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The term "critical theory" is often appropriated when an author works within sociological terms, yet attacks the social or human sciences (thus attempting to remain "outside" those frames of inquiry). Michel Foucault is one of these authors. 
[*] Associate Professor of Law, University of Tennessee. Yale Law School, 1985; . University of Tennessee, 1982. I would like to thank Brannon Denning and Brooks Smith, who contributed excellent research assistance. My thinking on this subject has benefited from conversations and correspondence with a number of individuals, including Neil Cohen, Ralph Davis, Barry Friedman, Don Kates, Rob Merges, Helen Smith, Tom Plank, and William Van Alstyne.