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Poder, resistencia y dominación en las Américas esclavistas: apostillas a Michel Foucault (paradojas y aporías)  [cached]
Agnes Lugo-Ortiz
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2012,
Abstract: This article explores one of the most incidental, and thus least studied, equivocations in Michel Foucault's work: his understan-ding of slavery in relation to his conceptualizations of power, domination, resistance and freedom. The article also considers the heuristic value of these equivocations for thinking about the regimes of the large slave plantations of the Americas. Does slavery describe a relation of power or a state of domination? What distinct analytical and ethical implications would this distinction have upon examining the problem of freedom under subjugation? Through a careful exegesis of two late instances in the work of the French thinker, "Subject and power" (1982) and "The ethics of care of the self as a practice of freedom" (1984), this article identifies the conceptual ambiguities that accompany his brief observations on slavery, and takes them as a starting point for highlighting a series of moments in which games of power during the period of slavery in the Americas show the limits that were intuited, yet not theorized, by Foucault; limits which are no other than extreme violence and death. This is exemplified through a discussion of certain paradoxes in the phenomena of the fugitive slaves (cimarronaje) and of the aporias, that were manifested through the uses of the Christian pastoral as a means of subjection at the beginnings of the Cuban slave plantations during the 18th century - and in dialogue with their symbolization in art.
Michel foucault y la colonialidad del poder  [cached]
Santiago Castro-Gómez
Tabula Rasa , 2007,
Abstract: Al contrario de gran parte de los planteamientos asociadas a corrientes de los estudios postcoloniales y a algunas vertientes del enfoque de la modernidad/colonialidad, en este artículo se argumenta la relevancia una teoría heterárquica del poder inspirada en las Lecciones del College de France menos conocidas de Foucault para comprender las articulaciones en diferentes planos del sistema mundo moderno colonial.
De la vida, la muerte y la resistencia en las investigaciones de Michel Foucault sobre biopolítica
Cristina López
T?3picos , 2012,
Abstract: A pesar de los avances efectuados en la comprensión de los alcances y los límites de las investigaciones de Michel Foucault sobre el dispositivo biopolítico de ejercicio del poder, aún subsisten ciertas dudas respecto del nexo de las mismas con la genealogía del liberalismo en que parecen desembocar. En este contexto, su tratamiento de las cuestiones de la vida, la muerte y la resistencia se vuelve problemático. Intentando esclarecer estas cuestiones, en este artículo se intentará dar cuenta de los motivos que orientan los análisis del autor hacia la cuestión de la gubernamentalidad liberal y del sesgo que en este marco adquiere su consideración de la biopolítica como un poder caracterizado por "hacer vivir y dejar morir". Despite the progress made in understanding the scope and limitations of Michel Foucault's researches about the biopolitical exercise of power, there are still some doubts about the nexus of those researches with the genealogy of liberalism that they seem to culminate. In this context, Foucault's treatment of the issues of life, death, and resistance becomes problematic. Trying to clarify these questions, our paper will attempt to account for the motives that guide the analysis of the author towards the problem of liberal governmentality and the bias that gets in this frame his consideration of biopolitics as a power characterized by "doing live and letting die".
Michel foucault y la colonialidad del poder
Castro-Gómez,Santiago;
Tabula Rasa , 2007,
Abstract: contrary to most of the statements associated with postcolonial studies and to some versions of the modernity/coloniality perspective, this article argues for the relevance of a hierarchic theory of power, inspired by foucault’s lesser commonly read lessons in the college of france, to understand the articulations along different planes of the modern/colonial world system.
EL ESPACIO Y EL PODER: MICHEL FOUCAULT Y LA CRíTICA DE LA HISTORIA  [cached]
Francisco Javier Tirado,Martín Mora
Espiral , 2002,
Abstract: En este artículo se analizan las diversas aportaciones de Michel Foucault a la cuestión del espacio. Se parte de la crítica que hace Foucault a la hegemonía del tiempo como última ideología y de la historia como paradigma interpretativo y como ontología de lo social. La discusión foucaultiana quiere repensar lo social a la luz del espacio. Si bien el análisis de la obra de Foucault se nutre de su propia producción teórica, nuestra lectura recoge aportaciones de autores como Deleuze, Serres, Harvey y Soja, para problematizar lo social desde una óptica espacial, puesto que el desvelamiento de los dispositivos de control y las prácticas de poder cruzan estratos espaciales y no responden al eje temporal como interpretación. De hecho, creemos que la insistencia en la historia como temporalidad es una de las formas de constitución del poder y la vigilancia en el terreno de las ciencias sociales.
LA éTICA EN MICHEL FOUCAULT O DE LA POSIBILIDAD DE LA RESISTENCIA
Reinaldo Giraldo
Tabula Rasa , 2009,
Abstract: La hipótesis que sustento en este artículo es que las investigaciones de Michel Foucault no conducen a un pensamiento negativo, circular, sin alternativas y sin salida. La disolución de la noción de sujeto constituyente permite al pensador francés realizar desplazamientos permanentes y abrir su reflexión a una búsqueda que concluye con la propuesta de una resistencia como arte de existir. En este sentido, la obra de Foucault, vista retrospectivamente, gira alrededor del sujeto: el sujeto objetivado por el saber y por el poder, y el sujeto en proceso de su propia subjetivación.
Modernidad y parrhesía: Michel Foucault y la cuestión de la resistencia como éthos
Giraldo Díaz,Reinaldo;
Estudios de Filosofía , 2011,
Abstract: in this research article the elaborations on truth-telling from michel foucault are hold, which are inscribed in the context of concerns about the present. the analysis of the french philosopher of antiquity did not seek to formulate the theory of power or of an universal and abstract subject, but to show the historical constitution of the different forms of subject in relation to the games of truth, reveal the contingent nature of our goals and of our history and to show a power to resist to the subjection mechanism from west.
Guerra, poder y liberalismo: politización en la obra de Michel Foucault
Fortanet,Joaquín;
Ideas y Valores , 2009,
Abstract: this paper attempts to examine the analysis on liberalism that michel foucault developed during his last courses in the collège de france. this analysis becomes a redefinition of the concept of power, understood as war, and a reflection on the concepts of security and population, by means of which the relation between war, power and liberalism offers a map of the present time, an age when the new rationality of government can be defined as specifically liberal.
De la vida, la muerte y la resistencia en las investigaciones de Michel Foucault sobre biopolítica
López,Cristina;
T?3picos , 2012,
Abstract: despite the progress made in understanding the scope and limitations of michel foucault's researches about the biopolitical exercise of power, there are still some doubts about the nexus of those researches with the genealogy of liberalism that they seem to culminate. in this context, foucault's treatment of the issues of life, death, and resistance becomes problematic. trying to clarify these questions, our paper will attempt to account for the motives that guide the analysis of the author towards the problem of liberal governmentality and the bias that gets in this frame his consideration of biopolitics as a power characterized by "doing live and letting die".
Entre poder y resistencia. Tras los rastros de la política en Foucault  [PDF]
Nicolás del Valle Orellana
Revista Enfoques : Ciencia Política y Administración Pública , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of this essay is to analyze the concept of power in the “genealogical” moment of Foucault’s work in order to highlight some features of what the author understands by politics. The notion of power is outlined by means of a contrast with the traditional perspective in political thought in order to go into the categories used in his analytics of power. Finally, some notes on Foucault’s concept of politics are provided.
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