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Reconstituer un corpus à partir des archives. : Foucault et la phénoménologie au début des années 1950

Abstract : This paper aims to reconstitute, from the reading notes available on the FFL-EMAN platform, the “phenomenological” dossier established by Michel Foucault in the early 1950s. This very voluminous dossier sheds light in particular on the project of a thesis written in 1953-1954 and devoted to the “notion of the ‘World’ in phenomenology”. Starting from a description of the most salient elements of this Foucault phenomenological corpus, it is possible to question once again the singular relationship between Foucault and Husserl's phenomenology, itself envisaged from the readings proposed by Merleau-Ponty and Fink. The circulation in the Foucaultian dossier thus makes it possible, on the one hand, to give an account of the ontological orientation of the manuscript devoted to the "notion of the ‘World’" and, on the other hand, to better define what constitutes according to Foucault the ambiguity of Merleau-Ponty's position, insofar it claims for phenomenology a double anchorage in the world and in existential experience.
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Philippe Sabot. Reconstituer un corpus à partir des archives. : Foucault et la phénoménologie au début des années 1950. L’archive Foucault à l’ère du numérique. Fiches et fichiers dans la pratique philosophique, Laurent Dartigues, Camille Noûs, Sep 2020, Caen, France. pp.1-21. ⟨hal-03642338⟩

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