Here I do not mean philosophy as its original ancient greek meaning, love of the wisdom. What I mean is a person who establishes the central ideas of some movement, cult, etc.
If the answer is yes, what philosophers are similar to him? Michel Foucalt and Slavoj Zizek come to my mind. Am I right? Are there others?
In particular, I am interested in this text: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1rpt9v3
First, recall that states are systems through which coercive force flows. Factions within a state may compete for support, leading to democratic surface phenomena, but the underpinnings of states are the systematic application, and avoidance, of violence. Land ownership, property, rents, dividends, taxation, court fines, censorship, copyrights and trademarks are all enforced by the threatened application of state violence.
Most of the time we are not even aware of how close to violence we are, because we all grant concessions to avoid it. Like sailors smelling the breeze, we rarely contemplate how our surface world is propped up from below by darkness.
In the new space of the internet what would be the mediator of coercive force?
Is it similar to something that you have already read?
A related question about being a philosopher is: Is everyone considered a "philosopher"?