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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Editors' Note
Year 1989-1990
	Lecture of 18 January 1990
		An unthinkable object
		The state as a neutral site
		The Marxist tradition
		The calendar and the structure of temporality
		State categories
		Acts of state
		The single-home market and the state
		The Barre commission on housing
	Lecture of 25 January 1990
		The theoretical and the empirical
		State commissions and stagings
		The social construction of public problems
		The state as viewpoint on viewpoints
		Official marriage
		Theory and theory effects
		The two meanings of the word 'state'
		Transforming the particular into the universal
		The obsequium
		Institutions as 'organized fiduciary'
		Genesis of the state. Difficulties of the undertaking
		Parenthesis on the teaching of research in sociology
		The state and the sociologist
	Lecture of 1 February 1990
		The rhetoric of the official
		The public and the official
		The universal other and censorship
		The 'legislator as artist'
		The genesis of public discourse
		Public discourse and the imposition of form
		Public opinion
	Lecture of 8 February 1990
		The concentration of symbolic resources
		Sociological reading of Franz Kafka
		An untenable research programme
		History and sociology
		Shmuel Eisenstadt's The Political Systems of Empires
		Perry Anderson's two books
		The problem of the 'three routes' according to Barrington Moore
	Lecture of 15 February 1990
		The official and the private
		Sociology and history: genetic structuralism
		Genetic history of the state
		Game and field
		Anachronism and the illusion of the nominal
		The two faces of the state
Year 1990-1991
	Lecture of 10 January 1991
		Historical approach and genetic approach
		Research strategy
		Housing policy
		Interactions and structural relations
		Self-evidence as an effect of institutionalization
		The effect of 'that's the way it is . . .' and the closing of possibilities
		The space of possibilities
		The example of spelling
	Lecture of 17 January 1991
		Reminder of the course's procedure
		The two meanings of the word 'state': state as administration, state as territory
		The disciplinary division of historical work as an epistemological obstacle
		Models of state genesis, 1: Norbert Elias
		Models of state genesis, 2: Charles Tilly
	Lecture of 24 January 1991
		Reply to a question: the notion of invention under structural constraint
		Models of state genesis, 3: Philip Corrigan and Derek Sayer
		The exemplary particularity of England: economic modernization and cultural archaisms
	Lecture of 31 January 1991
		Reply to questions
		Cultural archaisms and economic transformations
		Culture and national unity: the case of Japan
		Bureaucracy and cultural integration
		National unification and cultural domination
	Lecture of 7 February 1991
		Theoretical foundations for an analysis of state power
		Symbolic power: relations of force and relations of meaning
		The state as producer of principles of classification
		Belief effect and cognitive structures
		The coherence effect of state symbolic systems
		The school timetable as a state construction
		The producers of doxa
	Lecture of 14 February 1991
		Sociology, an esoteric science with an exoteric air
		Professionals and lay people
		The state structures the social order
		Doxa, orthodoxy, heterodoxy
		Transmutation of private into public: the appearance of the modern state in Europe
	Lecture of 21 February 1991
		Logic of the genesis and emergence of the state: symbolic capital
		The stages of the process of concentration of capital
		The dynastic state
		The state as a power over powers
		Concentration and dispossession of species of capital: the example of physical force capital
		Constitution of a central economic capital and construction of an autonomous economic space
	Lecture of 7 March 1991
		Reply to questions: conformity and consensus
		Concentration processes of the species of capital: resistances
		The unification of the juridical market
		The constitution of an interest in the universal
		The state viewpoint and totalization: informational capital
		Concentration of cultural capital and national construction
		'Natural nobility' and state nobility
	Lecture of 14 March 1991
		Digression: an overthrow in the intellectual field
		The double face of the state: domination and integration
		Jus loci and jus sanguinis
		Unification of the market in symbolic goods
		Analogy between the religious field and the cultural field
Year 1991-1992
	Lecture of 3 October 1991
		A model of the transformations of the dynastic state
		The notion of reproduction strategies
		The notion of a system of reproduction strategies
		The dynastic state in the light of reproduction strategies
		The 'king's house'
		Legal logic and practical logic of the dynastic state
		Objectives of the next lecture
	Lecture of 10 October 1991
		The 'house' model against historical finalism
		The issues in historical research on the state
		The contradictions of the dynastic state
		A tripartite structure
	Lecture of 24 October 1991
		Recapitulation of the logic of the course
		Family reproduction and state reproduction
		Digression on the history of political thought
		The historical role of jurists in the process of state construction
		Differentiation of power and structural corruption: an economic model
	Lecture of 7 November 1991
		Preamble: the pitfalls of communication in social science
		The example of institutionalized corruption in China, 1: the ambiguous power of sub-bureaucrats
		The example of institutionalized corruption in China, 2: the 'pure'
		The example of institutionalized corruption in China, 3: double game and double 'I'
		The genesis of the bureaucratic space and the invention of the public
	Lecture of 14 November 1991
		Construction of the republic and construction of the nation
		The constitution of the public in the light of an English treatise on constitutional law
		The use of royal seals: the chain of warrants
	Lecture of 21 November 1991
		Reply to a question on the public/private opposition
		The transmutation of private into public: a non-linear process
		The genesis of the meta-field of power: differentiation and dissociation of dynastic and bureaucratic authorities
		A research programme on the French Revolution
		Dynastic principle versus legal principle as seen through the lit de justice
		Methodological digression: the kitchen of political theories
		Juridical struggles as symbolic struggles for power
		The three contradictions of jurists
	Lecture of 28 November 1991
		History as a stake in of struggles
		The juridical field: a historical approach
		Functions and functionaries
		The state as fictio juris
		Juridical capital as linguistic capital and practical control
		Jurists face the church: a corporation acquires autonomy
		Reformation, Jansenism and juridism
		The public: a reality without precedent that keeps coming into being
	Lecture of 5 December 1991
		Programme for a social history of political ideas and the state
		Interest in disinterestedness
		Jurists and the universal
		The (false) problem of the French Revolution
		The state and the nation
		The state as 'civil religion'
		Nationality and citizenship: contrast between the French and German models
		Struggles between interests and struggles between unconscious forms in political debate
	Lecture of 12 December 1991
		The construction of political space: the parliamentary game
		Digression: television in the new political game
		From the paper state to the real state
		Domesticating the dominated: the dialectic of discipline and philanthropy
		The theoretical dimension of state construction
		Questions for a conclusion
Appendices
	Course Summaries as Published in the Annuaire of the College de France
		1989-1990
		1990-1991
		1991-1992
	Position of the Lectures on the State in Pierre Bourdieu's Work
Notes
	Editors' note
	Lecture of 18 January 1990
	Lecture of 25 January 1990
	Lecture of 1 February 1990
	Lecture of 8 February 1990
	Lecture of 15 February 1990
	Lecture of 10 January 1991
	Lecture of 17 January 1991
	Lecture of 24 January 1991
	Lecture of 31 January 1991
	Lecture of 7 February 1991
	Lecture of 14 February 1991
	Lecture of 21 February 1991
	Lecture of 7 March 1991
	Lecture of 14 March 1991
	Lecture of 3 October 1991
	Lecture of 10 October 1991
	Lecture of 24 October 1991
	Lecture of 7 November 1991
	Lecture of 14 November 1991
	Lecture of 21 November 1991
	Lecture of 28 November 1991
	Lecture of 5 December 1991
	Lecture of 12 December 1991
	Position of the lectures on the state in Pierre Bourdieu's work
Bibliography
	1 Books and articles on the state, the field of power or the history of political thought
	2 Books and articles not directly bearing on the state
Index
                        

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