Technologies of the Self, by Michel Foucault
These are processes involved in the production of ways of being, in forms of reflexivity and “technologies of the self” (Foucault 1988); they make individuals what they are and contribute to shape their behavior and experience. In our case, then, they are processes whereby people think of themselves and others as primarily determined by their brains — and act, feel, and believe accordingly. Individuation and subjectivation are rooted in sociohistorical contexts and, as we shall see, do not exclude the coexistence of different anthropological figures: cerebral selves, psychological selves, chemical selves, and others.
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