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Desire for the State and Control Dispositifs

  • Béatrice Hibou
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Abstract

The exercise of power is not only a matter of obedience and prohibition, fear and violence. It must provide the framework for a good life in society and persuade people of the benefits of its actions and speeches; it also claims to provide a full and decent life, or improved living conditions, to promote growth and industrialization, to create jobs and an environment conducive to business, to protect activities and ensure social stability, to promote well-being and consumption, to reduce inequalities and promote solidarity, to enhance the international integration of the country and attract foreign investment, and so on. Power is not only imposed from above but it also plays on desires, on those positive elements that lead individuals to act. Desire becomes ‘accessible to government technique,’ as Michel Foucault put it, also because it is ‘the desire for the state.’ This is a new dimension of legitimacy that this chapter discusses: the generalized demand for a superior intervention, that is, one that comes from the public authorities, a demand that is linked to security and stability as much as to the protection and construction of the nation, or to justice and equality.

Keywords

Welfare State Corporal Punishment Opposition Parti State Violence State Legitimacy 
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