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  • Panopticon - Wikipedia

    The Panopticon is a type of institutional building and a system of control designed by the English philosopher and social theorist Jeremy Bentham in the late 18th ...

  • Panopticism - Wikipedia

    Panopticism is a social theory named after the Panopticon, originally developed by French philosopher Michel Foucault in his book Discipline and Punish.

  • What does the panopticon mean in the age of digital ...

    The parallel between Jeremy Bentham’s panopticon and CCTV may be clear, but what happens when you step into the world of data capture?

  • Panopticon

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  • Panopticon - Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives

    There are two different people named Austin Lunn involved in the project. Austin L. Lunn "A.Lundr" (originally from Memphis, Tennessee) is the person behind the band.

  • Panopticon | Define Panopticon at

    Panopticon definition, a building, as a prison, hospital, library, or the like, so arranged that all parts of the interior are visible from a single point. See more.

  • Jeremy Bentham and the Panopticon

    The Panopticon "Morals reformed - health preserved - industry invigorated, instruction diffused - public burthens lightened - Economy seated, as it were, upon a rock ...

  • PanopticoN - YouTube

    En yeni en güncel oyunların tanıtımı ve oynadığım oyunlarla ilgili videolarım sizlerle. Oynadığımız Oyunlar: 1-Arena of Valor (5v5) 2-Vainglory (3v3) 3 ...

  • Panopticon - definition of panopticon by The Free Dictionary

    pan·op·ti·con (păn-ŏp′tĭ-kŏn′) n. A hypothetical prison proposed by Jeremy Bentham, having circular tiers of cells surrounding a central observation tower ...

  • Panopticon -

    The panopticon penitentiary, from the Greek παν- ('all') and -οπτικος ('seeing') was based upon an idea of Jeremy's younger brother, Samuel, who while ...

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