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Foucault’s interest in classical political economy cannot be understoodas part of the typical studies of the history of economic ideas presentingeconomic thoughts chronologically around their scientific structures,arguments and methods. Instead, Foucault aims to show how classicalpolitical economy played a major and critical role in the formation of modernpower and governmental rationality and apparatuses after the 1750s.Foucault’s comprehensive and unconventional historical analysis of power andgovernment promises to understand classical political economy as part of theproblem of politics in the past and present. This paper reveals that Foucault’shistory and analytics of power and government has also strong potential toinnovatively approach the long-debated and thorny issues in the history ofeconomic thought such as The Adam Smith Problem and open up new ways tointerpret the place of key figures and theories in liberal governmentality suchas Ricardo’s political economy.
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