illegality and intolerability

I guess I did not say enough about these two concepts to draw any response.
Foucault is often accused of critiquing power and institutions, but of never
providing a constructive alternative. In Discipline and Punish, Foucault
very briefly discusses illegality, almost in a tone of advocating deliberate
illegality to overcome the application of disciplinary correction. I say
"almost" because I am not yet sure he did advocate such an approach. In an
interview in Power/Knowledge, he mentions the Gulag question in terms of
intolerability. Is this an inchoate tool for resistance? This is the sort
of thing I am trying to work out. Has anyone seen any work on these areas?
Can you point me to other mentions of them in Foucault?



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