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This article examines the biopolitical dimension in ordoliberal thought using Wilhelm Röpke and Alexander Rüstow as exemplary figures of this tradition. Based on an explication of various biopolitical themes that can be extracted from Foucault's writings and lectures the article argues that these biopolitical themes, although rarely touched on in Foucault's lectures on ordoliberal governmentality, nevertheless constitute an integral aspect of the thought of Röpke and Rüstow. From the regulationdoi:10.22439/fs.v0i12.3339 fatcat:fgnohn4bd5gdrkjda4iv4fbogq