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  The Zen Master Hoshin lived in China many years. Then he returned to the northeastern part of Japan, where he taught his disciples. When he was getting very old, he told them a story he had heard in China. This is the story: One year on... continue...

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panopticon  [pan-op-ti-kon]

a building, as a prison, hospital, library, or the like, so arranged that all parts of the interior are visible from a single point.

1.  an area where everything is visible 
2.  a circular prison with cells distributed around a central surveillance station; proposed by Jeremy Bentham in 1791 


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