Foucault Article Discussion

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Aaron Sokoloff: I've read a few pieces by Foucault during college and now law school, and one of the things I find frustrating about his writing is that he seems to invoke non-obvious concepts, assume that they're true, and then draw even stranger conclusions from them. Example from this article: "transgressive properties always intrinsic to the act of writing." Can someone tell me what he's talking about here?