3 January 2013
An interesting piece by Erzsébet Strausz from the Critical Legal Thinking website:
Foucault’s oeuvre can also be thought of as a sequence of gliding moves, a series of attempts to heterotopize the everyday through the eventualization of what is no longer questioned: the purpose of critique is “to make harder those acts which are now too easy” by uncovering that ‘little thought’ occurring “in even in the most stupid institutions” or “even in silent habits” and to try to change it.
“So is it important to think?” In: Power: Essential Works Of Foucault, 1954 – 1984, Volume III., ed. James D. Faubion, (New York:The New Press, 1998) pp.456.