A Panopticon, in Short Review

Posted On Aug 10, 2021 By Addison Wiggin

As you may recall, the panopticon was first proposed by English philosopher Jeremy Bentham in the 1700s. The most well-known version was a circular prison with a single guard tower in the center. The inmates never knew when they were being watched and were therefore — at least according to the theory — more likely to behave. While only a few physical panopticons were ever built, the principle behind them has taken on more relevance in the digital age. Let’s take a look…

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