Antistrategic resistance – Foucault

Antistrategic resistance – Foucault

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 I am working with the notion of antistrategic resistance and found this interesting quote from Michel Foucault:

“If someone ask me what it is I think I am doing, I would answer: if the strategist is a man who says “what importance does a particular death, a particular cry, a particular uprising have in relation to the great necessity of the whole, and of what importance to me is such-and-such a general principle in the specific situation in which we find ourselves?” then it is indifferent to me whether the strategist is a politician, a historian, a revolutionary, someone who supports the Shah or the ayatollah. My theoretical morality is the opposite. It is “antistrategic”: be respectful when singularity rises up, and intransigent when power infringes on the universal.”

Per Herngren

July 19, 2007, version 0.1

 

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“Is it useless to revolt?” (Inutile de se soulever?). Quoted here from Foucauldian Reflections. Who quoted from Eribon, Michel Foucault, (pp. 290-91).

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