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It is an analysis of the social and theoretical mechanisms behind the changes that occurred in Western penal systems during the modern age based on historical documents from France. Foucault argues that prison did not become the principal form of punishment just because of the humanitarian concerns of reformists. He traces the cultural shifts that led to the predominance of prison via the body and power. Prison used by the "disciplines" — new technological powers that can also be found, according to Foucault, in places such as schools, hospitals, and military barracks. In a later work, Security, Territory, Population , Foucault admitted that he was somewhat overzealous in his argument that disciplinary power conditions society; he amended and developed his earlier ideas. The main ideas of Discipline and Punish can be grouped according to its four parts: torture , punishment, discipline, and prison. These examples provide a picture of just how profound the changes in Western penal systems were after less than a century.
If the text initially influenced debates on moral autonomy, political agency, and historicist methodologies for political theorizing, its influence has since widened. Keywords: power , subjectivity , incarceration , agency , autonomy , feminist theory , intersectionality , Foucault , Discipline and Punish. Published in France in and in the United States in , Discipline and Punish stands as a remarkable text—while undeniably historical in nature, it also revolutionized political inquiry and offered the defining account of power in the twentieth century. As the text slowly charts changing carceral technologies and their expansion through society-at-large, the influences of the nineteenth century past come to press more heavily on the present. Namely, DP outlines the political technologies that produce first prisoners, and gradually all subjects, on terms other than their own. Unusually for a text focused on penal reform in the late eighteenth century, DP both upended contemporaneous approaches to incarceration and reshaped how political theory grapples with basic questions of power, hierarchy, and autonomy. Anglo-American criticism remained deeply bound to the Cold War politics of the late s and early s, and to the anxieties these politics provoked around questions of moral autonomy and political agency.
Michel Foucault. DISCIPLINE AND PUNISH. The Birth of the Prison. Translated from the French b, Alan Sheridan. VINTAGE BOOKS. A DIVISION OF RANDOM.
In his revolutionary work on control and power relations in our public institutions, Michel Foucault argues that the development of prisons, police organizations and legal hierarchies has merely changed the focus of domination from our bodies to our souls. Even schools, factories, barracks and hospitals, in which an individual's time is controlled hour by hour, are part of a disciplinary society. Discipline and Punish is clearly a tour de force Foucault's genius is called forth into eloquent clarity of his passions Michel Foucalt was one of the leading intellectuals of the twentieth century and the most prominent thinker in post-war France.
Nimm deinen FuB weg! - прорычал немец. - Уберите ногу. Взгляд Беккера упал на пухлые пальцы мужчины. Никакого кольца. Я так близок к цели, - подумал .
Как ее зовут? - Женщина лукаво подмигнула. - Меган, - сказал он печально. - Я полагаю, что у вашей подруги есть и фамилия.
Michel Foucault. DISCIPLINE AND PUNISH. The Birth o f the Prison. Translated from the French by Alan Sheridan. VINTAGE BOOKS. A DIVISION OF RANDOM.
Pick up the key ideas in the book with this quick summary.Sacha B. 11.12.2020 at 04:53
Summary: In this brilliant work, the most influential philosopher since Sartre suggests that such vaunted reforms as the abolition of torture and the emergence of the modern penitentiary have merely shifted the focus of punishment from the prisoner's body to his soul.Tony F. 14.12.2020 at 09:27
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