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Foucault, Sontag, and Scarry Review Questions 1. According to Sontag, how can taking photos constitute a form of violence? 2. According to Scarry, why is interrogation an integral component of torture? 3. In general, how does Foucault distinguish between early modern and modern penal systems? 4. What does Scarry mean when she refers to torture as a “fiction”?
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Foucault claims that in the shift from the early modern to the modern penal system, more people started serving as “judges”? Who are these judges, and what roles do they play in a defendant’s conviction or diagnosis? 6. According to Scarry, how can an entire room and all of the objects in it function as objects of torture?...
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