Re: Foucault and pragmatism, q&a

> the whole thing is, that foucault works and thought is very much in the
> tradition of critical theory, and tries not to be "modernist" in the
> sence

But critical theory is rather modernist in itself. Foucault, I think, represents a
definite break from critical theory in how he perceives power -- not as
centralized, unidirectional (not as ideology), but as diffuse, fractured, etc.

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