>One should rather raise a different question (s). What is the limit >of
>repression, persecution, and incurring pain on body and soul? >What is the
>limit of technology? What is the limit of power, of the >hegeomon, and
>hegemony. I presume that if we ask these sort of >questions we will be able
>to find answers on very surface, about what >makes people indulge in
>gestures of defiance, even in the face of >presumably unsurpassable power.
Following on from your comment Ali, then a Foucauldian question in my
research might be:
'What is the limit of activism and legislation that will cause organisations
to behave in a sustainable way?'
I feel that senior managers do not care about sustainability (environmental
and social) unless they have been caught. When they have been caught they
care a whole lot.
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