Planted, 2015 - Exploring the dominion of CCTV and other surveillance cameras across London, Planted considers Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon and later Michel Foucault’s description of the disciplinary effects constant observation has on society. As the foliage wilts and shrivels, it’s purpose is gradually revealed raising questions about security and it’s true nature exploring the tension between surveillance and control, protection and intrusion.

Planted, 2015 - Exploring the dominion of CCTV and other surveillance cameras across London, Planted considers Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon and later Michel Foucault’s description of the disciplinary effects constant observation has on society. As the foliage wilts and shrivels, it’s purpose is gradually revealed raising questions about security and it’s true nature exploring the tension between surveillance and control, protection and intrusion.

Famous Philosophers: What Did Jeremy Bentham Believe?

Famous Philosophers: What Did Jeremy Bentham Believe?

Jeremy Bentham Feb 1748 – June 1832. He is regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism. When he was 21 he made a will leaving his body for dissection to friend/physician George Fordyce.  His skeleton and head were preserved and stored in a wooden cabinet called Auto-icon with the skeleton padded out with hay and dressed in Bentham's clothes. It was acquired by Univ College London in 1850. The real head was displayed in the case for many years but became the target of student pranks.

How could I not post about Jeremy Bentham and his “auto-icon”? From Wikipedia: “ As requested in his will, Bentham’s body was dissected as part of a public anatomy lecture. Afterward, the skeleton and.

Savoirs Réécouter L'économie du bonheur (1/4) : Dans la peau de Jeremy Bentham 59 MIN L'économie du bonheur (1/4) Dans la peau de Jeremy Bentham 29/01/2018 France Culture

L'économie du bonheur (1/4) : Dans la peau de Jeremy Bentham

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Jeremy Bentham's mummified body and wax head, with his actual head at his feet.

bentham-and-his-two-heads Jeremy Bentham when they staffed him and put him on display in that British museum. (You see his fake head on top, see, as his actual, somewhat worse-for-the-wear head rests under the chair on which he sits.

L'économie du bonheur (1/4) : Dans la peau de Jeremy Bentham

L'économie du bonheur (1/4) : Dans la peau de Jeremy Bentham

jeremy bentham's auto-icon (unfortunately no longer displayed with real head), london

Jeremy Bentham's Auto-Icon

Discover Jeremy Bentham's Auto-Icon in London, England: The remains of the great moral philosopher reside in a cabinet in London.

Bodies end up being preserved in many ways, for many reasons, and through many different means. Few are as unique as Jeremy Bentham's preserved head and...

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Severed head of eccentric Jeremy Bentham to go on display as scientists test DNA to see if he was autistic

The 'Auto-Icon' of philosopher Jeremy Bentham at University College, London.    The cabinet contains Bentham's preserved skeleton, dressed in his own clothes, and surmounted by a wax head. Bentham requested that his body be preserved in this way in his will made shortly before his death on 6 June 1832. The cabinet was moved to UCL in 1850.

The cabinet contains Bentham's preserved skeleton, dressed in his own clothes, and surmounted by a wax head. Bentham requested that his body be preserved in this way in his will made shortly before his death on 6 June The cabinet was moved to UCL in

Engraving from c.1785. English social reformer Jeremy Bentham argues for the repeal of sodomy laws in his essay known as the “On Paederasty”.

Engraving from c.1785. English social reformer Jeremy Bentham argues for the repeal of sodomy laws in his essay known as the “On Paederasty”.

Planted, 2015 - Exploring the dominion of CCTV and other surveillance cameras across London, Planted considers Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon and later Michel Foucault’s description of the disciplinary effects constant observation has on society. As the foliage wilts and shrivels, it’s purpose is gradually revealed raising questions about security and it’s true nature exploring the tension between surveillance and control, protection and intrusion.

Planted, 2015 - Exploring the dominion of CCTV and other surveillance cameras across London, Planted considers Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon and later Michel Foucault’s description of the disciplinary effects constant observation has on society. As the foliage wilts and shrivels, it’s purpose is gradually revealed raising questions about security and it’s true nature exploring the tension between surveillance and control, protection and intrusion.

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Utilitarian philosophers advocated the introduction of British institutions and ideas along with the eradication of social abuses. Both groups agreed that Western education in the English language was the key to reform.

The question is not can they talk, can they reason, but can they suffer? - Jeremy Bentham

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The question is not can they talk, can they reason, but can they suffer? - Jeremy Bentham

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