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Eric Brown (Budapest)

Thanks for reminding me how interesting Benjamin is. I've been thinking about how historical contingency or at least history should be related to (analytic) political philosophy and been leaning towards two views Foucault's and institutionalism in economic and the social science. Now I'll have to try to see what I can say on behalf of Foucault against your implied view. :)

Eric Schliesser

Well, I adore Foucault--I just think he has been domesticated by professional historians.

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