Michel Foucault sees power in the knowledge that is accepted as truth, especially scientific truth. He says that every society has its truth regimes, which separate what will be considered true and what will be considered false and attaches power to the true. A truth regime is a powerful discourse, also known as “power/knowledge.” We are often unconscious of these truth regimes; for the most part, people simply believe that what is defined as truth is truth. For Foucault, what is defined as truth is not “true”—it is knowledge that has come to be considered truth in a political process, and thus invested with internal power. This is the second tool in the tool-box.