‘Not One but Many Silences’: The Functions of Silence in Foucauldian Discourse

Derek Kennedy
From a broad consideration of discourse, a general set of questions emerges: Who is speaking and what are they saying? Who is not speaking and what are they not saying? What is the significance of each in either case? Here I take up a line of inquiry corresponding to the second part of this formulation regarding the lack of speakers and speech. My chosen path into this field of thought is through the writing of...
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