Foucault et Bourdieu: à chacun son néolibéralisme?

Christian Laval


Foucault and Bourdieu are often opposed as for their respective relation to neoliberalism. The former would have had sympathy with it, whereas the latter would always have expressed a radical critique of it. This schematic opposition does not make much sense. First both of them don’t exactly deal with the same object, then they aren’t concerned with it at the same time, and most of all they problematize it in their own specific style. Thus the text tries to show that the only way to learn from their analysis of neoliberalism is to contextualize their distinct approaches historically and theoretically. 


Foucault, Bourdieu, Neoliberalism, Theoretical Style, Critical Strategy.


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