juridical repressive rhetoric?

does anyone know of a place to look where foucault discusses the
juridical/disciplinary distinction and its implications upon discourses,
language, or rhetoric? i want to argue that a contractual oppression based
model of rhetoric ignores both the productive nature of power and the
disciplinary characteristics of rhetoric. for example, a criticism of
persuasion as the power of the rhetor over another sees power from purely a
repressive/contractual lens. i've read "two lectures" in power/knowledge
and tried to find hits in _discipline and punish_ and _history of sexuality,
vol 1_, but i could use some more help. thanks.

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