Re: Foucault and pragmatism, q&a

>If one is to apply Foucault, oppressive
>knowledge and the power it wields upon the body, if oppressive, should be

How "should" one resist "oppressive knowledge" and power?

>What I've got to say that I think is
>somewhat new is that this may not lead to nihilism, as his critics complain,
>because there will always be more order to resist.


>There will always be
>discursive power and normalization.


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