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2013 | 2 | 125-136
Article title

Pořadový krok jako disciplinační technika těla

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The Cadenced Step as the Disciplinary Technique of the Body
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CS
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This text inquires into the problem of cadenced step as the disciplinary technique of the body, according to theories of Marcel Mauss and Michel Foucault. Author explores historical core of military body techniques in social context, developed by Dutch army reformers Counts of Nassau during 1590s and refined by the Prussian military in 1740s. Author interprets cadenced step inside framework of shifting paradigm of power, as Foucault analyses the sequence of three stages of power emerging during european Early modernity.
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  • Pracoviště historické sociologie, FHS UK, U Kříže 8, 158 00 Praha - Jinonice (Czech republic)
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