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Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison (1975)

de Michel Foucault

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Two hundred and fifty years ago, a man condemned of attempting to assassinate the King of France was drawn and quartered in a grisly spectacle that suggested an unmediated duel between the violence of the criminal and the violence of the state. This groundbreaking book by Michel Foucault, the most influential philosopher since Sartre, compels us to reevaluate our assumptions about all the ensuing reforms in the penal institutions of the West. For as Foucault examines innovations that range from the abolition of torture to the institution of forced labor and the appearance of the modern penitentiary, he suggests that punishment has shifted its focus from the prisoner's body to his soul-and that our very concern with rehabilitation encourages and refines criminal activity.Lucidly reasoned and deftly marshaling a vast body of research, Discipline and Punish is a genuinely revolutionary book, whose implications extend beyond the prison to the minute power relations of our society.… (més)
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This is simply one of the greatest books on philosophy I've ever read. It changed how i view civilization. ( )
  MylesKesten | Jan 23, 2024 |
This book will make you want to live out in the woods.

Its language is very cold and measured - except, of course, for the graphic description of a man's quartering in the beginning - but it systematically begins to make you feel enclosed upon from the outside in. Foucault succeeds in sounding objective, letting only detailed facts and descriptions persuade you of his point. But, to be honest, although this subject is right up my alley, I can see a lot of people not being convinced by the text's problem at the very end. And, to be even more honest, the problem is probably not something we can solve in our lifetime anyway. S0, why read this book? Because you like learning about scary depressing things that you can't change. Enjoy! ( )
  stargazerfish0 | Jan 13, 2024 |
While I do understand this is a five-star, important work of social theory, I've designated it, in my readerly cosmology, as four-star.

Why? Well, like other of Michel Foucault's books I've read, the prose here often veers into opaque technical territory that I, as a non-specialist in continental philosophy, find difficult to decipher. I know that Mr. Foucault used a number of terms of art to stand for broad abstractions. That said, I also found myself wondering, while reading this, if part of its obscurity lies in its translation.

Which started me wondering: is it time for a standard edition of Michel Foucault's books that might better serve what was once called "the common reader"? I understand enough about Mr. Foucault's philosophy and biography that the idea of a standard edition of his works would have been something he resisted, even scorned. Nonetheless, his thought is too important--especially today--to leave it inaccessible to general readers. So, perhaps a lexicon to accompany such an edition, as well as a robust scholarly apparatus, might make this and the rest of Mr. Foucault's works more generally readable, and therefore more generally comprehensible.

That would obviously be a good thing in a world in which the excesses of power and violence he both describes and predicts have indeed come to pass. Maybe, not to put either to fine or too broad a point on it, we might be able to learn something about ourselves as a genus and as a society.
  Mark_Feltskog | Dec 23, 2023 |
Le Pouvoir Disciplinaire (Pouvoir Disciplinaire) est placé dans le "corps" du voyeur à sens unique. La perfection du Panopticon (Panopticon) est d'inciter les gens à participer à une partie de cette machine perpétuelle de puissance. La machine de pouvoir est un perpétuel fonctionnement Le sujet, son insolvabilité est liée à la fois à l'intention oppressive de dominer le "corps" et à l'obéissance du refoulé à son auto-génération. Lorsque les gens considèrent la pensée de Foucault comme une "chose dangereuse", ils ont été contraints par l'Incertitude de participer au travail de la machine du pouvoir dans la partie sombre de la société. Le "panorama" du panoptisme est l'externe Le "faux panorama" qui semble ouvrir toute la société, et l'"invisibilité" est la "véritable introspection" de la retenue et de la limitation intériorisées. Le premier n'a pas de solution, et le second est difficile à comprendre. atteint.
  Maristot | Jun 5, 2023 |
Quizá hoy provoquen vergüenza nuestras prisiones. El siglo XIX se sentía orgulloso de las fortalezas que construía en los límites de las ciudades y, a veces, en el corazón de estas. Se complacía en esa nueva benignidad que reemplazaba los patíbulos. Se maravillaba de no castigar a los cuerpos y de saber corregir en adelante las almas. Aquellos muros, aquellos cerrojos, aquellas celdas figuraban una verdadera empresa de ortopedia social. Quienes robaban eran encarcelados, también aquellos que violaban o mataban.
  Natt90 | Feb 14, 2023 |
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Whatever the disagreements, "Discipline and Punish" is that rare kind of book whose methods and conclusions must be reckoned with by humanists, social scientists and political activists.
 

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Two hundred and fifty years ago, a man condemned of attempting to assassinate the King of France was drawn and quartered in a grisly spectacle that suggested an unmediated duel between the violence of the criminal and the violence of the state. This groundbreaking book by Michel Foucault, the most influential philosopher since Sartre, compels us to reevaluate our assumptions about all the ensuing reforms in the penal institutions of the West. For as Foucault examines innovations that range from the abolition of torture to the institution of forced labor and the appearance of the modern penitentiary, he suggests that punishment has shifted its focus from the prisoner's body to his soul-and that our very concern with rehabilitation encourages and refines criminal activity.Lucidly reasoned and deftly marshaling a vast body of research, Discipline and Punish is a genuinely revolutionary book, whose implications extend beyond the prison to the minute power relations of our society.

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