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Panopticism After reading and reviewing the essay of Panopticism I realized what this term was and it is something that it is happening constantly in our world that is being seen or spied without us being able to realize it They wanted us to always be doing what they want what their laws say and not what we want or what we would like to do Everything started in the town when the plague was in it everyone had to go to their house and stay there until new orders the government declared quarantine and they could get out of the house again until when the plague was over They were like in jail and whoever that was not in their house without permission was going to be accused to have the plague too because he was not following their orders So each time that something like this happen the syndic had to be seeing at everyone at the same time and that was not possible because of the size that a town could have That is why they decided the Panopticon it was a very big construction where the same person could be looking at anyone at anytime without been seeing What they wanted from this was power because having that then they could look at what any person that is in there they could see what the person is doing and they are making think that person that heshe is being seen but at the same time heshe may not so they always have to be thinking of what they are doing before doing it Now that they knew that they had all the power that they wanted into that thing what they wanted to do now was to experiment with the prisoners that were inside the Panopticon They wanted to know how they would behave against some kind of punishment or to anything different than what they were doing before
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