Foucault believed that power was productive. In this matter he stood opposed to the Marxist view that power was something against which the proletariat must resist. Class struggle was not viewed by Foucault as fundamental. But I wonder what he means by productive. Perhaps it was linked to his observation that power, in addition to constraining and limiting, also seduced and induced. By this observation would we be able to assert that relationships between lovers were relationships of power? How is seduction productive?