See Michel Foucault, “Truth and Power” in The Foucault Reader, ed. Paul Rabinow (New York: Pantheon Books, 1984): “Truth isn’t outside power, or lacking in power … Truth is a thing of this world (p. 72).” ‘Truth’ is linked in a circular relation with systems of power which produce and sustain it, and to effects of power which it induces and which extends it … The problem is not changing people’s consciousnesses—or what’s in their heads—but the political, economic institutional regime of the production of truth … of detaching the power of truth from the forms of hegemony, social, economic, and cultural, which it operates at the present time” (pp. 74–75). See also Jay (Throughout, p. 147): “what feminist theory illuminates has not been hidden but only ignored, has not been invisible but only irrelevant”; and Gloria Albrecht, The Character of Our Communities (Nashville: Abingdon Press, forthcoming).