Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Michel Foucault: Three Works (An Analysis)

Michel Foucault, who was the Professor of the History of the Systems of Thought at the College de France, is considered as the most influential thinker in recent memory. His works have a profound influence on psychology, feminism, history, and the social sciences. His theory of truth as "power relations" presents the critical perspective of the post-structuralist approach to epistemology, ethics, and economics as the science of man, demystifying all that we have come to believe about the way things are.