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This article expands Michel Foucault's schema of the human 'technologies'—those of production, signification, power and technologies of the self (Foucault, 1983)—to posit the existence of a fifth technological modality described here as technologies of the other. This refers to techniques and practices that facilitate the autonomy, not of the self, but of another person or persons. The specificity of these techniques of (other) care, I argue, is obscured in Foucault's work in so far as they aredoi:10.22439/fs.v0i0.4938 fatcat:yxll5xgjtbbvfmcz6cm63v4h7m