13.0506 Foucault on Loyola? Cicero, de finibus?

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       [1] From: pat gudridge <pgudridg@law.miami.edu> (5)
             Subject: Foucault and Loyola?

       [2] From: "alessandroponti@libero.it"<alessandroponti@libero. (1)
             Subject: Cicero, de finibus?

             Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 08:12:20 +0000
             From: pat gudridge <pgudridg@law.miami.edu>
             Subject: Foucault and Loyola?

    It must be the case that Michel Foucault wrote about Ignatius Loyola, and in
    particular about the Spiritual Exercises, at length somewhere. I have not
    been able to find the reference. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Many thanks.

    Pat Gudridge (pgudridg@law.miami.edu)

             Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 08:13:19 +0000
             From: "alessandroponti@libero.it"<alessandroponti@libero.it>
             Subject: Cicero, de finibus?

    I'm looking for an Italian or English translation of Cicero's "De
    finibus bonorum et malorum". Could someone send me one by e-mail?

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