It sounded like you were accusing me of rejecting the theory of evolution or something.
I mean really, you are coming across somewhat hyperbolic.
Ah Foucault. Such a precise scientist whose arguments nobody could refute. I like the way you patronizingly assume I must never have read him or else I couldn't fail to be in agreement with him.It's so apparent and obvious that I didn't think names needed to be said.
But, off the top of my head, any theorists who've written on power (dynamics) would be a good start. Start with Foucault, I like him.
This is also the reason Marxism is an amazing theory/ideal, but, any time it's been practiced, it inevitably does not maintain such ideal.
You could also name Nietzsche, Elias Cannetti, Adam Smith, oh you could even drag out Hobbes or Weber! What fun!
Really though, it's just your opinion against mine, so don't start naming "sociology" and "anthropology" and "biology" as if these fields are in undisputed agreement with you
And when was Marxism practiced, specifically? Marx and Lenin were always clear that communism could only be acheived if there was a revolution int he industrialized western world. But you knew that, obviously, because surely you wouldn't be such a clown as to comment on Marxism without even knowing something as basic as that!
Oh, you know all about the "real world" because you read Foucault? Give me a break kiddo. Next!Welcome to the real world. I don't yet know if we're glad to have you.