination, and Science; Canguilhem's Biological Philosophy Put to the Test; References; Index; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page; Blank Page
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783030007782
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1101625198
  • (OCoLC)1101625198

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