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Philosophical Genealogy- Volume II

An Epistemological Reconstruction of Nietzsche and Foucault’s Genealogical Method

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Brian Lightbody

Philosophical genealogy is a distinct method of historical and philosophical inquiry that was developed by the nineteenth-century philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, and subsequently adopted and extended by the twentieth-century philosopher, Michel Foucault. In brief, genealogies critically examine the historical origin of philosophical concepts, ideas and practices. They challenge the value of traditional methods of philosophical inquiry along with the results that these inquiries produce.
Philosophical Genealogy Volume I: An Epistemological Reconstruction of the Genealogical Method explored the three axes of the genealogical method: power, truth and the ethical. In addition, various ontological and epistemic problems pertaining to each of these axes were examined. In Philosophical Genealogy Volume II: An Epistemological Reconstruction of the Genealogical Method, these problems are now resolved. Volume II establishes what requisite ontological underpinnings are required in order to provide a successful, epistemic reconstruction of the genealogical method. Problems regarding the nature of the body, the relation between power and resistance as well as the justification of Nietzschean perspectivism, are now all clearly answered. It is shown that genealogy is a profound, fecund and, most importantly, coherent method of philosophical and historical investigation which may produce many new discoveries in the fields of ethics and moral inquiry provided it is correctly employed.

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NAME INDEX Alston, William, P: p. 49 Aristotle : p. 91, p. 92, p. 119, p. 120–121, p. 122, p. 129 Armstrong, D.M.: p. 81, p.123 Aune, Bruce: p. 80, p. 83- 88 Aurelius, Marcus: p.121–122 Babich, Babette, E: p. 9 Bernauer, James: p. 125 Bloor, Michael: p. 46 Bonjour, Laurence: p. 50, 51, 55 Bouchard, Yves: p. 55 Bove, Paul A :p.148 Bridgman, Percy: p. 79 Brown, Kristen: p. 134 Brown, Richard: p. 10 Chisholm, R: p. 49 Clarke, Maudmarie: p. 113 Clune, Andrew :p. 60, p. 80–82 Code, Lorraine :p, 89 Cox, Christoph. p. 12, pp. 14–18, pp. 22- 23, p. 106 Deleuze, Gilles: p. 3, p. 75, p. 148, p. 153–156, p.160–161. Dewey, John: p. 151 Eribon, Didier: p. 139–140 Feldman, Richard :p. 69 Flynn, Thomas : p.127 Fox, Nick, J: p. 140, Fraser, Nancy: p. 9 Gettier, Edmund: pp. 68–71, p. 82 Gibson, J.J: p. 83 Goldman, Alvin, I : p. 81 Granier, Jean: p. 9 Greco, John : p.91 Grimm, Rudiger: p. 9 Guthrie, W.K.C :p. 14, p. 16, p. 18–19 Name Index.indd 173 1/12/2011 11:56:08 PM 174 index Haack, Susan: See Chapter Six Habermas, Jurgen: p. 128, p. 153–154 Hacking, Ian: p. 1, p. 45, p. 144 Hadot, Pierre: p. 123–124 Hales, Steven and Welshon, Rex: p. 2, pp. 27–28, p. 33, pp. 108–114 Hershbell, Jackson P. and Nimis, Stephen: p. 15 Heyes, Cressida, J: p. 134 Hinman, Lawrence: 179–198. Houlgate, Stephen:...

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