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ABSTRACT. Foucault sketches three kinds of human relationships and links each to a prominent ethical school in the Greco-Roman world. Foucault is concerned with forging a new approach to historical analysis but not with the meta-question of how to understand and justify this approach philosophically. Foucault defines the conditions for the reality of statements in terms of the rules that govern their use.

 

Written by MADALINA NICOLOF
University of Pitesti
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