Romeo and Juliet
Table of Contents
Philosophical Themes, Arguments, Ideas
Part I: Introduction
Part II: The Discursive Regularities Chapter 1: The Unities of Discourse
Part II, Chapter 2: Discursive Formations
Part II, Chapter 3: The Formation of Objects
Part II, Chapters 4 and five: The Formation of Enunciative Modalities; and The Formation of Concepts.
Part II, Chapters 6 and 7: The Formation of Strategies; and Remarks and Consequences.
Part III: The Statement and the Archive Chapter 1: Defining the Statement
Part III, Chapter 2: The Enunciative Function. First half.
Part III, Chapter 2: The Enunciative Function. Second half.
Part III, Chapter 3: The Description of Statements.
Part III, Chapters 4 and 5
Part IV: Archeological Description, Chapters 1 and 2
Part IV, Chapters 3, 4, and 5
Part IV, Chapter 6: Science and Knowledge
Suggestions for Further Reading
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