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Pearl Necklace said...

The hallmark of this tribasic episteme is
the problem of man as a biologically finite, doomed ha work
in fear of starvation and riddled with structures of the language created
not they arose before him. These topics of anthropology are, in Foucault,
closely related to the modern episteme with the theme of the story. The story embodies
the ultimate desire of man to get rid of their original limbs
of being, to destroy it or at least reduce some of its role. Such
ways of the modern episteme, according to Foucault, offers two: they
owned by Ricardo and Marx. For Ricardo, the movement of the story is
gradually approaching the point of perfect balance between human
needs and economic production and in the limit-stop
time. On the contrary, in Marx is the ratio of history and anthropology otherwise:
speeding up the flow of the story increases economic production, and
also the number of people participating in this production, there
the brink of starvation; the people who have experienced fully the material
destitution and spiritual deprivation, acquire the ability to change direction
history through revolutionary action and thereby start a new
time, a new story. Diametrically opposed to these decisions
the view of Foucault, is only apparent: the archaeological soil of both is one.
Of course, to the reader, the Marxist, such an understanding is unacceptable:
the revolutionary novelty of Marxism towards the theory of such classics
bourgeois political economy, as Ricardo, is clear and obvious. If
Foucault does not hesitate to use such an obvious break, it was only because
his scheme replaces for him the facts. And it's not unique -- for
substantially the same unscientific paradox looks the proclamation of Cuvier, and
not of Lamarck the precursor to evolutionary biology, what we discussed above.