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He is amusing. Stimulating. Dazzling. His erudition confounds us; his skill compels assent; his art seduces.' Michel de Certeau. 'Foucault's most important work.'. The Foucault Reader (edited 'by Paul Rabinow). POWER/KNOWLEDGE. Selected Interviews and Other Writings. Michel Foucault. Edited by. Michel Foucault. Discipline & Punish (), Panopticism. III. DISCIPLINE. 3. Panopticism. From Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison (NY: Vintage Books.
PDF | This essay provides a very short introduction to some Foucaultian major themes including Power/Knowledge, Subjectivity, Technologies. Michel Foucault. What is an Author? In proposing this slightly odd question, I am conscious of the need for an explanation. To this day, the 'author' remains. Paul de Man. nuotrebno.. X2 Theory of the Text. Roland Barthes.. M4 Geraldine. Richard A. Rand. 3 The Order of Discourse. Michel Foucault se. Today when a periodical asks its readers a question, it does so in order to collect opinions on some subject about which everyone has an opinion already; there.