It is very natural for us to see ourselves and others as objects whose attributes can be measured, and as objects that can be manipulated. How has this come about? Answer this question, bearing in mind Foucaults Discipline and Punish.
It Is Very Natural For Us To See Ourselves And Others As Objects Whose Attributes Can Be Measured, And As Objects That Can Be Manipulated. How Has This Come About? Answer This Question, Bearing In Mind Foucaults Discipline And Punish.
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Foucault’s works has triggered great debate in the recent years. His unique and the nature of writings, complexity, variety, and their size have triggered discussions in forms of critique and appreciations. Through the series of Foucault’s writings for the last three decades, the author has been inspiring people around the world to abandon some traditional stereotypes and also the comfortable disciplinary strongholds. As a result, any discussion of Foucault’s work and the relation of such work to the beliefs of the traditional line of thoughts are antagonist to each other.
The purpose of this essay is to give recent examinations of ‘Discipline and Punish’ basing on the critical context of author’s earlier and later writings. The major theme of the author’s work has not been widely scrutinized outside France.
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