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Argumentos (México, D.F.)

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BIDET, Jacques. Foucault and Liberalism: rationality, revoluction, resitance. Argumentos (Méx.) [online]. 2012, vol.25, n.69, pp.169-184. ISSN 0187-5795.

In 1978, in his courses of Collège de France, Foucault begins to tackle what promises to be the new politics. He goes then of "sectorial skills of the power" (prisons, hospitals, asylums, schools) to the "State's technology power", which includes a reflection on the governmental action and the liberalism. In this essay this reflection is tackled in his relation with the analysis of Marx. It allows us to decipher the place of the revolution and the resistance in Foucault's great narration.

Keywords : Foucault; Marx; governance; liberalism; revolution; resistance.

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