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  1. Beyond power: Unbridging Foucault and Weber. [REVIEW]Juan J. Jiménez-Anca - 2013 - European Journal of Social Theory 16 (1):36-50.
    Today, very few would doubt that there are plenty of reasons to liken Weber’s and Foucault’s theories of power. Nevertheless, their respective works have divergent ethical and ontological preoccupations which should be reconsidered. This article explores Foucault’s account of a historical episode in Discipline and Punish and Weber’s theory of life spheres, uncovering evidence that there is a need to reassess the conceptual bridges which have been built so far. The exploration reveals a radical difference between a monological theory of (...)
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  • Thin is the Feminist Issue.Nicky Diamond - 1985 - Feminist Review 19 (1):45-64.
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  • An analytics of power relations: Foucault on the history of discipline.Roger Deacon - 2002 - History of the Human Sciences 15 (1):89-117.
    To understand how we have become what we are requires, following Foucault, not a theory but an `analytics' which examines how technologies of power and knowledge have, since antiquity, intertwined and developed in concrete and historical frameworks. Distilling from Foucault's oeuvre as a whole a rough periodization of western political rationalities, this article shows how the processes whereby some people discipline or govern others are frequently closely connected to procedures of identity-constitution and knowledge-production. Platonic, Stoic and Christian pursuits of self-mastery (...)
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