Foucauldian Peacekeeping: On the Dispersion of Power and the Futility of Change

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Allen, Ansgar;
(2009)
  • Publisher: Symposium Journals

Foucault is widely known for the radical nature of his work, for his idiosyncratic approach to history, and for his reconfiguration of the concept of power. Curiously though, his conceptions of history and power might act to undermine their potential to incite radical c... View more
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