Accounting, governing, and the historical construction of the governing subject

Ann-Christine Frandsen draws on Michel Foucault’s “bottom-up” conceptualizing of “governmentality” to think the “governing subject” as initiator of, and passage point for, the “thinking and acting” of governing, beginning around 3300 bce in Mesopotamia and continuing down to today.

Image courtesy of interviewee. May 9, 2024

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