The Power of Punishment by Fred Skeppstrom PDF

By Fred Skeppstrom

all through his paintings, Michel Foucault was once occupied with the platforms and mechanisms of energy. With the transition out of what Foucault refers to because the Classical age into the trendy age, we see a shift from sovereign energy platforms towards societal strength platforms. during this essay i'm going to define his ideas on deductive and social strength platforms, highlighting how historic figures Jouy and Damiens fill roles inside those strength structures.

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