The article is devoted to the philosophical analysis of power models as models social subjectiveness in the context of sociopolitical transformations. The correlation between the concepts of a subject, subjectivity, subjectiveness is revealed. The special focus is made on the problem of subjectiveness in the conditions of Bonapartism genesis. The conclusion is that Bonapartism as a model of social subjectiveness precisely discriminates and juxtaposes the semantic and formal borders of power and submission. It is in this that the specificity of Bonapartism as the mode of the authoritarian power, which arises naturally in the situation of political absence of/lack of subjectiveness after the great-scale revolutions and/or in the state of system crisis, manifests itself.