AW: [Foucault-L] Introduction

Hi Richard,
as Foucault did not think of the individual as an active, autonomous, and
self-governed (in the sense of independent from power-structures) subject, I
think one could say that there can not be a resistance to power on this
level at all.


Jochen Hirschle // Universität zu Köln
Lehrstuhl für Empirische Sozial- und Wirtschaftsforschung
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tel 0221.4702075

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Hi there my name is Richard Turner and I am an undergraduate student at the
Univeristy of Edinburgh.

The real reason I have joined this list is to try and tap you all for your
knowledge!! I am struggling a bit with my reading of Foucault and I want to
know what Foucault would say about what it meant to resist power.

Can anyone help?

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