Impersonal friends: Foucault, Guibert and an ethics of discomfort
This article analyses the letter that Michel Foucault wrote for author Hervé Guibert, just a few months before Foucault died. It incorporates Foucault’s definition of pleasure, as well as his description of a man that he watched every day. Tom Roach also explores Foucault’s writings in ‘The End of the Monarchy of Sex’.
Subscribers to New Formations can access this article for free. If you are already a subscriber please login to your account to read the article.