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By 1969, in The Archeology of Knowledge, Foucault calls the outside “the archive.” Here too, he has stopped speaking of the outside as a “murmur” that is quieter (like a bell tolling) than opinions and things said.19 Indeed, in The Archeology of Knowledge, he separates what he thinks is the primary “atom” of language, “the statement” (l’énoncé), from silence.20 Nevertheless, we cannot avoid noticing the resemblance between the spoken in Heidegger and the statement in Foucault. We see this similarity especially if we stress the pastness of the statement and render “l’énoncé” as “the stated.” There is also a conceptual similarity insofar as Foucault conceives the statement as starting from a lack.21 Just as Bergson says that “the whole is not given,” Foucault says that the analysis of statements “is based on the principle that everything is never said.”22 And, although Foucault consciously distances himself from phenomenology, and from Merleau-Ponty in particular, in The Archeology of Knowledge, this lack (“everything is never said”) is what, for Merleau-Ponty, allows artworks to institute possibilities, to institute a future that remains incomplete.23 As we shall see now, however, in order to reach the institution of this open future, we must, as with Heidegger, return to a tautological sentence. Just as with Heidegger speech speaks, with Merleau-Ponty vision sees.

 

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Early Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy by Lawlor Leonard

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Author:Lawlor, Leonard

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Indiana University Press

Published: 2012-06-06T16:00:00+00:00
Transition

By 1969, in The Archeology of Knowledge, Foucault calls the outside “the archive.” Here too, he has stopped speaking of the outside as a “murmur” that is quieter (like a bell tolling) than opinions and things said.19 Indeed, in The Archeology of Knowledge, he separates what he thinks is the primary “atom” of language, “the statement” (l’énoncé), from silence.20 Nevertheless, we cannot avoid noticing the resemblance between the spoken in Heidegger and the statement in Foucault. We see this similarity especially if we stress the pastness of the statement and render “l’énoncé” as “the stated.” There is also a conceptual similarity insofar as Foucault conceives the statement as starting from a lack.21 Just as Bergson says that “the whole is not given,” Foucault says that the analysis of statements “is based on the principle that everything is never said.”22 And, although Foucault consciously distances himself from phenomenology, and from Merleau-Ponty in particular, in The Archeology of Knowledge, this lack (“everything is never said”) is what, for Merleau-Ponty, allows artworks to institute possibilities, to institute a future that remains incomplete.23 As we shall see now, however, in order to reach the institution of this open future, we must, as with Heidegger, return to a tautological sentence. Just as with Heidegger speech speaks, with Merleau-Ponty vision sees.

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