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domingo, maio 15, 2005

Alicerçando Palavras # 66 - Michel Foucault 1926/1984

I dream of the intellectual destroyer of evidence and universalities, the one who, in the inertias and constraints of the present, locates and marks the weak points, the openings, the lines of power, who incessantly displaces himself, doesn't know exactly where he is heading nor what he'll think tomorrow because he is too attentive to the present.

Michel Foucault "The End of the Monarchy of Sex" from Foucault Live: Interviews, 1966-1984, tr. John Johnston, ed. Sylvere Lotringer (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), p. 155.