L'archéologie habituelle et l'archéologie foucaldienne

Revue Philosophique de la France Et de l'Etranger 189 (2):223 - 228 (1999)
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L'archéologie en général diffère de l'histoire. L'archéologie telle que l'entend Foucault diffère de l'archéologie scientifique habituelle. Le point de vue archéologique est présent dès Maladie mentale et personnalité ainsi que dans l'Histoire de la folie. Chez Foucault, l'archéologie du savoir n'est pas une science : elle étudie les sciences en formation, qui deviennent pour elle des sciences-objets. Archeology as such most of the times differs from history. Archeology such as Foucault holds it differs from the traditional scientific archeology. The archeological point of view is at work as early as Mental health and personnality as well as in The History of Madness. With Foucault, the archeology of knowledge is not a science : it studies sciences as they are building themselves, thus becoming object-sciences for itself

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