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Chapter 5: Spaces of Indebtedness

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Dienst, R. (2017). Chapter 5: Spaces of Indebtedness. In Dienst, R. The Bonds of Debt. Verso, pp. 119-136

a type of building designed by English philosopher and social theorist Jeremy Bentham in the late 18th century; allows all (pan-) inmates to be observed (-opticon) by a single watchman without the inmates being able to tell whether or not they are being watched

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disciplinary society has its Panopticon, the extension of carceral logic from the penal system outward into all institutions of social conditioning

—p.120 by Richard Dienst
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disciplinary society has its Panopticon, the extension of carceral logic from the penal system outward into all institutions of social conditioning

—p.120 by Richard Dienst
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(adj) having or susceptible to many applications, interpretations, meanings, or values

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The key point hinges on the multivalent distinction between enclosure and indebtedness

re: a Deleuze quote (L’homme n’est plus l’homme enfermé, mais l’homme endetté.)

—p.121 by Richard Dienst
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The key point hinges on the multivalent distinction between enclosure and indebtedness

re: a Deleuze quote (L’homme n’est plus l’homme enfermé, mais l’homme endetté.)

—p.121 by Richard Dienst
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4 years, 5 months ago

philosophical and metaphysical theories of divine presence in which the divine encompasses or is manifested in the material world

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de Certeau’s analysis of the city presents itself as both an extension of Foucault’s critique of totalizing enclosure and as its immanent critique

—p.123 by Richard Dienst
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de Certeau’s analysis of the city presents itself as both an extension of Foucault’s critique of totalizing enclosure and as its immanent critique

—p.123 by Richard Dienst
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4 years, 5 months ago