45. Tuesday, March 30, 2010

45. Tuesday, March 30, 2010 - PHL Tuesday, March 30, 2010...

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PHL Tuesday, March 30, 2010 fnality being-seen the other cF. Bentham, panopticon (construct prison in such a way where one guard can watch many prisoners, you maximize eFfciency) - although, you could not use guards iF the prisoners do not know whether or not they are being observed so you do not need guards - relates to sartre because society is all about judgement - not matter how tolerlant you try to be, you watch actions and that is judgement - surveillance society (cF. 1984) - we are always seen, even when there is no one physically present, we are in the view oF the other - Freedom oF others to judge us, as we judge them - fnality: they cannot go back and change anything - you have the possibility oF Future actions, but you cannot change past actions - they are already dead - what he is trying to show us is what is going on now The Setting: - the valet - Functionary, combination oF impetuous condescending and impossible, the person at the help desk that gives you no help, the door itselF is the key point and the valet is the controller oF the door, why do you stay in the room iF the door can be opened - Second Empire style - the room is in bad taste, it is pretentiously over-decorated, bourgeoisie style, strangely appropriate as Garcin usually fnds himselF in such rooms oF Falseness - bad taste himselF is a Form oF torture
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