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In contrast to the better known versions of Foucault current in cultural studies and among historians of sexuality, these writers minimize discourse analysis in favour of an emphasis on the "technologies" (rather than the tropes) constituting power; further, they study such apparently non-Foucaultian and certainly non-cultural areas as the development of public accounting techniques and the rise of social insurance.
He is known to be the developer of 'Foucault currents', 'Foucault polarizer', 'Foucault knife-edge test' which is still used in amateur telescopes.