In this paper, I scrutinize Marco Brigaglia’s thesis according to which the conception of power defended by Michel Foucault in the eighties was sharply different from the one he had been relying on in his prior work during the seventies. Against this view, I argue that the Foucaultian concept of power has always been informed by the idea of agonism, which revolves around a relationship power-resistance; I also argue that this dynamic power-resistance provides us with an interesting interpretation of Foucault’s renowned notion that power constitutes the subject.
|Numero di pagine||15|
|Rivista||DIRITTO & QUESTIONI PUBBLICHE|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|