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Jellinek (New York: Pantheon, 1975 and Harmondsworth: Peregrine, 1978). Language, Counter-Memory, Practice, edited by D. Bouchard (Oxford: Blackwell, 1977). 'The life of infamous men', in Power, Truth, Strategy, edited by M. Morris and P. Patton (Sydney: Feral Publications, 1979) pp. 76-91. Madness and Civilization, trans. R. Howard (New York: xlviii Abbreviations Random House, 1965 and London: Tavistock, 1967). MC Les mots et les ckoses (Paris: Gallimard, 1966). MPR Moi, Pierre Riviere. . (Paris: Gallimard-Julliard, ouvrage collectif, 1973).

157-73. See Bove, Intellectuak in Power for a fuller discussion of Foucault's commitment to critical negation. "The Critic's Job of Work," Language as Gesture, p. 372. One might do well to remember that Jameson values Marxism's central figure of the "mode of production" just because it offers the possibility of imagining such expansion. " Cf. The Political Unconscious, p. 21. "The Critic's Job of Work," pp. 373-74. See Bove, Intellectuak in Power, passim. '1 Foucault's claim at the beginning of his essay 'Theatrum Philosophicum' contrasts sharply with Foucault's own much greater reputation in the English-speaking world.

When doctrine totters it seems it can fall only into the gulf of bewilderment; few minds, risk the fall; most seize the remnants and swear the edifice remains, when doctrine becomes intolerable dogma. All fall notwithstanding. . [dogmatic] knowledge is dead knowledge; and the worst bewilderment — which is always only comparative—is better than death. . We ought scrupulously to risk the use of any concept that seems propitious or helpful in getting over gaps. Only the use should be consciously provisional, speculative, and dramatic.

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