The philosopher of power – on the state

The French philosopher, who died 20 years ago, was an original thinker as a critic of the "disciplining society." With his new methods he was able to reveal much of oppressive processes that take place in the micro-world of power. Re-reading the philosopher today induces a healthy and productive liberal anarchism, which can be also related to the Marxist critical theory by the analysis of the modern power-dependency structures.