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After Foucault’s intervention it has typically been a problematic, negative Panopticism – as constructed in the works of analysts influenced to various degrees by Foucault – that has emerged as a major constituent in analyses (see Boyne 2000), rather than Bentham’s texts more immediately. Social analysts captured by appreciations of Panopticism, including in relation to the study of management and accounting, have not been overly concerned to engage directly with Bentham’s texts. 14 Social analysts of accounting influenced to varying degrees by Foucault have linked accounting to such organisational manifestations or constructions.
Nevertheless, his argumentation also applies in principle to publicity as generally envisaged by Bentham. This is publicity ranging from the ‘free press’, which indeed Bentham was much concerned to defend, promote and extend (see Mack 1962: 182), to a publicity prescribed and validated by experts, for example, by ‘experts’ such as civil servants or ‘independent’ professionals, including, for Bentham (1843a), the short-hand writers, and/or by the state. Thus, there is affinity between Habermas and Bentham in respect of publicity of a broad scope.
Many of these at least implied accounting’s role, often as reformed, in the order of things they envisaged. 8 Bentham, intervening with his accounting texts in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century context, was influenced by many of the philosophical currents delineated above, and notably and in various ways by the texts of Bacon, Locke, Hobbes, Hutcheson, Hartley, Beccaria, Hume, Priestley, D’Alembert, Condillac, Condorcet, Montesquieu, Voltaire, Diderot and Helvétius (see Kayser 1932, Mack 1962, Russell 1962, Rosen 1983, Boralevi 1984).