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Title: Michel Foucaults History of Sexuality II


1
Michel Foucaults History of Sexuality II
  • Sex before Sexuality?

2
Agenda
  • Procedures (cont.)
  • Due Dates, Oral Reports, Papers
  • Recap and Update
  • Gender ? Antigone ? Butler ? Sexuality (Foucault)
  • Michel Foucault
  • Aspects of his Thought
  • HS 2 The Use of Pleasure
  • Sexual Ethics, Pederastic Protocols

3
Procedures (cont.)
  • Due Dates, Oral Reports, Papers

4
Procedures (cont.)
  • Due Dates
  • Oral Reports
  • 17-Feb Symposium
  • Individual Progress Log
  • Papers
  • topic

5
Recap and Update
  • Gender ? Antigone ? Butler ? Sexuality (Foucault)

6
Antigone on Butler, on Sexuality/Gender
7
Questions
  • Does play validate sexuality/gender as
  • essence?
  • social construction?
  • Does play validate view of family as
  • socially embedded symbol?
  • moral absolute?

8
Answers
  • b using ant to validate ideas
  • as metaphor
  • not reading with soph
  • b misreading h/l as misreading play
  • b on h/l illuminates mutiple interpretations
  • hence good play
  • critical thinking
  • b sees manly manly ant, but not necessarily
    correctly

9
Gender as analytic concept
  • social / cultural
  • expectations
  • associations
  • relative to, yet abstracted from, biological sex

10
Foucault on Sexuality?
  • in relation to anc greece not such a defined
    thing
  • not sexualities
  • not same moral dilemma as in christian times
  • rather, excess v moderation
  • very different attitudes to sexual ethics
  • diff ethical consideration relating homoertic
    relationships
  • pleasure principal physical contact pleasures
    problematize intensity and frequency
  • their sexuality the more open-ended concept
  • aphrodisia
  • not homo-/hetero- sexual, still passive/active

11
Michel Foucault
  • Aspects of his Thought

12
Michel Foucault (1926-1984)
  • Knowledge
  • Power
  • Discursive formations

13
History of Sexuality (1976-1984)
  • An Introduction
  • Repressive Hypothesis
  • Perverse Implantation
  • The Use of Pleasure
  • Genealogy
  • The Care of the Self
  • Late-antique mistrust of pleasures

14
HS 2 The Use of Pleasure
  • Sexual Ethics, Pederastic Protocols

15
HS2 Sexual Ethics
16
(Sexual Ethics 1) Dynamics
aphrodisia
17
(Sexual Ethics 2) Variables
  • Degree / frequency
  • moderation
  • excess
  • Polarity
  • active
  • passive

For a man, excess and passivity were the two
main forms of immorality in the practice of the
aphrodisia.
18
(Sexual Ethics 3) Evaluative Criteria
  • Need
  • Occasion
  • Status

19
Sexual-Social Isomorphism
aka asymmetry hypothesis
20
Pederasty Basics
  • Relationship
  • erastes
  • eromenos
  • reciprocity, asymmetry
  • (Quasi-)institutionalization
  • Competition

Dover, K. J. Greek Homosexuality. 2 ed.
Cambridge, Mass., 1989.
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First encounter(Attic RF)
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Demure rejection (?), Paestum, Italy
25
Intercrural intercourse(archaic Attic BF vase)
26
Is Foucaults Greece a Foreign Place?
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