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I, Pierre Riviere, Having Slaughtered My Mother, My Sister, and My Brother... : A Case of Parricide in the 19th Century ebook

by Michel Foucault


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I, Pierre Riviére, having. has been added to your Cart. For Foucault, Rivière provides the 'excuse' to examine power structures and social institutions, to question the scientificity of medical science, and to delineate the chaos of values and beliefs, of knowledge and power as it existed 150 years ago-a chaos we have not yet eliminated.

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Michel Foucault was born on October 15, 1926, in Poitiers, France, and was educated at the Sorbonne, in Paris

Michel Foucault was born on October 15, 1926, in Poitiers, France, and was educated at the Sorbonne, in Paris. He taught at colleges all across Europe, including the Universities of Lill, Uppsala, Hamburg, and Warsaw, before returning to France. He made significant contributions not just to the fields themselves, but to the way these areas are studied, and is particularly known for his work on the development of twentieth-century attitudes toward knowledge, sexuality, illness, and madness.

Michel Foucault, author of Madness and To free his father and himself from his mother's tyranny, Pierre Rivière decided to kill he.

Michel Foucault, author of Madness and To free his father and himself from his mother's tyranny, Pierre Rivière decided to kill her. On June 3,1835, he went inside his small Normandy house with a pruning hook and cut to death his mother, his eighteen-year-old sister, and his seven-year-old brother. Then, in jail, he wrote a memoir to justify the whole gruesome tale. I enjoyed this book on a number of levels, but in the first place (for the first 170 pages in fact) as a gripping murder mystery, and for this alone the book was a terrific read.

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This 19th century French case which took place in a little village was not a ""notable crime,"" for all .

This 19th century French case which took place in a little village was not a ""notable crime,"" for all the horror of the three exsanguinating victims, but it has left many residual uncertainties and ""undecidables. Was Pierre, twenty, an idiot, a monster or a martyr? This peasant boy who said he could hardly read or write left a long memoir of the case, written in prison, of remarkable clarity (beauty? as it is claimed here). The family had a history of insanity, but had he feigned madness or been inspired by God? This collection of pieces, including.

Michel Foucault, author of Madness and Civilization and Discipline and Punish, collected the relevant . The Rivière case, he points out, occurred at a time when many professions were contending for status and power.

Michel Foucault, author of Madness and Civilization and Discipline and Punish, collected the relevant documents of the case, including medical and legal testimony, police records. and Rivière's memoir. Medical authority was challenging law, branches of government were vying. Foucault's reconstruction of the case is a brilliant exploration of the roots of our contemporary views of madness, justice, and crime.

Foucault, Michel (1982). I, Pierre Riviére, Having Slaughtered My Mother, My Sister, and My Brother: A Case of Parricide in the 19th Century. University of Nebraska Press. I Am Pierre Riviere on IMDb. This article related to a French film of the 1970s is a stub.

Frank Jellinek, Michel Foucault. To free his father and himself from his mother's tyranny, Pierre Riviere decided to kill her. Michel Foucault, author of Madness and Civilization and Discipline and Punish, collected the relevant documents of the case, including medical and legal testimony, police records. and Riviere's memoir.

I, Pierre Riviere, Having Slaughtered My Mother, My Sister, and My Brother... : A Case of Parricide in the 19th Century ebook
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