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|Abstract||In a brief definition, for Foucault neoliberalism is a novel mode of the art of governing, that is, a new mode of social power. For reasons we will discuss below in the methodology section, Foucault changes his model for social power from one of war to one of governmentality. Governmentality concerns the "conduct of conduct," the shaping of the way people live their lives in quotidian detail. Now in these lecture courses Foucault will concentrate on governmentality as an exercise of political sovereignty (as opposed to the conducting of conduct in families, religious groups, etc.).|
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