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Perhaps it may be said to exist in those subject areas, mainly the humanities and social sciences, where academics are on tenure and require no more than a good library and a computer to produce a solitary or even a group work. Some mathematicians and philosophers may require even less—a pencil, note paper, and a glass of water. In the sciences and technologies advancement of knowledge usually requires money for equipment, materials, and technical backup. And certain types of social science depend on external funding.
The power of knowledge may indeed become authority, which we can take to be an institutional subset of power. One account refers to authority as “a distinctive form of compliance in social life” and offers three accounts of the basis of this special compliance: authoritative institutions “reflecting the common beliefs, values, traditions and practices of members of society”; political authority “offering a co-ordination solution to a Hobbesian state of nature, or a lack of shared values”; and a third view that argues that “although social order is imposed by force, it derives its permanence and stability through techniques of legitimating, ideology, hegemony, mobilization of bias, false consensus and so on, which secure the willing compliance of citizens through the manipulation of their beliefs” (Philp, 1985).
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Knowledge Society vs. Knowledge Economy: Knowledge, Power, and Politics (Issues in Higher Education) by Sverker Sorlin, Hebe Vessuri