politics and ethics

The notion of an 'analytical philosophy of politics' sounds fascinating and
I can see this move being made in my own area of media/cultural studies by
Ian Hunter, Griffiths University, Australia. Hunter uses Wittgenstein and
Foucault in order to think of language and subjectivity as non-universal
and plural. However, I'm not sure what analytical philosophy can add to
politics that Foucault has not already added. Has anybody got any ideas?


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