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Bytniewski, P. (2010). Wiedza urealniona. michela foucaulta archeologia wiedzy a socjologia wiedzy, In P. Bytniewski & M. Chałubiński (Eds), Teoretyczne podstawy socjologii wiedzy, t. II (pp. 74–87). Lublin: Wydawnictwo UMCS. 
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BibTeX citation key: Bytniewski2010c
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Creators: Bytniewski, Chałubiński
Publisher: Wydawnictwo UMCS (Lublin)
Collection: Teoretyczne podstawy socjologii wiedzy, t. II
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Abstract
Realized knowledge. Michel Foucault’s archeology of knowledge and sociology of knowledge
What links the archaeology of knowledge with sociology of knowledge, what is the common basis such a comparisons between both?
The theoretical perspectives of sociology of knowledge and the archaeology of knowledge throws light on what mutually confine both the projects. The archaeology of knowledge let us problematize two areas of questions inac-cessible for sociology of knowledge: the issue of participation of knowledge in subject formation and the problems of participation of the epistemic value in modeling of the reality of statement. On the other hand the knowledge thematization typical for sociology of knowledge, namely, theories of in-fluence and social contexts of knowledge, permits to look on knowledge from point of view absent in archeology. Thus, what is the social sense in autonomy of the symbolic systems, which the archaeology of knowledge calls truthful discourses?
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