Derek Robbins

French Post-War Social Theory: International Knowledge Transfer

This web-site complements my French Post-War Social Theory: International Knowledge Transfer published by Sage Publications in November, 2011.

The book contains five main chapters. Each of these chapters is devoted to the work of one of five authors: Raymond Aron (1903-83); Louis Althusser (1918-90); Michel Foucault (1926-84); Jean-François Lyotard (1924-98); and Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002). Each of these chapters treats the French production and the English reproduction of the texts of the authors in seven sections dealing chronologically with Background; 1945-60; 1960-70; 1970-80; 1980-90; 1990-2000; 2000-10. In each chapter, the references only provide full bibliographic details for those texts from which there are quotations. However, the discussions make reference to the full range of the publications of each of the authors. To have included full references in the published book would have consumed about 10% of the words allocated for the publication. As a consequence, this web-site address is given in the book and it enables readers to cross-refer to all the texts mentioned in the book as they read.

Like the book, this bibliography is presented chronologically, treating 1945-2008. In each year, I give the French publications (in italics) of each of the authors (RA = Raymond Aron; LA = Louis Althusser; MF = Michel Foucault; JFL = Jean-François Lyotard; PB = Pierre Bourdieu) and also the English translations for the year (in bold). I offer the publications for each year alphabetically by author – i.e. I do not try to recapture the chronological sequence of all the texts within each year. I do not attempt to provide any cross-reference between the date of publication of a French text and the date of publication of its Englis translation. In the vast majority of cases, it is clear from the English title which French text it is reproducing. I am not completely consistent in indicating, or not, new editions of previously published texts. Mainly this chronology captures the dates of first publication but there are some significant exceptions. I am not completely consistent in restricting the English language translations to those published in England. I attempt to make a distinction between UK and USA publications and to chart only the production of the former but this becomes increasingly unsustainable towards the end of the period as publihing houses operate trans-atlantically and beyond.

This chronological bibliography was conceived also to provide details, for each year, of significant social and political events. As I indicate in the book, it is my intention to complement its ‘internal’ discussion of texts with an analysis of the ‘external’ social contexts of their production and trans-national reception. I hope that this bibliography will be augmented accordingly to coincide with the appearance of this second book. As it stands, this bibliography is incomplete in some places (notably in not yet entering all post mortem translations of Bourdieu into English) and it ceases at 2008. It is not, therefore, definitive but I shall be updating it as I work on the second book. Just as the book is offered as a contribution to a potentially collective endeavour to understand the dialectic between texts and the contexts of their production and reception across national/cultural boundaries, so this web-site is designed to be a contribution towards ongoing research. I will welcome e-mail comments to d.m.robbins@uel.ac.uk.

Further to the comments made above when this site was created in advance of the publication of French Post-War Social Theory, I am now (February, 2013) beginning a process of editing so as to include summaries of political events in Britain and France.  My intention will then be to focus on one year in each decade so as to examine the production of social science/theory texts in the French political context and, subsequently, the reception of those texts in the different British political context.  I begin with a summary of events for the period between 1945 and 1950 with a view to contextualising the production of Aron's texts in these years.

Chronological Bibliography

1945

France

by March 20, the French frontier had been cleared by the Allies

May, return of prisoners and deportees

May 8,end of war, but not felt as such in France

Sept 2,surrender of Japan

Oct 21, referendum on the constitutional powers of the Assembly and elections to the constituent Assembly, dominated by resistance left*

Nov 13, unanimous agreement in Assembly that de Gaulle should continue to direct the government.

  

* PC (Parti Communiste, Communist Party), 26.12% (159 seats); MRP (Mouvement Republicain Populaire, People’s Republican Movement), 23.81% (150 seats); SFIO (Section Francaise de l’Internationale Ouvriere, the Socialist Party), 23.35% (146 seats);Radicalisme and UDSR (Union Democratique et Socialiste de la Resistance, Democratic and Socialist Resistance Union), 10.49% (60 seats);Moderates, 15.6% (64 seats).

 

RA: De l’Armistice à l’insurrection nationale, Paris, Gallimard. Coll. “Problèmes et documents” [republished in 1990]

RA: L’Age des empires et l’avenir de la France, Paris, Défense de la France [republished in 1990]

RA: L’Homme contre les tyrans, Paris, Gallimard. Re-edition of 1944. [republished in 1990]

Britain.

April 30, Hitler commits suicide in Berlin.

May 7, Germany surrenders at Rheims.

May 8, Victory in Europe Day.

May 23, Churchill disbands Wartime Coalition and forms a Caretaker Government pending an election.

July 5, General Election.Results announced July 26*, Labour victory.Attlee becomes PM in succession to Churchill.Ernest Bevin becomes Foreign Sec.

July 17, Potsdam Conference convenes in Berlin.

July 26, Allies at Potsdam call on Japan to surrender.

Aug 15, Parliament opened by George VI.King’s Speech announces nationalisation of the mines and repeal of the Trade Disputes Act.

Sept, All-India Congress rejects British proposals for self-govt.

Oct 4, UK unofficial dock strike begins

Oct 13, Dalton’s first budget,  income and purchase taxes reduced;  profits tax introduced;  surtax raised. 

*Labour, 393 seats, Conservatives, 213, Liberals, 12, others, 22.  Formation of first Labour Government with a majority (146 seats).

 

1946

France

Jan 20,resignation of de Gaulle

Jan 23,three parties signed ‘charte de collaboration’ inaugurating ‘tripartisme’ (until May, 1947)

Jan 26 to June 12,govt of Felix Gouin (Socialist)

May 5,referendum on projected constitution, victory for the No vote.

June 2,elections for the 2nd constituent Assembly*

June 16,de Gaulle’s ‘discours de Bayeux ’

June 23 to Nov 28,govt of Georges Bidault (MRP)

July,Ho chi Minh in France, but collapse of negotiations

Oct 13,constitution of the 4th Republic approved in a referendum, statement defining the French Union

Nov 10,election of the first National Assembly of the 4th Republic, with majority of PCF in the left tri-partite govt**

Nov 27,adoption of the Monnet Plan

Dec 4,official birth of the 4th Republic

Dec 8,election of the Conseil de la Republique

Dec 16 to Jan 16, 1947,govt of Leon Blum (Socialist).

 

*PC, 25.9% (153 seats); SFIO, 21.1% (128 seats); MRP, 28.2% (166 seats); RGR (Rassemblement des gauches republicaines [Radicals + UDSR], 11.6% (52 seats).

**PC, 28.2% (182 seats); SFIO, 17.8% (102 seats); MRP, 25.9% (173 seats); RGR, 11.1% (69 seats)

RA: L’Age des empires et l’avenir de la France, Paris.

Britain.

March 1, Bank of England nationalized

March 5, Churchill’s ‘Iron Curtain’ speech in the US

May 22, Trade Disputes Act repealed

April 9, Dalton’s second Budget,purchase tax reduced,income tax allowances increased

Nov 12, King’s Speech announces nationalisation of railways, ports, long-distance road transport and inland waterways.

Nov, National Health Act

 

 

1947

 

France

 

Jan 16,Vincent Auriol (Socialist) elected first President of the 4th Republic

Jan 28,Paul Ramadier (Socialist) becomes PM

Mar 10 to Ap 25,unsuccessful meeting of foreign ministers of US, UK, France and USSR in Moscow on the future of Germany

April 7,founding of the Rassemblement du peuple francais (RPF)

May, suppression of revolts in Madagascar

May 4, Communists leave tripartite govt

June 5,announcement of Marshall Plan

Oct, municipal elections marked the emergence of de Gaulle’s RPF

Oct, meeting of European communist parties in Poland

Nov, Thorez meeting with Stalin.

Nov 13, Nobel Prize for literature awarded to Andre Gide

Nov, secession of Force Ouvriere (FO),Socialist, from the Confederation generale du travail (CGT),Communist.

Nov 19,resignation of Ramadier

Nov 22,Robert Schuman (MRP) becomes PM.

 

Britain

 

Jan 1,Coal and Cable and Wireless nationalised

Jan 7,Transport strike begins in London

Feb,Peace treaties with Italy, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Finland.

Feb,Fuel crisis

Feb 20,Attlee states that power would be transferred to India not later than June, 1948. Transfer of power in fact takes place on Aug 24.

April 1,school leaving age raised to 15

June 5,General Marshall’s speech leads to development of Marshall Aid programme

July 15,Sterling made convertible but convertibility suspended (Aug 21)

July,Dominion’s Office changes to Commonwealth Relations Office

Aug 6,Attlee announces crisis austerity plan for British economy.

Aug 15,British rule ends in India.

Oct 21,King’s Speech outlines plans for gas nationalisation,curbing of powers for House of Lords, abolition of Poor Law and reductions in size of Armed forces.

Oct 30,23 nations sign a General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade in Geneva.

Nov 1, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg form customs union.

Nov 12,Emergency Budget, profits tax and drink duties raised.  Budget leak.Cripps replaces Dalton at the Exchequer.

Nov 20,Princess Elizabeth weds Lieutenant Mountbatten.

1948

 

France

 

Jan 26,devaluation of the franc

July 26,Andre Marie (Radical) becomes PM

establishment of North African Liberation committee

Aug,Communists created the Mouvement de la Paix, pres.  J.-F. Joliot Curie

Sept 11,Henri Queuille (Radical) becomes PM

RA: Le Grand schisme, Paris, Gallimard

RA: Introduction à la philosophie de l’histoire, Paris, Gallimard (revised edition of 1938)

 

Britain

 

Jan 1,British Railways formed.

Jan 4,Burma becomes independent and leaves Commonwealth

Jan 30,Gandhi assassinated in New Delhi.

Jan 30,govt publishes bill to end double voting and to abolish the 12 university seats.

Feb 9,Cripps’ wage freeze launched in White Paper on prices,costs and incomes.

Feb 28, last British troops leave India.

Mar 17,Brussels Treaty Organization formed

April 1,Electricity nationalized

April 6,Cripps’ first Budget,capital levy introduced, tobacco and drink duties up,pools betting established,income tax relief granted.

April 15,Bevan offers doctors freedom of practice within the NHS

April 16,formation of OEEC

May,Churchill speaks at the Hague Conference on European Unity

June 21,Empire Windrush arrives in Tilbury.

July 5,National Health Service inaugurated

July,Marshall Aid agreement

Aug,British withdrawal from Palestine completed

Dec 15,Republic of Ireland Act passed in Dublin Parliament

 

1949

 

France

 

 

victory in China brought chinese aid to Ho Chi Minh

April 4,signing of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (establishment of NATO)

May,council of Europe founded

Oct 29,Georges Bidault (MRP) becomes PM

 

Britain

 

Jan 1,British Nationality Act comes into force

March 15,clothes rationing ends

April 4,North Atlantic Treaty Organization formed

April 6,Cripps’second Budget,Income tax relief, beer and wine duties reduced,betting tax and death duties raised,food subsidies cut.

April 18,Republic of Ireland fully inaugurated (and leaves the Commonwealth)

April,Commonwealth PMs accept India’s wish to remain a member as a republic

May 1,Gas nationalised

May 23,Federal Republic of Germany comes into existence

Aug 8,Council of Europe meets for first time in Strasbourg

Sept 18,devaluation of sterling, £1 = $2.80

Oct 24,Attlee announces cuts of £140 million in capital spending and £120 million in current expenditure,bank loan restrictions,building controls.

Nov 15,Govt postpones iron and steel nationalisation until 1951

Nov 19,New agreement between Govt and trade unions on wages standstill

Dec 16,Royal assent given to Parliament Bill restricting Lords’ delaying powers to 12 months.

1950

 

France

 

May 9,Robert Schuman announces European Coal and Steel Community

July 12,Rene Pleven (UDSR) becomes PM

Oct 26,Pleven Plan on the European army

dismissal of Joliot Curie from atomic commission

RA: La Sociologie allemande contemporaine [reprint 1 of 1935]

RA: Essai sur une théorie de l’histoire dans l’Allemagne contemporaine; la philosophie critique de l’histoire [reprint 1 of 1938]

 

Britain

 

Jan,Britain recognizes Communist China

Feb23,General Election, narrow Labour victory*.Attlee continues as PM and Bevin as Foreign Secretary

April 18,Cripps’ last Budget,income tax reduced,fuel tax and purchase tax raised

May 26,end of petrol rationing

June,renewed fighting in Malaya.  N. Korea invades S. Korea.British troops in action (Sept)

Sept 2,Wage freeze breaks down as TUC votes against incomes policy

Sept 19,European Payments Union established

Oct 19,Cripps resigns due to ill health. Succeeded as chancellor of the Exchequer by Gaitskell

Dec 4,Attlee flies to Washington for meeting with Truman on atomic bomb and defence burden sharing.

Dec 13,announcement that Marshall Aid to the UK will end on Jan 1.

Dec 14,Communique on Attlee-Truman talks published.

    *Labour, 315 seats,Conservatives, 298,Liberals, 9, others, 3. Labour majority of 5.

1951

France

 

March 10,Henri Queuille (Radical) becomes PM

April 18,establishment of European Coal and Steel Community

May 9,new electoral law voted by National assembly

June 17,legislative elections,de Gaulle’s party second to PCF*

Aug 12,Rene Pleven (UDSR) becomes PM

Dec 13,Schuman Plan ratified

    *PC,25.67%,SFIO14.35%,RGR, 9.87%,MRP,12.39%,Moderates,13.88%,RPF,21.56%

 

RA: Les Guerres en chaîne, Paris, Gallimard [trans as 1954]

 

Britain

 

Jan 9,Govt abandons East African Ground Nuts scheme.

Jan 17,Bevan appointed Minister of Labour,Isaacs to Pensions,Marquand Minister of Health.

Jan 29,major rearmament programme,Attlee announces defence spending of £4,700 million over 3 years,250,000 reservists called up.

Feb 15,iron and steel nationalised.

March 9,Bevin leaves Foreign Office to become Lord Privy Seal. Replaced as Foreign Secretary by Morrison.

April 10,Gaitskell’s first Budget,income tax, purchase tax and petrol duties increased,‘initial allowances’ on new plant scrapped.

April 14,Bevin dies.

April 21,Bevan resigns over the introduction of dental and spectacle charges

April 22,Wilson resigns over defence estimates

April 24,Shawcross appointed to Board of Trade,Robens to the Ministry of Labour.

May 3,Festival of Britain opened by George VI.

June,Burgess and Maclean flee to the Soviet Union

Sept 8,Peace treaty with Japan

Sept 19,General Election called for Oct 25.

Sept 23,George VI has operation on his lungs.

Oct 25,General Election:  conservative victory*.

Oct 26,Churchill becomes Prime Minister.

    *Conservatives,321 seats,Labour,295,Liberals,6,others,3. Conservative majority of 17.

 

1952

France

 

Jan 20,Edgar Faure (Radical) becomes PM

March 8,Antoine Pinay (Independent) becomes PM

 

Britain

 

Feb 6,death of George VI,Elizabeth II succeeds

Oct 3,British atomic bomb exploded off Australia

Oct 21,Kenyatta arrested.State of emergency declared in Kenya

 

1953

France

 

Jan 8,Rene Mayer (Radical) becomes PM

May,launch of L’Express

June 28,Joseph Laniel (Independent) becomes PM

July 22,beginning of the Poujadiste movement

Aug 7,General strike in public services

Aug 20,arrest and deportation of Moroccan Sultan

Pope Pius XII closed seminary of Catholic worker priests.

Nov,establishment of the Union de Defense des Commercants et Artisans (UDCA), poujadisme.

Dec 23,Rene Coty elected President.

 

 

RA: Aufbau eines neuen Europa, Berlin.

RA (pseudonym: François Houtisse): La coexistence pacifique, essai d’analyse, Editions Monde nouveau, Paris.

 

Britain

 

Feb 5,creation of a Central African Federation of Northern and Southern Rhodesia and Nyasaland announced.

March 5,death of Stalin.

June 2,coronation of Elizabeth II

July,Korean armistice signed

Oct,Federal Constitution for the Rhodesias and Nyasaland implemented

 

1954

RA: The Century of Total War. Translated by E.W. Dickes & O.S. Griffiths, Derek Verschoyle. London. Printed in USA and Garden City, New York, Doubleday.

MF: Maladie mentale et Personnalité, PUF. April

JFL: La Phénoménologie, Que sais-je?, Paris, Presses Universitaires de France.

1955

RA: L’Opium des intellectuels, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, coll. “Liberté de l’esprit” [republished in 1991]

RA: Polémiques, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Les Essais, LXXI”

1956

RA: La sociologie allemande contemporaine [reprint 2 of 1935]

RA: La Querelle de la C.E.D. Essais d’analyse sociologique. Recueil d’études sous la direction de R. Aron et D. Lerner, (Cahiers de la fondation nationale des sciences politiques, no.

RA: The Soviet Economy, (A selection from the proceedings of a meeting of the Congress 80), Paris.for Cultural Freedom, Milan, Sept, 1955), Secker & Warburg, London, printed Haarlem.

RA: German Sociology, Glencoe, Ill., Free Press [reprinted in 1957, 1964, 1978, and 1982]

1957

RA: Espoir et peur du siècle. Essais non partisans, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, coll. “Liberté de l’esprit” [trans as On War, 1968]

RA: German Sociology, Translated by Mary and Thomas Bottomore, William Heinemann, London

RA: The Opium of the Intellectuals, Translated by Terence Kilmartin, Secker & Warburg, London and New York, Doubleday

RA et al.: L’Unification économique de l’Europe, Neuchâtel,

RA: La Tragédie algérienne, Paris, Plon. (Tribune libre. No. 2)

1958

RA: On War, Atomic weapons and global diplomacy. Translated by Terence Kilmartin, Secker & Warburg, London.

RA: War and Industrial Society, Translated by Mary Bottomore, (Lecture delivered at the LSE 24.10.57 – Auguste Comte Memorial Trust Lecture, no. 3), Oxford UP, London

RA: L’Algérie et la République, Paris, Plon, coll. “Tribune libre”

RA: La société industrielle et la guerre, followed by Tableau de la diplomatie mondiale en 1958, Paris, Plon. [trans as War and Industrial Society, 1980] – republished in Les sociétés modernes, ed. Paugam, 2006.

PB: Sociologie de l’Algérie (1st edn), Paris, PUF (collection Que Sais-je)

1959

RA: Immuable et changeante, de la IVe à la Ve République, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, coll. “Liberté de l’esprit”

RA: Imperialism and Colonialism, (Montague Burton Lecture on International Relations. No. 17), University of Leeds, Leeds

RA: “Evidence et inférence”, translated in D. Lerner, ed., Evidence and Inference, Glencoe, Ill: Free Press.

LA: Montesquieu. La politique et l’histoire, Paris, PUF.

1960

LA: translator’s note in L. Feuerbach: Manifestes Philosophiques, Paris, xxxx

RA: France, the New Republic, Preface by Robert M. Hutchins, Introduction by D.W. Brogan, Atlantic Books, Stevens & Sons, London, printed in USA

RA: France Steadfast and Changing. The Fourth to the Fifth Republic. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard UP & Oxford UP.

RA: Les Grandes doctrines de sociologie historique, Paris, Centre de Documentation Universitaire.

RA: Colloques de Rheinfelden (by RA et al), Congress for Cultural Freedom, Paris, (trans as 1963))

RA: La Démocratie à l’épreuve du XXe siècle, (Colloques de Berlin. Séminaire dirigé par R.A.), Congress for Cultural Freedom, Paris

MF: Folie et Déraison. Histoire de la folie à l’âge classique. Plon. April.

1961

RA: Dimensions de la conscience historique, Paris, Plon, coll. “Recherches en sciences humaines” [republished in 1985]

RA: Introduction to the Philosophy of History, Translation of 1948 edn. by George J. Irwin, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson

RA: The Dawn of Universal History, Translated by Dorothy Pickles. (Based on the fourth Herbert Samuel Lecture) London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson

RA: L’Histoire et ses interprétations. Entretiens autour de Arnold Toynbee, sous la direction de RA, (Centre culturel international de Cérisy-La Salle, July, 1958), Paris/La Haye, Mouton

PB: Sociologie de l’Algérie (2nd edn, revised and corrected), Paris, PUF [trans 1962]

MF: Folie et déraison. Histoire de la folie à lâge classique,, Paris, Plon.

1962

RA: Paix et guerre entre les nations, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, (3rd edition reviewed and corrected) [republished in 1992 and 2001]

RA: Dix-huit leçons sur la société industrielle, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Idées” [republished in 1986 and 1988?]

RA: Eighteen Lectures on Industrial Society, New York, Free Press

PB: The Algerians (tr. A.C.M. Ross) with a preface by Raymond Aron, Boston, Beacon Press.

MF: Maladie mentale et psychologie

1963

RA: Le Grand Débat. Initiation à la stratégie atomique, Paris, Calmann-Lévy [translated in 1985]

RA: (Colloques de Rheinfelden)World Technology and Human Destiny, ed. RA, Translated by Richard Seaver, Ann Arbor, U. of Michigan Press

RA (Postface): Jean Lecerf: La Percée de l’économie française, Paris.

PB: Travail et travailleurs en Algérie, Paris-La Haye, Ed. Mouton.

MF: Naissance de la clinique: une archéologie du regard médical, PUF. April.

MF: Raymond Roussel, Gallimard, May.

1964

RA: La philosophie critique de l’histoire, 3rd edn, Paris,

RA: Auguste Comte et Alexis de Tocqueville, juges de l’Angleterre …”. The Zaharoff lecture for 1965, Oxford, Clarendon Press.

RA: German Sociology, Free Press of Glencoe, New York (reissue)

RA: La Lutte des classes. Nouvelles leçons sur les sociétés industrielles, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Idées” [republished in 1981]

RA: The epoch of universal technology, Encounter pamphlet 11, London, Encounter Ltd., Printed by William Clowes & Sons

PB: Le déracinement, la crise de l’agriculture traditionnelle en Algérie, Paris, Ed. de Minuit

PB (&JCP): Les héritiers, les étudiants et la culture, Paris, Ed de Minuit. [trans 1979]

MF: Histoire de la folie, (abridged version) Plon. September.

MF: translation of Kant’s Anthropologie, Vrin. December.

1965

RA: Essai sur les libertés, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, coll. “Liberté de l’esprit” [republished (i) in 1977) and (ii) in 1991]

RA: Marxism in the modern world, Stanford, Stanford U.P.

RA: Main currents in sociological thought, 2 vols, 1965-8, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson; Harmondsworth, Penguin, and New York: Basic books, 1965; reprinted Doubleday, 1968-70.

RA: Démocratie et totalitarisme, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Idées” [republished in 1992]

RA: Notice sur la vie et les travaux de Gaston Bachelard (1884-1962), Paris, Firmin Didot et Cie

PB (et al): Un art moyen, essai sur les usages sociaux de la photographie, Paris, Ed de Minuit [trans 1990]

LA: Lire le Capital, 1st edn.,collection ‘Théorie’, Paris, Maspéro.

LA: Pour Marx, collection ‘Théorie’, Paris, Maspéro.

1966

RA: Peace and War, Translated by Richard Howard & Annette Baker Fox, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, and Peace and War: A Theory of International Relations, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday.

RA: Trois essais sur l’âge industriel, Paris, Plon, coll. “Preuves” [trans as The Industrial society, 1967] – republished in Les sociétés modernes, ed. Paugam, 2006.

RA: Marxism in the modern world, Stanford & London

RA: La Sociologie allemande contemporaine, 3rd edition, Paris,

PB (et al): L’amour de l’art, les musées d’art et leur public, Paris, Ed., de Minuit [trans 1990]

MF: Les Mots et les choses, une archéologie des sciences humaines, Gallimard, Paris. April

1967

RA: 18 lectures on industrial society, Translated by M.K. Bottomore, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson. (The Nature of Human Society Series. Editors: Julian Pitt-Rivers and Ernest Gellner)

RA: The industrial society. Three essay on Ideology and Development, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, printed in USA and New York, Praeger.

RA: De Marx à Mao Tsétoung (part of ‘Liberté de l’esprit’ series)

RA: Les Etapes de la pensée sociologique, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Bibliothèque des sciences humaines” [republished in 1991] [trans as Main currents, 1965 and 1968-70]

MF: Madness and civilization: a history of insanity in the Age of Reason, [abridged] London, Tavistock Publications

1968

RA: De Gaulle, Israel et les juifs, Paris, Plon, coll. “Tribune libre” [trans 1969

RA: La révolution introuvable. Réflexions sur les événements de mai, Paris, Fayard, coll. “En toute liberté” [trans as The Elusive …, 1969]

RA: L’idée européenne. Du discours de Zurich au Marché commun, Zurich: Fondation suisse Winston Churchill.

RA: Progress and disillusion, London, Pall Mall Press, and Progress and Disillusionment: The Dialectics of Modern Society, New York, Praeger

RA: Main currents in sociological thought, Translated by Richard Howard & Helen Weaver, Harmondsworth, Penguin.

RA: On War: Atomic Weapons and Global Diplomacy, New York, Norton.

RA: Democracy and Totalitarianism, Translated by Valerie Ionescu, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London.

PB (et al): Le métier de sociologue, Paris, Mouton-Bordas [ trans 1991]

MF: Théorie d’ensemble, Paris, Seuil.

LA: Lire le Capital, 2nd edition, 2 vol., Paris, François Maspero.

1969

RA: D’une Sainte Famille à l’autre. Essais sur les marxismes imaginaires.,Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Les Essais”, no. 146 [republished in 1970] [trans in 1970 as Marxism and the Existentialists]

RA: De Gaulle, Israel and the Jews, London, Deutsch, translated by John Sturrock, and New York, Praeger.

RA: The Elusive Revolution: Anatomy of a Student Revolt, Translated by Gordon Clough, London, Pall Mall Press, and New York, Praeger.

RA: Democracy and Totalitarianism, New York, Praeger

RA: Les désillusions du progrès. Essais sur la dialectique de la modernité, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, coll. “Liberté de l’esprit” [reprinted in 1987; trans in 1968 and 1972]

RA: La France dans la compétition économique, Paris, PUF.

LA: Lénine et la philosophie, collection ‘Théorie’, Paris, Maspéro.

LA: For Marx, trans Ben Brewster, London, Allen Lane, The Penguin Press.

MF: L’Archéologie du savoir, Gallimard, Paris, March.

1970

RA: La Philosophie critique de l’Histoire, Paris, Ed du Seuil,[BL cvatalogue has: Librairie philosophique J. Vrin. Points. Sciences humaines, no. 18] [reprint 2 of 1938: Essai sur une théorie allemande de l’histoire …]

RA: An Essay on Freedom, Translated by Helen Weaver, New York: World Publishers.

RA: Marxism and the Existentialists, New York, Simon and Schuster.

LA: Reading Capital, translated by Ben Brewster, London, New Left Books.

MF: The order of things: an archaeology of the human sciences, London, Tavistock Publications.

PB (& Passeron): La reproduction. Eléments pour une théorie du système d’enseignement, Paris, Ed. de Minuit. [trans 1977]

1971

RA: De la condition historique du sociologue, Leçon inaugurale au Collège de France, 1.12.70., Paris, Gallimard [trans in Politics and History, 1978]

LA: Lenin and philosophy, and other essays, trans by Ben Brewster, London, New Left Books.

MF: L’Ordre du discours, Gallimard, February.

MF: Madness and Civilization, Tavistock, London.

JFL: Discours, figure, Collection d’esthetique, 7, Paris, Klincksieck.

1972

RA: Etudes politiques,Paris, Gallimard – reprinted in Les sociétés modernes, ed. Paugam, 2006.

RA: République impériale: les Etats-Unis dans le monde, 1945-1972, Paris, Calmann-Lévy [trans in 1974]

RA: Histoire et dialectique de la violence, Paris, Gallimard [trans in 1975]

RA: Progress and Disillusionment: The Dialectics of Modern Society, Harmondsworth, Penguin

MF: The Archaeology of Knowledge, translated by A.M. Sheridan Smith, London, Tavistock Press

MF: Histoire de la folie à l’âge classique, Paris, Gallimard, June (original edition)

LA: Lénine et la philosophie (2nd edition), xxxx, xxxx.

LA: Lire le Capital, 2nd edition, 2 vols, xxxx,xxxx.

LA: Politics and history: Montesquieu, Rousseau, Hegel and Marx, translated by Ben Brewster, London, New Left Books.

PB: Esquisse d’une théorie de la pratique, Genève, Droz [trans 1977]

1973

RA: République impériale. Les Etats-Unis dans le monde, 1945-1972, Paris, Calmann-Lévy.

RA: Histoire et dialectique de la violence, Les essais, no. 181, Paris, Gallimard.

RA: Machiavelli nel Vo centenario ????????

MF: The Birth of the Clinic. An Archaeology of Medical Perception, translated by A.M. Sheridan Smith, London, Tavistock Publications

MF: Ceci n’est pas une pipe. Deux lettres et quatre dessins de René Magritte, Fata Morgana, Montpellier, October.

MF: Moi, Pierre Rivière …, Gallimard-Julliard, September.

MF: C’est demain la veille. Entretiens avec Michel Foucault, ed. Michel-Antoine Burnier, Paris, Editions du Seuil.

LA: Réponse à John Lewis, collection ‘Théorie’, Paris, François Maspero.

LA: Letters from inside the Italian communist Party to Louis Althusser

JFL: Dérive à partir de Marx et Freud, Collection ‘10/18’,Paris, Union Générale d’Editions,

JFL: Des Dispositifs pulsionnels, Collection ‘10/18’, Paris, Union Générale d’Editions.

1974

RA: Quelle crise? Quelle société? (Dialogues de France-Culture. No. 1), Grenoble, Presses universitaires de Grenoble.

RA: The Imperial Republic: The United States and the World, 1945-1973, Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall.

LA: Eléments d’autocritique, collection ‘Analyse’, Paris, Hachette Littérature.

LA: Philosophie et philosophie spontanée des savants, 1967, collection ‘Théorie’, Paris, Maspéro.

JFL: Economie libidinale, Collection ‘Critique’, Paris, Minuit.

1975

RA: The imperial republic, Translated by Frank Jellinek, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson

RA: History and the dialectic of violence, Translated by Barry Cooper. Oxford, Blackwell, and New York, Harper and Row.

JFL: Le Mur du Pacifique, Paris, Bourgois.

MF: I, Pierre Rivière, … New York, Pantheon

MF: Surveiller et Punir: Naissance de la prison, Gallimard, February.

1976

RA: Penser la guerre, Clausewitz: I. L’âge européen; II. L’âge planétaire, Paris, Gallimard [trans in 1983 and 1986]

JFL: Sur cinq peintures de René Guiffrey, Paris, Galerie Stevenson and Palluel.

MF: Mental Illness and Psychology

MF: La volonté de savoir (vol I of Histoire de la sexualité), December, Paris, Gallimard.

MF: Histoire de la folie à l’âge classique, Paris, Gallimard.

LA: Positions (1964-1975), Paris, Editions Sociales.

LA: Essays in self-criticism, translated by Grahame Lock, London, New Left Books.

1977

RA: Essai sur les libertés, Pluriel, Paris, Calmann-Lévy [reprint 1 of 1965]

RA: Culture and its creators: essays in honor of Edward Shils, Chicago, Chicago U.P.

RA: Penser dans le temps, mélanges offerts à Jeanne Hersch, Lausanne, Editions de l’Age d’Homme.

RA: Plaidoyer pour l’Europe décadente, Paris, Laffont [trans in 1979]

RA: The Opium of the Intellectuals, Westport, Conn: Greenwood [reprint of 1957]

JFL: Instructions paiennes, Collection ‘Débats’, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: Rudiments paiens, Genre dissertatif, Collection ‘10/18’,Paris, Union Générale d’Editions.

JFL: Récits tremblants, Collection Ecritures/Figures, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: Les Transformateurs Duchamp, Collection Ecritures/Figures, Paris, Galilée.

MF: Michel Foucault: Language, Counter-Memory, Practice: Selected Essays, ed. with an int. by Donald Bouchard, trans by D. Bouchard & S. Simon, Cornell U.P. and Oxford, Blackwell.

MF: Discipline and Punish: the birth of the prison, translated by Alan Sheridan, New York, Pantheon Books and London, Allen Lane.

LA: 22e congrès (texte de remarques au sujet du Parti communiste français …), collection ‘Théorie’, Paris, François Maspero.

PB: Algérie 60, structures économiques et structures temporelles, Paris, Ed de Minuit [trans 1979]

PB (& Passeron): Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture, London-Beverly Hills, Sage Publications.

PB: Outline of a Theory of Practice, Cambridge, Cambridge U.P.

1978

RA: Politics and History, Translated and edited by Miriam Bernheim Conant, New York, Free Press and London, Collier-Macmillan

RA: German Sociology, Translated by Mary and Thomas Bottomore, reprint of 1964 edn. by Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, with the permission of Heinemann Educational Books Ltd. Editor’s Preface by D.G. MacRae.

RA: Les élections de mars et de la Ve République, Paris, Julliard

MF: Discipline and Publish: the Birth of the Prison

MF: The History of Sexuality, Vol. I, New York, Pantheon

MF: I, Pierre Rivière, Harmondsworth, Penguin

MF: Herculine Barbin, dite Alexina B, Gallimard, May.

LA: Ce qui ne peut plus durer dans le Parti communiste, collection ‘Théorie’, Paris, François Maspero.

1979

RA: In Defense of Decadent Europe, South Bend, Ind.: Regnery Gateway

JFL: (with J.-L. Thébaud) Au juste: conversations, Paris, Bourgois.

JFL: La condition postmoderne: rapport sur le savoir, Collection ‘Critique’, Paris, Minuit.

MF: ed. M.Morris & P.Patton: Michel Foucault: Power Truth Strategy

MF: The history of sexuality, Vol I., London, Allen Lane

LA: Reading ‘Capital’, translated by Ben Brewster, London, Verso.

PB: La distinction. Critique sociale du jugement, Paris, Ed. de Minuit [trans 1984 and 1986]

PB (& Passeron): The Inheritors, French Students and their Relation to Culture, Chicago-London, U. of Chicago Press.

PB: Algeria 60, Paris/Cambridge, Ed. Maison des Sciences de l’Homme/ Cambridge U.P.

1980

RA: War and Industrial Society, Westport, Conn: Greenwood.

MF: L’impossible prison: recherches sur le système pénitentaire au XIX siècle, Paris, Seuil.

MF: ed. C. Gordon: Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings, 1972-1977, Brighton, Harvester Press.

PB: Le sens pratique, Paris, Ed. de Minuit [trans 1990]

PB: Questions de sociologie, Paris, Ed. de Minuit [trans 1993]

JFL: La Partie de peinture, Cannes, Candela.

JFL: Sur la constitution du temps par la couleur dans les oeuvres récentes d’Albert Aymé, Paris, Traversière.

1981

RA: La Sociologie allemande contemporaine, Paris, PUF. Collection ‘Quadrige’ [reprint 3 of 1935]

RA: Introduction à la Philosophie de l’Histoire. Essai sur les limites de l’objectivité historique [reprint 1 of 1938] éd. augmentée, Paris, Gallimard.

RA(presented by): Epoque épique, 1970-1981, Paris, Albin Michel.

RA: Le Spectateur engagé, entretiens avec Jean-Louis Missika et Dominique Wolton, Paris, Julliard [trans in 1983]

RA: La lutte des classes. Nouvelles leçons sur les sociétés industrielles, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Idées”, re-edition.

RA: The Century of Total War, Westport, Conn: Greenwood [reprint of 1954]

MF: The history of sexuality. Vol I, Harmondsworth, Penguin

1982

RA: German Sociology [reprint of 1957]

LA: Montesquieu, Rousseau, Marx, politics and history.

PB:Leçon sur la leçon, Paris, Ed de Minuit [trans in 1990]

PB: Ce que parler veut dire. L’économie des échanges linguistiques, Paris, Fayard [trans 1991]

MF (with Arlette Farge): Le désordre des familles, lettres de cachet des archives de la Bastille, Gallimard-Julliard, October

JFL: Le Travail et l’écrit chez Daniel Buren: une introduction à la philosophie des arts contemporains, Cahiers du cric, 2, Limoges, N.D.L.R.

1983

RA: Clausewitz: Philosopher of War, Translated by Christine Booker and Norman Stone, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul

RA: The Committed Observer, Chicago, Regnery Gateway.

RA: Values at War, (Selected Tanner lectures) Salt Lake City, University of Utah Press

RA:Mémoires: 50 ans de réflexion politique, Paris, Julliard. [trans in 1990]

RA: De la condition historique du sociologue, Paris, Gallimard, re-edition.

JFL: Le différend, Collection ‘Critique’, Paris, Minuit.

MF: This is Not a Pipe, Berkeley/London, U. of California Press

1984

RA: Paix et guerre entre les nations, 8th edition, with an unpublished presentation by the author, Paris, Calmann-Lévy

RA: Les dernières années du siècle, Paris, Julliard

RA: ed., M.B. Conant, Raymond Aron: Politics and History: Selected Essays, New
Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books

JFL:Tombeau de l’intellectuel et autres papiers, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: L’Assassinat de l’expérience par la peinture, Monory, Collection “Le mot et la forme”, Paris, Le Castor Astral.

MF: ed. P.Rabinow: The Foucault Reader, New York, Pantheon.

MF:L’usage des plaisirs, vol II of the Histoire de la sexualité, May.

LA: Essays on ideology, trans. Ben Brewster et al.,London, Verso.

PB: Distinction. A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste, Cambridge (Mass), Harvard U.P.

PB: Homo Academicus, Paris, Ed. de Minuit [trans 1988]

1985

RA: ed. F. Drdus, History, Truth, Liberty: Selected Writings of Raymond Aron, Chicago, U. of Chicago Press.

RA: The Great Debate: Theories of Nuclear Strategy, Lanham, MD.:: University Press of America.

RA:Raymond Aron, 1905-83: histoire et politique: témoignages, homages de l’étranger, études, textes, Paris, Julliard.

RA: Dimensions de la conscience historique, Paris, Julliard, coll. “Agora”, re-edition

JFL: The postmodern condition, Manchester, Manchester U.P

JFL et al.: Traitement de Textes: cartes et brouillons de Michel Butor, Gourdon, Bedou.

JFL: L’art des confins

JFL: Just gaming, Manchester, Manchester U.P.

JFL:La faculté de juger

MF: The Use of Pleasure. The History of Sexuality, Vol. 2, New York, Random House.

1986

RA: Clausewitz: Philosopher of War, New York, Simon and Schuster.

RA: R.F. Colquhoun: Raymond Aron: vol 1, The Philosopher in History, 1905-1955; Vol. 2, The Sociologist in Society, 1955-1983, London, Sage.

RA:Les désillusions du progrès: essais sur la dialectique de la modernité, Paris, Calmann-Lévy.

RA: Introduction à la philosophie de l’histoire. Essai sur les limites de l’objectivité historique, Paris, Gallimard, “Bibliothèque des sciences humaines”, new edition of 1938, revue et annotée par Sylvie Mesure.

JFL: La partie de peinture

JFL: L’enthousiasme: la critique kantienne de l’histoire, Collection “La philosophie en effet”, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: Le Postmoderne expliqué aux enfants: correspondance 1982-1985, Collection “Débats”, Paris, Galilée.

MF: La pensée du dehors, Fata Morgana.

MF: Sept propos sur le septième ange, Fata Morgana.

MF: Death and the Labyrinth, Garden city, New York, Doubleday.

MF: The Care of the Self: The History of Sexuality, Vol 3, New York, Pantheon.

MF: Dream and existence, Seattle/Washington, Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry

MF: ed. P.Rabinow: The Foucault Reader, Harmondsworth, Penguin.

MF: The use of pleasure. The history of sexuality, vol 2, London, Viking.

PB: Distinction. A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste, London/New York, Routledge & Kegan Paul.

1987

RA: La Philosophie critique de l’Histoire, Paris, Julliard. [new edition of 1970]

MF: The use of pleasure. History of sexuality, vol 2, London, Penguin.

MF: Death and the Labyrinth: the world of Raymond Roussel, translated by Charles Ruas; int. by John Ashbery, London, Athlone.

MF: Mental Illness and psychology, U. of California P.

PB:Choses Dites, Paris, Ed. de Minuit [trans 1990]

1988

RA: Power, Modernity, and Sociology. Selected Sociological Writings, edited by Dominique Schnapper. New essays translated by Peter Morris, Aldershot, Edward Elgar

RA: Essais sur la condition juive contemporaine, textes réunis et annotés par Perrine Simon-Nahum, Paris, Editions de Fallois.

RA: Etudes sociologiques, Paris, PUF – reprinted in Les sociétés modernes, ed. Paugam, 2006.

RA: Dix-huit leçons sur la société industrielle, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Folio Essais”, re-edition.

JFL: L’inhumain: causeries sur le temps, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: The differend: phrases in dispute, Manchester, Manchester U.P.

JFL: Heidegger et ‘les juifs’, Paris, Galilée.

MF: Technologies of the Self: A seminar with Michel Foucault, London, Tavistock, U. of Massachusetts Press

MF: Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984, New York/London, Routledge.

MF: The history of sexuality. Vol 3: The care of the self, Harmondsworth, Allen Lane.

PB: L’ontologie politique de Martin Heidegger, Paris, Ed de Minuit. [ trans 1991]

PB: Homo Academicus, Oxford, Polity Press

1989

RA: Leçons sur l’histoire, cours du Collège de France, établissement du texte, présentation et notes par Sylvie Mesure, Paris, Editions de Fallois

JFL: La guerre des Algériens: Ecrits 1956-1963, Paris, Galilée

JFL: The Lyotard Reader, Oxford, Basil Blackwell.

MF:Résumé des cours, 1970-1982, Paris, Julliard.

MF: Foucault Live (Interviews 1966-1984)

MF: The birth of the clinic, London, Routledge.

PB:La noblesse d’état. Grandes écoles et esprit de corps, Paris, Ed de Minuit.

1990

RA: Memoirs. Fifty Years of Political Reflection, New York/London, Holmes & Meier.

RA: Les articles de politique internationale dans ‘Le Figaro’ de 1947 à 1977, présentation et notes par Georges-Henri Soutou, Paris, Editions de Fallois.

RA: Chroniques de guerre: La France Libre, 1940-1945, édition revue et annotée par Christian Bachelier, Paris, Gallimard.

JFL: Heidegger and ‘the jews’, Minneapolis, U. of Minnesota P.

JFL: Duchamps, Venice,California, Lapis Press.

JFL:Pérégrinations: Loi, forme, événement, Débats, Paris, Galilée.

MF: Politics, Philosophy, Culture: Interviews and Other Writings

MF: The history of sexuality, Vol. 3: The care of the self, London, Penguin.

LA: Philosophy and the spontaneous philosophy of the scientists, edited with an introduction by Gregory Elliott, translated by Ben Brewster, London, Verso.

PB (et al): Photography. A Middle-brow Art, Oxford, Polity Press.

PB (et al): The Love of Art. European Museums and their Public, Oxford, Polity Press.

PB: The Logic of Practice, Oxford, Polity Press.

PB: In Other Words. Essays Towards a Reflexive Sociology, Oxford, Polity Press.

1991

RA: Introduction à la philosophie de l’histoire. Essai sur les limites de l’objectivité historique, Paris, Gallimard, coll. ‘Tel’, re-edition.

RA: La philosophie critique de l’histoire, Paris, Seuil, coll. ‘Points Essais’, re-edition of 1987.

JFL: The inhuman: reflections on time, Oxford, Polity Press.

JFL: Lectures d’enfance. Collection “Débats”, Paris, Galilée

JFL: Leçons sur l’Analytique du sublime: Kant, Critique de la faculté de juger, 23-29, Collection “La Philosophie en effet”, Paris, Galilée.

MF: Remarks on Marx, New York, Semiotext.

MF: The Foucault effect: studies in governmentality, London, Harvester.

PB (et al): The Craft of sociology, New York, Walter de Gruyter.

PB: Language and Symbolic Power, Oxford, Polity Press

PB: The Political Ontology of Martin Heidegger, Oxford, Polity Press

1992

RA: Paix et Guerre entre les nations, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, new edition.

RA: Démocratie et totalitarisme, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Folio Essais”, re-edition.

JFL: The postmodern explained to children, Sydney, London, Turnaround.

LA:Journal de captivité stalag XA, 1940-1945, edition established and presented by Olivier Corpet & Yann Moulier boutang, Paris, Stock/IMEC.

LA: L’avenir dure longtemps, Les faits, edition established and presented by Olivier Corpet & Yann Moulier Boutang, Paris, Stock.

PB: Réponses. Pour une anthropologie réflexive, Paris, Ed du Seuil

PB: An Invitation to Reflexive sociology, Chicago/Oxford, U. of Chicago Press/Polity Press.

PB: Les règles de l’art. Genèse et structure du champ littéraire, Paris, Ed du Seuil [trans 1996]

MF: Raymond Roussel, presentation by P. Macherey, Paris, Gallimard.

1993

RA:Machiavel et les tyrannies modernes, texte établi, présenté et annoté par Rémy Freymond, Paris, Editions de Fallois.

JFL: Moralités postmodernes, Collection Débats, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: Toward the postmodern, ed. R. Harvey & M.S. Roberts, Philosophy and Literary theory, Atlantic Highlands, N.J., London, Humanities Press International.

JFL: Libidinal economy, London, Athlone.

MF (trans of L.Binswanger): Dream and Existence

LA:Ecrits sur la psychanalyse, Freud et Lacan, texts collected and presented by Olivier Corpet and François Matheron, Paris, Stock/IMEC.

LA: The future lasts a long time, and, The facts, translated by Richard Veasey, London, Chatto & Windus.

PB: Sociology in Question, London, Sage Publications.

PB: R.Johnson, ed.: The Field of Cultural Production. Essays on Art and Literature, Oxford, Polity Press.

PB (dir):La misère du monde, Paris, Ed. du Seuil [trans 1999]

1994

RA: In defence of political reason, ed. Daniel J. Mahoney, Lanham, Md/London., Rowman & Littlefield

LA: L’avenir dure longtemps, Les faits, edition established and presented by Olivier Corpet & Yann Moulier Boutang,new augmented edition, Paris, Stock.

LA: Sur la philosophie, Entretiens et correspondance avec Fernanda Navarro, suivis de La Transformation de la philosophie, collection ‘L’infini’, Paris, Gallimard.

LA: Ecrits philosophiques et politiques, vol. 1, texts collected and presented by François Matheron, Paris, Stock/IMEC.

MF: Dits et écrits, 1954-1988, édition établie sous la direction de Daniel Defert et François Ewald, Paris, Gallimard.

MF: Critique and Power: recasting the Foucault/Habermas debate, ed. M.Kelly, Cambridge, Mass/London, MIT Press.

PB (& H.Haacke): Libre-échange, Paris, Ed. du Seuil [trans 1995]

PB: Raisons pratiques. Sur la théorie de l’action, Paris, Ed. du Seuil [trans 1998]

1995

LA: Ecrits philosophiques et politiques, vol. 2, texts collected and presented by François Matheron, Paris, Stock/IMEC.

LA: Sur la reproduction, introduced by Jacques Bidet, Paris, Presses universitaires de France.

JFL: Bracha Lichtenberg Eltinger, Aix-en-Provence, Arfiac parallel text.??????

MF: La Bibliothèque fantastique: à propos de la Tentation de Saint Antoine de Flaubert, Collection ‘Palimpsestes’, Bruxelles, La lettre volée.

PB (& H.Haacke): Free Exchange, Oxford, Polity Press.

1996

RA: Les étapes de la pensée sociologique, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Tel”, re-edition.

RA: Les désillusions du progrès, Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Tel”, re-edition.

RA: In defence of decadent Europe, Translated by Stephen Cox, New Brunswick, N.J./London, Transaction Publications.

MF: Foucault Live (Interviews, 1966-1984)

JFL: Signé Malraux: biographie, Paris, Grasset.

LA: Psychanalyse et sciences humaines,Deux conférences, edition established and presented by Olivier Corpet & François Matheron, Paris, Librairie Générale Française/IMEC.

LA: Writings on psychoanalysis, Freud and Lacan, edited by Olivier Corpet and François Matheron, translated and with a preface by Jeffrey Mehlman, New York/Chichester, Columbia U. Press.

LA: For Marx, trans Ben Brewster, London, Verso.

PB: The rules of art, Oxford, Polity Press.

PB:Sur la télévision, Paris, Raisons d’agir. [trans 1998]

1997

RA: Thinking politically, Translated by James & Marie McIntosh, New Brunswick, N.J./London, Transaction Publications.

JFL: Postmodern fables, Minneapolis, Minn/London. U. of Minnesota.

MF:“Il faut défendre la société”: cours au Collège de France (1975-1976), ed. A. Fontana & M. Bertani, Paris, Gallimard/Seuil.

MF: The Politics of Truth

MF: Ethics; Subjectivity and Truth, ed. P. Rabinow. Essential Works of Foucault, 1945-1984, Vol. 1, London, Allen Lane

LA: The spectre of Hegel, early writings, edited with an introduction by François Matheron, translated by G.M. Goshgarian, London, Verso.

PB:Les usages sociaux de la science. Pour une sociologie clinique du champ scientifique, Paris, INRA.

1998

RA: Essai sur les libertés, Paris, Hachette, coll. “Pluriel”, new edition

RA: D’une Sainte Famille à l’autre. Paris, Gallimard, coll. “Folio Essais”, new edition.

JFL: The assassination of experience by painting, London, Black Dog.

JFL:La confession d’Augustin, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: La Chambre sourde: L’Antiésthétique de Malraux, Paris, Galilée.

LA: Solitude de Machiavel et autres textes, presentation by Yves Sintomer, Paris, Presses universitaires de France.

LA: Lettres à Franca, Paris, Stock/IMEC.

PB: Practical Reason. On the Theory of Action, Oxford, Polity Press.

PB: On Television and Journalism, London, Pluto Press.

PB:Contre-feux, Paris, Raisons d’agir [trans 1998]

PB: Acts of Resistance. Against the New Myths of Our Time, Oxford, Polity.

PB: Acts of Resistance. Against the Tyranny of the Market, New York, The New Press.

PB: La domination masculine, Paris, Ed du Seuil [trans 2001]

1999

LA: Machiavelli and Us

JFL: Signed, Malraux, Minneapolis, Minn, U. of Minnesota P.

MF: Les anormaux: cours au Collège de France (1974-1975), édition établie sous la direction de François Alessandro Fontana, Paris, Gallimard.

MF: Religion and Culture, ed. J. Carrette, Manchester, Manchester U.P.

MF: Aesthetics, Method and Epistemology. Essential Works of Foucault, 1954-84, Vol. 2, London, Allen Lane

MF: Power. Essential Works of Foucault, 1945-84, Vol. 3, London, Allen Lane.

PB (dir): The Weight of the World. Social Suffering in Contemporary society, Oxford, Polity Press.

2000

JFL: Misère de la philosophie, Paris, Galilée.

JFL: La Confession d’Augustin, Stanford, Calif., Stanford U. Press; Cambridge, Cambridge U. Press. ?????

PB: Propos sur le champ politique, Lyon, Presses universitaires de Lyon

PB: Les structures sociales de l’économie, Paris, Ed. du Seuil

PB: Esquisse d’une théorie de la pratique, Paris, Ed. du Seuil [reprint 1]

2001

RA: Paix et Guerre entre les nations, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, coll. “Liberté de l’esprit”, re-edition.

PB: Masculine domination, Oxford/Stanford, Polity Press/ Stanford U.P.

PB: Contre-feux 2. Pour un mouvement social européen, Paris, Raisons d’agir.

PB: Langage et pouvoir symbolique, Paris, Ed. du Seuil [translated reprint of 1991]

PB: Science de la science et réflexivité, Paris, Raisons d’agir

MF: L’herméneutique du sujet: cours au Collège de France (1981-82), Paris, Gallimard.

MF: Power. Essential Works of Foucault, 1945-84, Vol. 3, London, Allen Lane.

2002

RA: L’opium des intellectuels, Paris, Hachette, coll. “Pluriel”, re-edition.

PB: Le bal des célibataires. Crise de la société en Béarn, Paris, Ed. du Seuil

PB: ed. T.Discepolo, F. Poupeau, Interventions (1961-2001), Marseille, Agone.

2003

PB:Esquisse pour une auto-analyse, Paris, Raisons d’agir

MF: Le pouvoir psychiatrique: cours au Collège de France, 1973-1974, ed. F. Ewald & A. fontana, Paris, Gallimard/Seuil.

MF: Abnormal: lectures at the Collège de France 1974-1975, London, Verso.

MF: “Society must be defended”: lectures at the College de France, 1975-1976, ed. M. Bertani & A. Fontana, trans. By D. Macey, London, Allen Lane.

MF: The Essential Foucault. Selections from Essential works of Foucault 1954-1984, ed. P. Rabinow & N. Rose, New York/London, The New Press.

LA: The Humanist Controversy and Other writings (1966-67), ed. F. Matheron, translated by G.M. Goshgarian, London/New York, Verso.

2004

MF: Naissance de la biopolitique: cours au Collège de France (1978-1979), ed. F. Ewald & A. Fontana, Gallimard/Seuil, Paris.

MF: La peinture de Manet, Paris, Seuil.

MF: Philosophie. Anthologie, ed. F. Gros & A. Davidson, Paris, Gallimard.

2005

RA: Essai sur les libertés, Paris, Hachette, coll. “Pluriel”, re-edition.

MF: The Hermeneutics of the Subject: lectures at the Collège de France, 1981-2, ed. F. Gros, trans by G. Burchell, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan

2006

RA:Les sociétés modernes, ed. S. Paugam, Paris, PUF.

MF: Sur la nature humaine: comprendre le pouvoir, interlude/Noam Chomsky, Brussels, Aden.

MF: The Chomsky-Foucault debate: on human nature, London, New Press.

MF: Psychiatric power: lectures at the Collège de France, 1973-1974, ed. J. Lagrange, trans by G. Burchell, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

MF: History of Madness, London, Routledge.

LA: The Philosophy of Encounter

2007

RA & MF: Dialogue, analyse de Jean-François Bert, Paris, Lignes.

MF: Security, territory, population: lectures at the College de France, 1977-1978, trans. by G. Burchell, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

2008

MF: The birth of biopolitics: lectures at the Collège de France, 1978-79, ed. Michel Senellart; translated by Graham Burchell, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

MF: Symposium on Michel Foucault and Adrienne Rich: thirty years on, Sage.

MF: L’introduction à l’Anthropologie de Kant, Paris, Vrin.

MF: Introduction to Kant’s Anthropology, ed, R. Nigro, Cambridge, Mass & London, Semiotext(e)

LA: On Ideology

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