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Society Must Be Defended: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1975-1976

2003, Michel Foucault

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Biopolitics refers to the Humanitarian values that deal with the political relations between the administration or regulation of the life of species and a locality's populations, where politics and law can re-evaluate life based on constants and traits existing in the Natural [phenomenological] world. French philosopher Michel Foucault, who wrote about and gave lectures dedicated to his theory of biopolitics, wrote that it is "to ensure, sustain, and multiply life, to put this life in order."

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