IAH Notes 2 - Panopticom 1. Prison Design 2. Used by...

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Panopticom 1. Prison Design 2. Used by Fucault to make a broader point 3. Unique technique of Power a. 1 Guard to monitor many prisoners 4. Allows power to function without a monitor a. Telescreen 5. Automatic Functioning of Power 6. Can be integrated into any need a. School b. Hospital c. Workers 7. Technique of making useful individuals 8. Increases social forces while controlling them Technology 1. Set of tools (machine) 2. Technology of Power (Technique) 3. Disciplinary Techniques 4. Technological Systems 5. Technological Way of Thinking a. Instrumental Thinking i. Concerned with means to an end 1. Efficiency a. Utilitarianism Utilitarianism
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1. Moral Philosophy 2. Act in service of the greater good 3. Balance of pleasure and pain a. Act for max pleasure and min. pain 4. How we should make all decisions. a. Objections i. Justifies doing immoral acts ii. Can become all-consuming iii. Too Demanding 5. Today we would be deeply immoral in a utilitarian society 6. Acting according to the Utilitarian principle itself will not provide maximum happiness. 7.
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IAH Notes 2 - Panopticom 1. Prison Design 2. Used by...

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