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93) Hence the Foucaultian emphasis on genealogizing and more generally on "refusing" identity, rather than urging states to recognize it via group rights, accommodations for minority cultures, or "external" protections.
identifies Michel Foucault's genealogizing work in history and philosophy as a key resource for theology, particularly his critique of the power structures of contemporary societies and churches.
What such a genealogizing for world- and self-creation might also call to mind, though, is the inducement to encapsulation in hellish self-contradiction repeatedly signed by leading imaginative thinkers in "the Reflective Age," "the age of the first person singular," or, again in the words of Emerson, "the Age of Suicide" (1903-04, 5.