International Journal of Philosophical Studies 4 (1):1 – 16 (1996)
|Abstract||being, culminating in the technological understanding of being, in order to help us understand and overcome our current way of dealing with things as objects and resources, Foucault analyzes several regimes of power, culminating in modern bio-power, in order to help us free ourselves from understanding ourselves as subjects.|
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