Arheologia Cunoașterii

Vas Mihai

This text explores the implications of Michel Foucault’s philosophy of power, focusing on the relationship between power and society and the various forms power can take. Foucault’s perspective on power is rooted in the idea that power is not centralized but dispersed throughout society, operating through social and institutional relations. He views power as a neutral force that can have moral consequences, shaping social reality through the production of knowledge, discourse, and practices.
Foucault’s work challenges traditional notions of power and invites us to critically examine how power operates in various contexts and how it shapes our understanding of reality.