The Conclusion calls attention to the continuing presence of conjectural history not only in Foucault's thought, but in popular and scholarly archaeology, cultural anthropology, and histories of political institutions. Indeed, conjectural thought and form may be stronger and more productive now than they were a century ago in opening up new areas of knowledge.
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