Foucault’s Futures: A Critique of Reproductive
Foucault’s Futures: A Critique of Reproductive Reason (Critical Life Studies)
In Foucault’s Futures, Penelope Deutscher reexamines the part of reproduction in Foucault’s idea, particularly its closeness to hazard, mortality, and passing. She unites his work on sexuality and biopolitics to challenge our comprehension of the politicization of propagation. By breaking down Foucault’s commitment to the legislative issues of maternity and its impact on the work of scholars, for example, Roberto Esposito, Giorgio Agamben, and Judith Butler, Deutscher gives new experiences into the clashed political status of conceptive direct and what it implies for woman’s rights and basic hypothesis.