Why Foucault Is Not a Neoliberalist
puts limits on raison d’état;
places problematization before politicization;
approaches the problem of political power and freedom from the inside out; and
conceives of democratic development as dependent on creating a virtuous circle of governance and engagement between political authorities and laypeople in their political communities.
KeywordsPolitical Community Political Authority Virtuous Circle Connective Action Mutual Acceptance
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