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Michel Foucault

“Resistances do not derive from a few heterogeneous principles; but neither are they a lure or a promise that is of necessity betrayed. They are the odd term in relations of power; they are inscribed in the latter as an irreducible opposite.”


Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality, Volume 1: An Introduction
tags: power, resistance
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