39 quotes from discipline and punish: the birth of the prison: ‘the 'enlightenment', which discovered the liberties, also invented the disciplines’ the soul is the prison of the body” ― michel foucault, discipline and punish: the birth of the prison “in the darkest region of the political field the condemned man represents.
Michel foucault’s discipline and punish is a critical philosophical history of the modern prison and its attendant institutions foucault considered the work to be more than the reporting of history he believed it to be an archaeology of history, the uncovering of social forces and relations that shaped history. Discipline and punish: the birth of the prison (french: surveiller et punir : naissance de la prison) is a 1975 book by the french philosopher michel foucault 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and theoretical mechanisms behind the changes that occurred in western penal systems during the modern age based on historical documents from france.
Michel foucault discipline & punish (1975), panopticism iii discipline 3 panopticism condemned to death on the appointed day, everyone is ordered to stay indoors: it is forbidden to leave on pain of his 'true' body, his 'true' disease the plague as a form, at once real and imaginary, of disorder had as its medical and political. The body of the condemned this is an audio version of: michel foucault discipline and punish: the birth of the prison part one: torture 1 the body of the condemned.
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Architecture, as an instrument of the political technology of the body, cannot liberate anybody from the subjection mechanisms but can nevertheless play its role in the microphysical hacking of the macrophysical cartography of power the body of the condemned by michel foucault historians long ago began to write the history of the body. Michel foucault's “discipline and punish: the body of the condemned foucault begins by comparing a public execution from 1757 to an account of prison rules from 1837 the changes between the two reveal how new codes of law and order developed in modern society.
Pt 1 torture -- 1 the body of the condemned -- 2 the spectacle of the scaffold -- pt 2 punishment -- 1 generalized punishment -- 2 the gentle way in punishment -- pt 3 discipline -- 1 docile bodies -- the art of distributions -- the control of activity -- the organization of geneses -- the composition of forces -- 2. Michel foucault was born in poitiers, france, in 1926 he lecturerd in universities throughout the world served as director at the institut francais in hamburg, germany and at the institut de philosophi at the faculte des lettres in the university of clermont-ferrand, france and wrote frequently for french newspapers and reviews.