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A few other disciplines have considered the role of lunatic asylum buildings. The historical geographer Chris Philo, in his article “Enough to drive one mad”: the organisation of space in 19th century lunatic asylums” (1989), discusses asylum design. Philo discusses the application of the panopticon design, first proposed by Jeremy Bentham, in relation to lunatic asylums and its ultimate rejection, and follows this by briefly touching on a range of alternative arrangements for ward and day space to support surveillance of patients.
This new treatment was to find its first concrete expression in The Retreat, a Quaker asylum that became the model for the means of putting ideas of moral treatment into practice in a uniform way. Interestingly, it appears that the founders of the Retreat were not aware of Pinel’s work but followed a similar path based on their own beliefs, which were founded in Quakerism (Digby 1985: 32). In some way the new ideas of the treatment of the insane may have been a part of more subtle changes in society as a whole that Porter (1981–2: 15) has characterized as the new belief in the limitless possibilities of improvement in human knowledge and conduct.
The most important aspect of Pinel’s work was its focus on the moral treatment of patients. It is difficult to precisely define ‘moral’ in this context. It encompassed ideas about the treatment of the insane - which should be characterized by humanity, kindness and reason - and about the nature of the individual. Moral treatment focused on using the finer feelings of the afflicted to bring them back to sanity, by focusing on the will and powers of self-restraint. The treating doctor had a pivotal role as he used all of the means at his disposal, including reasoning and talking to the patient, to bring them back to sanity by addressing the particular ideas of the individual (Pinel 1806: 221–224).