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Bytniewski, P. (2011). Michel foucault: droga do archeologii. In S. Bytryn, M. Czarnocka, W. Ługowski & A. Michalska (Eds), Nauka w filozofii. Oblicza obecności (pp. 138–158). Warszawa: Wydawnictwo IFiS PAN. 
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Creators: Bytniewski, Bytryn, Czarnocka, Ługowski, Michalska
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Michel Foucault: The Road to Archeology
The concept of an “archeology” - in its amplifications like “the archeology of libido”, “an archeology of the text”, “the archeology of silence “, “an archeology of medical perception”, “an archeology of human sciences” and finally “an archeology of knowledge” – is the exceptional term in Foucault’s oeuvre. He never give it up, like many other terms which he exhausted completely. As a consequence of this, liquidity of the term “archeology” emerges as a problem. We can follow dynamic of the concept from the very beginnings, i.e. from his encounter with phenomenology, psychoanalysis and Marxism to his hermeneutics of the subject. The very general questions that I want to address in my paper is: What was the beginning of the Foucauldian archeology? Why archeology? What is at stake here, is the problem of an epistemological field of psychoanalysis and phenomenology against which Foucauldian archeology emerged.
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