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Subject: RE: a student query about power/knowledge
Date: Sun, 26 Apr 1998 16:15:23 -0700


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Yes but I haven't seen anyone come close to write anything satisfactory on
power. So far, Deleuze's is the best but there will be better.

Gary
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    Subject: Re: a student query about power/knowledge


    Wayne,
        Try the "Two Lectures" in the book Power/Knowledge. This lecture
gives great insight on Foucault's theories of Power in it's relation to
knowledge and discourse. read it twice then write.


    Michael Thomas

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Yes but I haven't seen anyone come close to write anything satisfactory on power. So far, Deleuze's is the best but there will be better.
 
Gary
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Sent: Saturday, April 25, 1998 8:15 AM
To: foucault-AT-lists.village.Virginia.EDU
Subject: Re: a student query about power/knowledge

Wayne,
    Try the "Two Lectures" in the book Power/Knowledge. This lecture gives great insight on Foucault's theories of Power in it's relation to knowledge and discourse. read it twice then write.
 
 
Michael Thomas

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