Michel Feher

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Michel Feher (born 1956) is a French philosopher and cultural theorist. He is a founding editor of Zone Books.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Conjurations de la violence : introduction à la lecture de Georges Bataille, 1981.
  • (ed. with Jonathan Crary and Sanford Kwinter) Zone 1-2: the contemporary cities, 1986
  • (ed. with Ramona Nadaff and Nadia Tazi) Fragments for a history of the human body, 3 vols, 1989
  • (ed.) The libertine reader: eroticism and enlightenment in eighteenth-century France, 1997
  • Powerless by design : the age of the international community, 2000
  • (ed. with Paul Rabinow) The essential works of Michel Foucault, 1954-1984. Vol 2. Aesthetics: method and epistemology, 2000
  • (ed. with Gaëlle Krikorian and Yates McKee) Nongovernmental politics, 2007
  • 'The Saudi Mirror', Public Culture, Vol. 18, No. 2
  • Self-Appreciation; or, The Aspirations of Human Capital, Public Culture, Vol. 21, No. 1 (2009)

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