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Fabians, 65

Famine, in feudal societies, 139

Fascism, 363 , 364 , 386 -87n.4

Fascism and Dictatorship (Poulantzas), 309 , 387 n.4

Faye, Jean-Pierre, 384 n.2

Ferry, Jules, 296

Fetishization: of commodities, 172 , 173 , 213 ;

of knowledge, 228

"Feudal dynamic," 150

Feudalism, 135 -42;

"centralized," 137 , 140 -41, 142 , 154 -55, 156 ;

and lineage societies, 126 , 128 ;

mode of production, 87 -88, 134 -46, 150 -57, 344 ;

organizational technologies of, 344 ;

transition to capitalism from, 68 , 92 , 95 , 106 -11, 125 , 131 -35, 141 -57, 348 , 376 -77

Feuerbach, L. A., 170 , 171 , 173

Fiction: history as, 81 , 245 ;

literary, 265 , 269 , 279 , 297 -301, 302 -3

Figuration, literary, 280 -84, 304 -5

"Filiation," relations of, 121

"Finitude": "analytic of," 236 , 240 ;

diachronic, 95

Flaubert, Gustave, 297 , 298 , 300

Forces of production, 373 n.2;

E. Balibar on, 84 -90, 94 , 95 , 102 -111, 118 ;

capitalist, 106 -8, 125 -31 passim, 314 -15, 319 -20;

contradiction and, 222 ;

feudal, 135 , 136 , 142 , 150 -57 passim;

ideology and, 222 ;

Marx and, 170 , 171 , 172 ;

power and, 256 -57;

Structural Marxism and, 26 ;

Terray and, 112 -16, 375 n.10;

and transition from feudalism to capitalism, 106 -11, 125 -31, 142 , 150 -57 passim, 377 n.15

Fordism, 12 -13, 16 , 202 , 350 -64 passim, 367 n.6, 388 n.9

Formalism, 369 n.10;

abstract, 18 -19;

epistemological, 18 -19, 20 ;

Poulantzas


419

and, 386 n.2;

Russian, 271 ;

and "substantivists," 373 n.4, 377 n.16

Formalization, "threshold of," 238 -39

For Marx (Althusser), 2 , 33 , 34 , 41 , 79 , 261 ;

Brewster and, 51 ;

Foucault and, 239 ;

and humanism, 68 ;

and ideology, 165 , 166 , 182 -83, 205 , 206 , 215 , 289 ;

and philosophy, 159 , 165 , 166 , 187 -88, 194 -95;

and science, 159 , 160 , 165 , 166 , 176 , 182 -88 passim, 203

La formation du concept de réflexe aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (Canguilhem), 179

Formations: compromise, 298 , 299 , 301 , 304 -5;

discursive, 263 -67;

literary, 301 ;

unconscious, 362 n.6. See also Social formations

Forms: institutional, 37 -38. See also Formalism

Foucault, Michel, 2 , 5 , 7 -8, 22 , 233 -59;

Archaeology of Knowledge , 80 , 235 , 237 -38, 240 -41, 243 ;

Birth of the Clinic , 234 -35, 247 ;

and capitalism, 32 , 250 253;

Care of the Self , 254 ;

Discipline and Punish , 245 -46, 247 ;

and history, 23 , 80 -81, 233 -47, 255 ;

History of Sexuality , 246 , 247 , 248 ;

and ideology, 208 , 238 , 242 -43, 248 -49, 304 ;

and knowledge/power, 169 , 233 , 241 -58 passim, 304 ;

Lecourt and, 254 , 380 -81n.9;

literature on, 383 n.7;

Madness and Civilization , 234 -35, 237 , 243 , 247 ;

and New Philosophy, 229 , 253 -54, 257 -58, 259 ;

"Nietzsche, Genealogy, History," 242 , 243 -44;

Order of Things , 235 , 237 , 241 ;

Poulantzas and, 253 , 255 -59, 385 n.1;

and power, 25 , 169 , 233 , 241 -59, 304 ;

and Structural Marxism, 25 , 229 , 242 -49, 255 -56, 385 n.1;

Use of Pleasure , 254

Les français fictifs (R. Balibar), 261 , 294 , 297 , 301

Le français national (R. Balibar & Laporte), 261 , 294 , 295 -97

France, 4 , 90 -91;

feudal, 135 , 137 , 141 -42, 151 , 377 n.15;

French Revolution, 90 -91, 295 -96, 376 n.14;

language/literature in, 294 -301, 307 ;

Left, 232 -33 (see also French Communist Party);

Marxist anthropology in, 111 ;

New Philosophy in, 228 -29;

socialism in, 170 ;

structuralism of, 22 , 23 , 68

Francis I, 295

Frankfurt School, 9 -10

Freedom, 9 , 17 ;

in discourse, 265 , 270 ;

economism/humanism and, 73 , 74 ;

Foucault and, 7 -8, 249 ;

habitus and, 218 ;

historicism and, 49 ;

and history as "story of liberty," 369 n.13, 389 ;

interpellation and, 210 ;

postmodernists and, 7 -8;

and transition from feudalism to capitalism, 155

"Free individual," 382 n.4

French Communist Party (PCF), 2 , 3 -4, 32 , 366 n.4;

Althusser's break with, 4 , 366 n.4, 380 n.7;

Macherey with, 260 ;

and May 1968, 232 -33, 366 n.4

French Revolution, 90 -92, 295 -96, 376 n.14

Freud, Sigmund, 176 , 211 , 231 , 301 , 372 n.6

"Freud and Lacan" (Althusser), 382 n.3

Function, of ideology, 164 -65, 182 -83, 207 -8

Functional compatibility, limits of, 310 , 315

Functional historicism, 2

Functionalism: anthropological, 111 , 115 ;

British, 111 ;

sociological, 90

Functional pluralism, 5 , 6 -7, 8

Functions, and institutions, 37 -38, 55 -56, 114


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