Re: Moving On (1)

>WHO "installed rather an apparatus for producing ever greater quantity of
>discourse about sex, capable of functioning and taking effect in its very
>economy." (page 23)
An important question, I think, and the short answer may lie in the
oft-quoted statement of Foucault's that "power and resistance are
everywhere"--or in the title to the first section, "We Other Victorians":
the answer to "who?" seems often seems to be "us"--Foucault is moving
beyond intention, authorship, and dominant/subordinate, instead speaking of
complex weaves of power and discourse

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