Michael Emerson

<i>By Denise Martin</i><br>
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<b>I know you’re already talking about: Jeremy Bentham.</b><br>
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Because when “Lost” resumes, that’s sure as heck the first question I want answered: What does the 18th century English philosopher have to do with Locke and the island? A big shot-in-the-dark hint: Back in the day, Bentham drummed up the idea of a panopticon, a type of prison in which a guard might be able to watch all the prisoners without them being able to tell whether or not they’re being watched. Locke as Big Brother, anyone? (Wednesday)
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( Mario Perez )

By Denise Martin

I know you’re already talking about: Jeremy Bentham.

Because when “Lost” resumes, that’s sure as heck the first question I want answered: What does the 18th century English philosopher have to do with Locke and the island? A big shot-in-the-dark hint: Back in the day, Bentham drummed up the idea of a panopticon, a type of prison in which a guard might be able to watch all the prisoners without them being able to tell whether or not they’re being watched. Locke as Big Brother, anyone? (Wednesday)

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