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Panopticism Inside the Workplace

Originally while playing The Stanley Parable, I was very interested in the many different paths and unique endings. The ending that I have chosen to focus my argument towards is the ending where you follow all of the narrator’s commands. … Continue reading

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Eggers and Control

In class we talked about the scene where cameras were placed in high risk areas for civilian militant action. How Eggers frames this argument is pretty clever. We discussed how it would be very difficult going against a plan positively … Continue reading

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Foucault: Points to Ponder

When we were discussing Michel Foucault’s Panopticism, I could not help but to see resemblances in his ideas in another work by him that I read last semester. A Brief history of Sexuality by Foucault also discusses the need for … Continue reading

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