‘Ressentiment and Power: Some Reflections on Feminist Practices’

In Nietzsche Feminism and Political Theory. St. Leonards: Allen & Unwin. pp. 130-143 (1993)
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Nietzsche's remarks on ressentiment and power and Foucault's analytics of power form the backdrop to this chapter. My concern is with certain feminist discursive and non-discursive practices, primarily in those institutions in which feminists have achieved a degree of success-bureaucracy, educational institutions and the professions. The question is: in what strategies of power are these practices participating and with what conception of power are they operating?


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