Power and resistance

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 20 (2):170-182 (1990)

Abstract

The exercises of modem power which Foucault discusses constitute counterexamples to traditional views of the nature of power. Foucault's views are extended to provide an account of the nature of resistance.

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