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Foucault summarizes the current shifts in historical studies as a new 'interrogation' of what?

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Which of Foucault's books precede the Archeology of Knowledge?

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Which is not one of the forms of historical unity that Foucault rejects?

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What is the central historical field addressed by the archeological method?

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Which is not one of the four major aspects of discursive regularity to emerge from Foucault's 'four hypotheses' about discursive unity?

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Which is not one of the sciences used as an example by Foucault?

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An object of discourse first appears where?

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Foucault's term 'strategies' refers to what aspect of a discourse?

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Which term refers to a situation in which two incompatible objects, concepts, or types of enunciation have the same conditions of emergence and try to occupy the same discursive space?

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What is the basic element of discourse?

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The statement is defined by its what?

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Why is the statement is not reducible to the speech act?

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Which cannot be considered a statement?

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The quality of 'material repeatability' applies to what?

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Materiality is important in statements in what sense?

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What term can be defined as 'the units of meaning that grammar recognizes in a series of signs?'

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What term can be defined as the 'act that produces a group of signs materially?'

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What term can be defined as the 'modality of existence of a series of signs?'

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In contrast to the history of ideas, how does the archeological method approach the field of statements?

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For archeology, a discourse is an 'expression' of what?

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Which term has two explicitly different meanings, one in the history of ideas and one in archeology?

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In the history of ideas, which term can serve as both an obstacle to be overcome in the field of discourse and as a founding principle of discourse?

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On what basis can we analyze the ways in which science is ideological?

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In the Conclusion, Foucault is accused of being which of the following?

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