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Penelope Deutscher's recent book, Foucault's Futures: A Critique of Reproductive Reason, is here reviewed by Colin Koopman from the University of Oregon. 

 


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07/14/2017 1:54am

I am passionately devoted to the study of life, and particularly to the higher form of life. The book is unique not only for the originality of its complex philosophical argument about life. I study more of truth and enlightening. I had to go the next level to talk about life. As you mature, you start reading and studying and researching, you start to really know what life is about.

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09/18/2017 10:55pm

I haven't read this book yet. I am a passionate reader. I am reading books on a daily basis, when I wake up, on my leisure time and before I sleep. I will surely try to read this book. I hope it doesn't disappoint me. I am more than glad to have my own review as well. What is this novel all about anyway? Is it about life and philosophy as well? Where I can buy a copy of this one?

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08/03/2017 7:20pm

Well, you've done a great job! Like it!

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08/12/2017 3:55pm

I've heard a lot about this book and I can't wait to read it. It will be so amazing!

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