Robert Harvey, Sharing Common Ground. A Space for Ethics

  • Sverre Raffnsøe

Author Biography

Sverre Raffnsøe
Sverre Raffnsøe, Dr. Phil. (Dr. Habil.)ProfessorDepartment of Management, Politics and PhilosophyCopenhagen Business School Denmarksra.mpp@cbs.dkwww.raffnsøe.comSverre Raffnsøe, Dr. Phil. (Dr. Habil.), is Professor of Philosophy at Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School. He is Editor-in-Chief of Foucault Studies and the author of books and articles on management philosophy, philosophical aesthetics, social philosophy and recent French and German philosophy. Recent books include Michel Foucault: A Research Companion. Philosophy as Diagnosis of the Present (Palgrave 2016) and Philosophy of the Anthropocene: The Human Turn (Palgrave 2016). Recent articles are: “The Foucault Effect in organization studies” (Organization Studies, 2018), “What is critique? Critical turns in the age of criticism” (Outlines. Critical Practice Studies 18:2, 2017) and “Philosophical Practice as Self-modification. An essay on Michel Foucault’s Critical Engagement with Philosophy” (Foucault Studies, no. 25, 8-54, 2018). Open access publications can be found at:http://cbs.academia.edu/SverreRaffnsøe, https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sverre_Raffnsoehttp://www.raffnsøe.com.The author wishes to express his profound gratitude to the thriving interdisciplinaryInstitute of Advanced Studies, University of Durham, for a fellowship in 2018 that permitted to write this review and a number of other texts.

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Raffnsøe, Sverre, Marius Gudmand-Høyer and Morten S. Thaning: Michel Foucault. A Research Companion. Philosophy as Diagnosis of the Present. London & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Sassine, Farès and Michel Foucault, “There Can’t Be Societies without Uprisings,” Foucault Studies 25 (2018), 324-350.

Published
2019-06-09
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Reviews