Wednesday, December 8, 2010

i finished reading foucault's history of madness today, it was spectacular beginning to end



magick mike said...

never read foucault
lots sit on my shelf unread
all used copies
just keep buying them
isn't history of madness the way long one
i would feel "overwhelmed" at the prospect of reading that
kudos n shit
i should maybe should read discipline and punish soon.
seems like a lot of architects read it and then go on to make amazing shit.


yeah its the long one, he wrote it at 34, it's pretty engrossing all the way through and i usually can't read that kind of stuff for very long. it kind of eats quietly

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kevinnelson said...

Your enthusiastic review of Foucault's "History of Madness" showcases his depth and brilliance, making readers eager to dive into the book themselves. emergency protective order