Philosophy Across Prison Walls 
	Jeffrey R. Paris, University of San Francisco

At the intersection of prison education with service-learning courses, 
university students discover the humanity of inmates via the latter’s 
principled concern with ethics and morality.  Service learning becomes 
opposition to our prison nation, for it demonstrates the permeability 
of prison walls and highlights the practical importance of the analyses 
of Michel Foucault on the panopticon and Angela Davis on the 
prison-industrial complex.
                      
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