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Geschiedenis van de waanzin in de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw (urspr publ 1972; utgåvan 2013)

av Michel Foucault

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Challenging entrenched views of madness and reason, History of Madness is one of the classics of 20th century thought. It is Foucaultʾs first major work, written in a dazzling and sometimes enigmatic literary style. It also introduces many of the inspiring and radical themes that he was to write about throughout his life, above all the nature of power and social exclusion. History of Madness begins in the Middle Ages with vivid descriptions of the exclusion and confinement of lepers. Why Foucault asks, when the leper houses were emptied at the end of the Middle Ages, were they turned into places of confinement for the mad? Why, within the space of several months in 1656, was one out of every hundred people in Paris confined? Foucaultʾs bold and controversial answer is that throughout modern history, madness has meant isolation, repression and exclusion. Even the Enlightenment, which attempted to educate and include the mad, ended up imprisoning them in a moral world. As Foucault famously declared to a reporter from Le Monde in 1961, ʺMadness exists only in society. It does not exist outside the forms of sensibility that isolate it, and the form of repulsion that expel it or capture it.ʺ Shifting brilliantly from Descartes and early Enlightenment thought to the founding of the Hopital General in Paris and the work of philanthropists and early psychiatrists such as Philippe Pinel and Samuel Tuke, Foucault focuses throughout not only on the philosophical and cultural values attached to the mad. He also urges us to recognize the creative forces that madness represents, drawing on examples from Goya, Nietzsche, Van Gogh and Artaud. History of Madness is an inspiring and classic work that challenges up to understand madness, reason and power and the forces that shape them. Also includes information on alienation, animal spirits, asylums, Hieronymus Bosch, brain, burning at the stake, Christ and symbolism, classical age, confinement, convulsions, crime, delirium, dementia, dreams, alienation and exclusion, fear, God, hallucinations, hospitals, houses of confinement, houses of correction, hysteria, the insane, lunatics, mania, melancholy, mind, morality, positivism, prisons, poverty, punishment, the Renaissance, the French Revolution, sin, soul, suicide, symbolism, treatments, vapours, venereal disease, water, wisdom, witchcraft, women, work, workhouses, etc.… (mer)
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Titel:Geschiedenis van de waanzin in de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw
Författare:Michel Foucault
Info:Amsterdam Boom cop. 2013
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Terminado el primer volumen. Creo que me tomaré un descanso (con algo de ficción) antes de comenzar el segundo.
Foucault puede ser muy denso a veces y llevo muchas lecturas retrasadas por su causa. En cualquier caso su análisis histórico de la experiencia de la locura en los siglos XVII y XVIII es excepcional y muy ilustrativo. Siendo esta su primera obra se ve cómo su pensamiento y su tesis respecto al poder empieza a germinar. Lectura obligada para psicólogos y psiquiatras. ( )
  andresborja42 | Mar 24, 2018 |
Come la misura decisiva in una finale olimpica di salto con l’asta. Primo tentativo fallito miseramente, senza neppure arrivare all’asticella. Seconda prova migliore, ma comunque ostacolo abbattuto senza speranza. Resta il terzo salto, l’ultimo: perché con un ulteriore fallimento non ha senso andare avanti. Con il fondato timore di non essere all’altezza, ho affrontato nuovamente questo libro e sono riuscito ad arrivare alla fine: non è stata una passeggiata, l’asticella ha vibrato a lungo sui ritti, ma l’impresa è stata portata a termine. A ben vedere, il tema del libro non è la follia, quanto i folli e, soprattutto, l’atteggiamento della società nei loro confronti. Società che li tratta prima come colpevoli da rinchiudere e poi come deviati da recuperare senza mai saper affrontare una diversità che può anche essere, semplicemente, un’altra faccia di se stessi. Che la simpatia dell’autore vada soprattutto ai pazzi e per niente a chi li ha in cura è evidente, anche se a volte estrarre il nocciolo della questione dalle pagine non è per nulla facile: a parte il mostruoso bagaglio di conoscenze che Foucault sciorina ad ogni piè sospinto, è necessario districarsi in una scrittura a volte aggrovigliata, che magari scatta in avanti per poi tornare sugli stessi concetti ripetendoli più volte. Probabilmente è anche colpa di una traduzione un po’ vecchiotta, ma ci sono paragrafi che fan perdere la pazienza e rinunciare all’interpretazione. Sotto queste scorie c’è però un’analisi lucida ed appassionata che usa la base storica per tutta una serie di considerazioni che coinvolgono, psicologia, antropologia, filosofia, medicina (impagabili le analisi settecentesche a base di umori e vapori) e che consentono una rappresentazione a tutto tondo dell’argomento. Il libro si chiude all’alba della psicanalisi: come tutte le pagine difficili ma significative, per il lettore è difficile passare oltre. ( )
  catcarlo | Oct 8, 2014 |
I have made a selection from the first chapter of this text, combining both translations, along with a gallery of images here: http://ahistoryofthepresentananthology.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/the-history-of-ma... ( )
  Michael-Bibby | Mar 10, 2013 |
I agree with Cthulhu's review. This is also interesting as it is Foucault's dissertation work. One can definitely see the development of Foucault's thought in this book. ( )
1 rösta EThorelli | Mar 15, 2011 |
Begint een beetje rommelig. Wordt beter naarmate het einde nadert. Boeiend om te zien hoe de hele argumentatie rond internering wijzigt. Laat me toch wat op mijn honger. Vraagt om een vervolg. ( )
  brver | May 28, 2009 |
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Challenging entrenched views of madness and reason, History of Madness is one of the classics of 20th century thought. It is Foucaultʾs first major work, written in a dazzling and sometimes enigmatic literary style. It also introduces many of the inspiring and radical themes that he was to write about throughout his life, above all the nature of power and social exclusion. History of Madness begins in the Middle Ages with vivid descriptions of the exclusion and confinement of lepers. Why Foucault asks, when the leper houses were emptied at the end of the Middle Ages, were they turned into places of confinement for the mad? Why, within the space of several months in 1656, was one out of every hundred people in Paris confined? Foucaultʾs bold and controversial answer is that throughout modern history, madness has meant isolation, repression and exclusion. Even the Enlightenment, which attempted to educate and include the mad, ended up imprisoning them in a moral world. As Foucault famously declared to a reporter from Le Monde in 1961, ʺMadness exists only in society. It does not exist outside the forms of sensibility that isolate it, and the form of repulsion that expel it or capture it.ʺ Shifting brilliantly from Descartes and early Enlightenment thought to the founding of the Hopital General in Paris and the work of philanthropists and early psychiatrists such as Philippe Pinel and Samuel Tuke, Foucault focuses throughout not only on the philosophical and cultural values attached to the mad. He also urges us to recognize the creative forces that madness represents, drawing on examples from Goya, Nietzsche, Van Gogh and Artaud. History of Madness is an inspiring and classic work that challenges up to understand madness, reason and power and the forces that shape them. Also includes information on alienation, animal spirits, asylums, Hieronymus Bosch, brain, burning at the stake, Christ and symbolism, classical age, confinement, convulsions, crime, delirium, dementia, dreams, alienation and exclusion, fear, God, hallucinations, hospitals, houses of confinement, houses of correction, hysteria, the insane, lunatics, mania, melancholy, mind, morality, positivism, prisons, poverty, punishment, the Renaissance, the French Revolution, sin, soul, suicide, symbolism, treatments, vapours, venereal disease, water, wisdom, witchcraft, women, work, workhouses, etc.

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