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Power and subjectivity

Scott James Yates

Power and subjectivity

a Foucauldian discourse analysis of experiences of power in learning difficulties community care homes

by Scott James Yates

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Published by De Montfort University in Leicester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - De Montfort University, Leicester 2002.

StatementScott James Yates.
ContributionsDe Montfort University.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18650180M

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Paul-Michel Foucault (UK: / ˈ f uː k oʊ / FOO-koh, US: / f uː ˈ k oʊ / foo-KOH; French: [pɔl miʃɛl fuko]; 15 October – 25 June ) was a French philosopher, historian of ideas, social theorist, and literary critic.. Foucault's theories primarily address the relationship between power and knowledge, and how they are used as a form of social control through societal institutions. Coloniality of Power and African Development. PART II: SUBJECT, SUBJECTION AND SUBJECTIVITY. Chapter 4. The Ticklish Subject in Africa Chapter 5. Subjection and Subjectivity in South Africa Chapter 6. Nationality of Power in Zimbabwe. PART III: COLONIALITY, KNOWLEDGE AND NATIONALISM. Chapter 7. Coloniality of Knowledge and Higher Education.


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"Hugh Grady's Shakespeare, Machiavelli, Power and subjectivity book Montaigne is a clever, intelligent, and well-written book."--Richard Strier, The University of Chicago "The core chapters of the book are consistently rewarding and often brilliant readings of Richard II and the Henriad in relation to early modern philosophy and political theory."--Studies in English Literature Cited by: “The subject” (le sujet) is not simply a synonym for “person”; instead the term captures the possibility of being a certain kind of person, which, for the theorists who tend to use it, is typically a contingent historical possibility rather than a universal or essential truth about human by: 8.

This book considers one of the most controversial aspects of children’s and young adult literature: its use as an instrument of power. Children in contemporary Western society are oppressed and powerless, yet they are allowed, in fiction written by adults for the enlightenment and enjoyment of children, to become strong, brave, rich, powerful, and independent -- on certain conditions and for Cited by:   This item: The Politics of Life Itself: Biomedicine, Power, and Subjectivity in the Twenty-First Century (In by Nikolas Rose Paperback $ Only 10 left in stock (more on the way).

Ships from and sold by by: Grounded in the Foucauldian literature on governmentality and drawing on a broad range of disciplines, this book examines the government of childhood in Power and subjectivity book West from the early modern period to the present. The book deals with three key time-periods and examines shifts in the conceptualization and regulation of childhood and child-rearing.

Oriented around the theme of a ‘politics of philosophy’, this book tracks the phases in which Foucault’s genealogy of power, law, and subjectivity was reorganized during the 14 years of his teaching at the College de France, as his focus shifted from sovereignty to governance.

This theme, Sandro Chignola argues here, is the key to understanding four features of Foucault’s work over this. Power and Subjectivity in Foucault The ‘philosophy of desire’ developed by Jean-François Lyotard and Gilles Deleuze in the period from the late s to the mid- 70 s can be seen as theAuthor: Peter Dews.

Power and Subjectivity in Foucault The ‘philosophy of desire’ developed by Jean-François Lyotard and Gilles Deleuze in the period from the late s to the mids can be seen as the attempt, within post-structuralism, to affirm the independent force of an ‘inner.

The subject in this sense — the subject as the active, perceiving thing possessing agency — is the first notion that Foucault is referencing when he talks of the subject. The origin of this connotation (and also in the senses in which it is understood in grammar and logic) goes back to (the Latin translation of) a Greek term coined by.

The Subject and Power — Foucault, Michel. “ The Subject and Power.” In Beyond Structuralism and Hermeneutics, edited by H. Dreyfus and P. Rabinow, The University of Chicago Press, The book Body, Subject, and Power in China, Edited by Angela Zito and Tani E.

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Children in contemporary Western society are oppressed and powerless, yet they are allowed, in fiction written by adults for the enlightenment and enjoyment of children, to become strong, brave, rich, powerful, and independent -- on certain cond. Michel Foucault The Subject and Power divided inside himself or divided from others.

This process objectivizes him. Examples are the mad and the sane, the sick and the healthy, the criminals and the "good boys." Finally, I have sought to study-it is my current work-the way a. This is another ”enlightening” book by David Hawkins. It is the third of a trilogy, the previous books being “Power versus Force” and “Eye of the I”.

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At the base of Foucault's view in "The Subject and Power" is the base assumption that power is not wielded through oppression but rather through the manufacturing of "individuals". Foucault notes the double meaning of "subject", both a self-aware topic of something and something which is controlled, subjected.

Oriented around the theme of a ‘politics of philosophy’, this book tracks the phases in which Foucault’s genealogy of power, law, and subjectivity was reorganized during the 14 years of his teaching at the College de France, as his focus shifted from sovereignty to governance.

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The book argues that in analyzing modern subjectivity, Shakespeare re-produced not the ideas of Machiavelli, but those of Michel de Montaigne — that Renaissance definer of shifting identities and subjectivities, and of complexly formed sceptical knowledge. In so doing, Shakespeare in effect contributes to the theoretical debates over power.

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