Foucoult - People's lives are both results of the dominant...

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Mehmet Dervisogullari Beaupre, J. Phil 100w March 25, 2008 Methodological Precautions that Foucault Introduces into the Idea of Power: Foucault has thought on the “how of power”. One of the methodological precautions that Foucault introduces into the idea of power is that, one can look for the production of power in localized settings.
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Unformatted text preview: People's lives are both results of the dominant power relations in which they are involved (struggle for power over self and over others) and productive of these power relations. That is, they are not only suffering the effects of power in their lives, but they are also participating in these practices....
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  • Spring '08
  • Beaupre
  • That that is is that that is not is not is that it it is, Power in international relations, Mehmet Dervisogullari Beaupre, methodological precautions

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