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What is the main idea of the book? What is the philosophical position of its author?Phenomenology and existentialists criticized Foucault in positivism-whether"positivism concepts" (Dufrenne), "positivism signs" (Sartre) or justpositivism as the absolutization of prepared, frozen forms of knowledge (Lebon).Positivists refused to record Foucault in his camp: what is thispositivism, if it does not meet the laboratory criteria of genuinescientific? (Boudon). Many critics saw as Foucault's characteristic featuresphenomenological thinking (Val), e.g. the appearance of being inheideggerian sense (Dufrenne), and even seen in "Words and things" almostnot "introduction to the philosophy of life of language" (Paren-Vial). In factwas that episistomy in the concept of Foucault have much morein common with the Kantian a priori structures of cognition, associated withthe perspective of the new cognitive experience, rather than with the uselinguistic models in levitanivka sense (Domenach, Man-Vial).Sometimes the role of "Words and things" in the justification of modern humanitarian knowledgeeven directly compared to the role of Kant's "critique of pure reason," inthe rationale for the natural Sciences (Kangeyam). Yes,indeed, and structuralism is it? What is Foucault --"postructuralism", not realizing until the end of the task of structuralism asthe modern science of signs and semiotic systems (Val)? Or, perhaps,the "poststructuralist" or "antistructural", long surpassedthe structuralist linguisticism and beyond the linguisticmethodology (Pettit, white)?
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