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    Stuart Elden
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For those interested in the project of a spatial history, Elden has opened up wholly new ways of thinking about (and working with) Heidegger and Foucault that are alert to the philosophical and theoretical complexities of their writings and to the political and ethical responsibilities of a history o. .

For those interested in the project of a spatial history, Elden has opened up wholly new ways of thinking about (and working with) Heidegger and Foucault that are alert to the philosophical and theoretical complexities of their writings and to the political and ethical responsibilities of a history of the present.

Quoted by Elden, Mapping the Present, . 14; from Harvey, Justice, Nature and the Geography of Difference (Oxford . 14; from Harvey, Justice, Nature and the Geography of Difference (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996), . A Response to an Environment: the Swan Coastal Plan.

Project of a Spatial History STUART ELDEN CONTINUUM. 8 A number of parallels between Heidegger and Foucault immediately present themselves most of which will not be treated in detail here.

Taking this claim seriously, Mapping the Present assesses the relationship between these two thinkers, particularly on the issue of space and history.

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20th Century Philosophy. History of Western Philosophy, Misc. Submit a book or article. Upload a bibliography. Personal pages we track. Stuart Elden - 2003 - Philosophy and Geography 6 (2):219 – 22. etails. Philosophy of Geography in Philosophy of Social Science. Philosophical Traditions. Direct download (3 more).

Taking this claim seriously, Mapping the Present assesses the relationship between these two thinkers, particularly on the issue of space and history

Taking this claim seriously, Mapping the Present assesses the relationship between these two thinkers, particularly on the issue of space and history. In other words, space should become not merely an object of analysis, but a tool of analysis.

Mapping the present: Heidegger, Foucault and the project of a spatial history. Performing security: The imaginative geographies of current US strategy. L Bialasiewicz, D Campbell, S Elden, S Graham, A Jeffrey, AJ Williams. Political Geography 26 (4), 405-422, 2007. Terror and territory: The spatial extent of sovereignty. U of Minnesota Press, 2009.

Heidegger, Foucault and theProject of a Spatial HistorySTUART ELDENCONTINUUM Mapping the .

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In a late interview, Foucault, suggested that Heidegger was for him the "essential philosopher." Taking this claim seriously, Mapping the Present assesses the relationship between these two thinkers, particularly on the issue of space and history. It suggests that space and history need to be rethought, and combined as a spatial history, rather than as a history of space. In other words, space should become not merely an object of analysis, but a tool of analysis.The first half of the book concentrates on Heidegger: from the early occlusion of space, through the politically charged readings of Nietzsche and Holderlin, to the later work on art, technology and the polis which accord equal status to issues of spatiality. Foucault's work is then rethought in the light of the analysis of Heidegger, and the project of a spatial history established through re-readings of his works on madness and discipline..