That's Entertainment: The Observation Principle from Bentham to Foucault (Oceania)

That s Entertainment The Observation Principle from Bentham to Foucault Oceania When George Orwell published his dystopian novel in many believed that the totalitarian state that Orwell described couldn t possibly come into existence by the year Others thought tha

  • Title: That's Entertainment: The Observation Principle from Bentham to Foucault (Oceania)
  • Author: Charlie Canning
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  • That's Entertainment: The Observation Principle from Bentham to Foucault (Oceania)

    When George Orwell published his dystopian novel 1984 in 1949, many believed that the totalitarian state that Orwell described couldn t possibly come into existence by the year 1984 Others thought that it was already manifesting itself on both sides of the Iron Curtain.Since 1949, we have gone well beyond the nightmare world of Orwell s 1984 In Orwell s day and in the pWhen George Orwell published his dystopian novel 1984 in 1949, many believed that the totalitarian state that Orwell described couldn t possibly come into existence by the year 1984 Others thought that it was already manifesting itself on both sides of the Iron Curtain.Since 1949, we have gone well beyond the nightmare world of Orwell s 1984 In Orwell s day and in the projected time of the narrative , the power to crush an individual was in the hands of the state and Winston Smith clearly knew where the blows were coming from Now any loose confederation of individuals within a community be it school, town, city, or global village can completely destroy a person s life.The chief way that the state exercises power in Orwell s 1984 is through surveillance In Orwell s futuristic world, the surveillance work is done by camera, much the same as it is today But the underlying principle of observation as a form of power is much older than closed circuit TV.In this essay, I begin with Jeremy Bentham s Panopticon and the observation principle as a method of control I then discuss Foucault s development of the observation principle as applied to modern life Finally, I take up ways in which observation is now diffused throughout society as a means of both control and entertainment.

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