Michel Foucault’s understandings of power and the political crises in Egypt in The Yacoubian Building and Cairo my city, our revolution

Is removing the president a step towards a more democratic country? How to change a leader whilst changing the Bureaucracy?

by Ali B. Mohammed


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/29/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 74
ISBN : 9781543757019
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 74
ISBN : 9781543757026

About the Book

What happens when the largest majority of the population blindly follow the interests of the tiny minority and lead a so called revolution against their current regime? What happens to a country, where all its sanctity and sacredness are destroyed by the hands of its own children? If Orwell’s Mr. Jones is removed from the authority, the emerge of the pigs is an inevitable likelihood. This book compares the pre and after revolution state, of countries where uprisings emerged and reaches the vehement conclusion about the pros and cons of these rebellions in the shadow of Michel Foucault’s understandings of power and his ideas of governmentality.


About the Author

The author is interested in showing the other sides of power. Power to him is not merely a source of punishment and dominance, it is rather an essential source for arranging the society and a crucial base for disciplining one’s self on one hand and the populations on the other.