Foucault y el cuidado de sí mismo: Una posibilidad para la gestión humana

Translated title of the contribution: Foucault and caring for yourself: A possibility for human management

Blanca Yenny Hernandez Sánchez, Ivan Dario Toro Jaramillo

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    Abstract

    To address self-care, one begins with the difference and the analysis that Foucault (2011), makes between selfcare and self-knowledge. To understand the care of himself Foucault went to the classical Greco-Latin, here he notices three Stoics who influenced his thinking, Seneca, Marcus Aurelius and Epictetus, in addition to Socrates as the philosopher of self-care. Subsequently, the self-techniques are analyzed, in order to finally establish the link of self-care as a possibility for Human Management.

    Translated title of the contributionFoucault and caring for yourself: A possibility for human management
    Original languageSpanish
    Article number35
    JournalEspacios
    Volume38
    Issue number53
    StatePublished - 2017

    Bibliographical note

    Funding Information:
    García, G. (2014). Ética del cuidado de sí y desarrollo humano: un reto para la Educación Superior. Revista Lasallista de Investigación, 11 (1), 125-132 Gonzalez, N. (2015). De las tecnologías de poder a las tecnologías del yo: reflexiones en clave foucaultiana sobre las técnicas de administración empresarial. Trabajo y Sociedad, (24), 225-233

    Funding Information:
    En el cristianismo el ascetismo se refiere a una práctica de renuncia a sí mismo, y a los placeres del mundo, es una forma de purificación a partir de la renuncia a todo tipo de placeres, es un retiro voluntario que implica una total negación. Por otro lado, en la tradición filosófica:

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