The Object of Discipline

I am currently reading Discipline and Punish and I need a little
clarification. According to Foucault, "the art of punishing in the
regime of disciplinary power is aimed neither at expiation, nor even
precisely at repression." Then what, according to Foucault, does
disciplinary punishment aim to do?

Thank You
William Bock

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