Body, Knowledge, Subjectivity Foucault’s Docile Bodies is basically part of his larger work titled Discipline and Punish, wherein he argues that people are under regular and continuous regulation and surveillance in ways that are usually subtle. In so doing seemingly indiscernible, result in acceptance and normalization of such systems. In this paper, a strong argument is presented as to why it is imperative to pay attention to body, embodied identity as well as reality when discussing knowledge and subjectivity. This argument is made in reference to Docile Bodies by Foucault. In Docile Bodies, Foucault starts with the model of the soldier in the 17th century.