He took up a post at the Clermont-Ferrand based University of Strasbourg in , and received his medical doctorate in , in the middle of World War II. Using the pseudonym "Lafont" Canguilhem became active in the French Resistance , serving as a doctor in Auvergne. By he was the French equivalent of department chair in philosophy at Strasbourg as well. Le Normal et la pathologique is an extended exploration into the nature and meaning of normality in medicine and biology, the production and institutionalization of medical knowledge. He furthered and altered these critiques in a later book, Ideology and Rationality in the History of the Life Sciences. Canguilhem was originally hostile to the ideas of Henri Bergson and vitalism but was later influenced by them and developed his own "idiosyncratic brand of vitalism.
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Sign in Create an account. Bibliographie Des travaux de Georges Canguilhem. Ainsi dans un article contre la loi Paul-Boncour, il explique que:.
Georges Canguilhem — Philosoph und Wissenschaftshistoriker der Lebenswissenschaften. The Care of Life: History and philosophy of sciencehistorical epistemologyphilosophy of biologyphilosophy of medicine.
Sign in to use this feature. This belief did not prevent him from being regarded with considerable affection by the generation of intellectuals that came to the fore in the s, including Jacques DerridaMichel FoucaultLouis Althusserand Jacques Lacan.
On the Normal and the Pathological. Le normal et le pathologique, coll. Canguilhem, Bergson and the Project of Biophilosophy. More than just a great theoretician, Canguilhem was one of the few philosophers of the 20th century to develop an approach that was shaped by a medical education. Take away Canguilhem and you will no longer understand much about Althusser, Althusserism and a whole series of discussions which have taken place among French Marxists; you will no longer grasp what is specific to sociologists such as BourdieuCastelPasseron and what marks them so strongly within sociology ; you will miss an entire aspect of the theoretical work done by psychoanalystsparticularly by the followers of Lacan.
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