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  1. Theory as practice: Foucault's concept of problematization.Roger Deacon - 2000 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2000 (118):127-142.
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    Strategies of Governance.Roger Deacon - 1998 - Theoria 45 (92):113-149.
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    Truth, power and pedagogy: Michel Foucault on the rise of the disciplines.Roger Deacon - 2002 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 34 (4):435–458.
  4. Foucault on Education.Roger Deacon - 2005 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 130:84.
     
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    From Confinement to Attachment: Michel Foucault on the Rise of the School.Roger Deacon - 2006 - The European Legacy 11 (2):121-138.
    This article develops a Foucauldian account of the rise of the modern school, on the basis of a thorough examination of all references to education in Foucault's work. It analyses the seventeenth-century origins of mass schooling and traces its development up to the nineteenth century. It identifies several overlapping stages in this multifaceted and largely contingent development, particularly a fundamental shift from a negative to a positive conception of the school. This Foucauldian understanding of the rise of schooling as a (...)
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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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    'A Punishment More Bitter Than Death' Dirck Coornhert's Boeven-tucht and the Rise of Discipline.Roger Deacon - 2009 - Theoria: A Journal of Social and Political Theory 56 (118):82-88.
    Dirck Coornhert was a Dutch humanist whose seminal 1587 book, Boeven-tucht, redefined issues of poverty, charity, development and crime. A transitionary document, Boeven-tucht lies on the cusp of what Michel Foucault called the 'great confinement', which took place between about 1600 and 1750 and which was the common response by local and national authorities to the social disorder concomitant upon population expansion, a widening gap between rich and poor, religious discord and war. Inspired by Boeventucht, the Amsterdam Rasphuis and Spinhuis (...)
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  8. Moral orthopedics: a Foucauldian account of schooling as discipline.Roger Deacon - 2005 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2005 (130):84-102.
     
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    Human Rights as Imperialism.Roger Deacon - 2003 - Theoria 50 (102):126-138.
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    Addressing empire.Roger Deacon - 2005 - Theoria 44 (108):102-117.
    The opening sentence to Michael Hardt's and Antonio Negri's Empire1 is pregnant with promise and peril. Signifying a process deemed to be under way, it hearkens back to and beyond that famous Manifesto of 1848, even while looking forward to a time when what is now only imminent will have become reality. In part summoned into existence to fulfill the ancient prophecies of declining Rome and rising Christianity, Empire is said to be 'realizing' or 'manifesting' itself in time honoured 19th-century, (...)
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    Pacifying the planet: Norbert Elias on globalization.Roger Deacon - 2007 - Theoria 54 (113):76-96.
    Globalization presages an important new stage in the centuries-old 'civilizing process,' which Norbert Elias analyzed with such clarity and in such depth. At the root of the fundamental transformations of our world of nation-states are combined integrating and disintegrating tendencies, or centralization and individualization, which manifest themselves in a steady monopolization of the means of violence and taxation, an interventionist human rights discourse, and war as a means of democratizing and pacifying the planet. Elias' 'historical social psychological' approach offers new (...)
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