This book refers to several aspects of Michel Foucault's work: the narrative form in which Foucault presents his account of power, the shapes and forms that this concept is seen to assume in his analysis, and the way in which he describes power giving form and substance to institutions.
Introduction 1. Ars Erotica and Scientia Sexualis 2. Confessions, Silences, Unwritten Histories 3. Blood and 'Sex' Societies 4. Power's Forms and Movements 5. Power and the Individual 6. Conclusion