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  1. Utilitarianism and Other Essays by John Stuart Mill, Jeremy Bentham, 1987-08-04
  2. Panopticon Writings (Wo Es War) by Jeremy Bentham, 1995-08-01
  3. Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence (The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham) by Jeremy Bentham, 2010-07-29
  4. The Principles of Morals and Legislation by Jeremy Bentham, 2010-01-11
  5. The Works of Jeremy Bentham: Published under the Superintendence of His Executor, John Bowring. Volume 1 by Jeremy Bentham, 2001-08-23
  6. Constitutional Code, Vol. 1 (The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham) by Jeremy Bentham, 1983-05-19
  7. Doctor Who: The Early Years by Jeremy Bentham, 1988-05
  8. Bentham: A Guide for the Perplexed (Continuum Guides for the Perplexed) by Philip Schofield, 2009-06-15
  9. An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation(with linked TOC) by Jeremy Bentham, 2010-04-28
  10. Of Laws in General (The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham: Principles of Legislation) by Jeremy Bentham, 1970-06
  11. Of Laws in General (The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham: Principles of Legislation) by Jeremy Bentham, 1970-06
  12. Introduction To The Study Of The Works Of Jeremy Bentham (1843) by John Hill Burton, 2010-05-22
  13. The works of Jeremy Bentham now first collected under the superintendence by Jeremy Bentham, 2009-08-15
  14. Behold the Antichrist: Bentham on Religion by Delos Banning McKown, 2004-05

1. Bentham, Jeremy
Chrestomathia (Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham), The Principles of Morals and Legislation (Great Books in Philosophy), Political Tactics (Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham
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  • 2. Essays On Bentham Jeremy
    The Morality of Taking a Life . The Bible addresses the issue and does not produce as complete or direct an answer as one might think, and the utilitarian Jeremy Bentham also
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    .... The Bible addresses the issue and does not produce as complete or direct an answer as one might think, and the utilitarian Jeremy Bentham also offers a ....
    Utilitarianism and Kantian Ethics

    Bentham was accused by Mill of having devised a system which was grounded in the lower or physical pleasures. The intricate system ....
    Kant and Mill on Deontology, Ethics, and Utilitarianism

    Deontology as developed in the philosophical system of Immanuel Kant and utilitarianism as presented by both Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill together form ....
    Analyses of Rights

    An essay or paper on Analyses of Rights. The purpose of this research is to examine analyses of rights by HLA Hart, John Austin, and Jeremy Bentham
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    .... have shown not merely what liberty is, but also why it is important that it be cherished; like his utilitarian forebears, Jeremy Bentham and father James Mill ....

    3. Financial Dictionary - The Language Of Money
    (1748 1832)UK philosopher and legal reformer, educated at Oxford. Bentham held that
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    4. Jeremy Bentham - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Extensive collection of links to writings by and about Bentham. Jeremy Bentham, categorised links; Jeremy Bentham's Life and Impact; Benthamism Catholic Encyclopedia article
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Jeremy Bentham Full name Jeremy Bentham Born 15 February 1748
    London, England Died 6 June 1832
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    19th century School Utilitarianism legal positivism liberalism Main interests Political philosophy, philosophy of law, ethics, economics Notable ideas Greatest happiness principle Influenced by Protagoras Epicurus Locke Hume ... Hobbes Influenced Mill Sidgwick Foucault Singer ... Owen Signature Jeremy Bentham (pronounced /ˈbɛnθəm/ or /ˈbɛntəm/ ; 15 February 1748 – 6 June 1832) was an English jurist philosopher , and legal and social reformer. He became a leading theorist in Anglo-American philosophy of law and a political radical whose ideas influenced the development of welfarism . He is best known for his advocacy of utilitarianism and the ethical treatment of animals, and the idea of the panopticon His position included arguments in favour of individual and economic freedom, usury , the separation of church and state , freedom of expression, equal rights for women, the right to divorce, and the decriminalising of homosexual acts. He argued for the abolition of slavery and the death penalty and for the abolition of physical punishment, including that of children.

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    SUMMARY Bentham's writings for the French Revolution were dominated by the themes of rights, representation, and reform. In 'Nonsense upon Stilts' (hitherto known as 'Anarchical Fallacies'), the most devastating attack on the theory of natural rights ever written, he argued that natural rights provided an unsuitable basis for stable legal and political arrangements. In discussing the nature of representation he produced the earliest utilitarian justification of political equality and representative democracy, even recommending women's suffrage. SUMMARY Bentham's writings for the French Revolution were dominated by the themes of rights, representation, and reform. In 'Nonsense upon Stilts' (hitherto known as 'Anarchical Fallacies'), the most devastating attack on the theory of natural rights ever written, he argued that natural rights provided an unsuitable basis for stable legal and political arr...

    6. Bentham, Jeremy [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
    Entry on Bentham at the Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy.
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    Jeremy Bentham (1748—1832)
    Jeremy Bentham was an English philosopher and political radical. He is primarily known today for his moral philosophy , especially his principle of utilitarianism, which evaluates actions based upon their consequences. The relevant consequences, in particular, are the overall happiness created for everyone affected by the action. Influenced by many enlightenment thinkers, especially empiricists such as John Locke and David Hume , Bentham developed an ethical theory grounded in a largely empiricist account of human nature. He famously held a hedonistic account of both motivation and value according to which what is fundamentally valuable and what ultimately motivates us is pleasure and pain. Happiness, according to Bentham, is thus a matter of experiencing pleasure and lack of pain. Although he never practiced law, Bentham did write a great deal of philosophy of law , spending most of his life critiquing the existing law and strongly advocating legal reform. Throughout his work, he critiques various natural accounts of law legal positivism John Stuart Mill , John Austin, and other consequentialists
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    Bentham, Jeremy (1748–1832) English philosopher, legal and social reformer, and founder of utilitarianism. He believed that every individual action could be submitted to a
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    9. Bentham , By John Stuart Mill
    The 1859 edition of this critique of Bentham s utilitarianism.
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    Bentham, Jeremy, 1748–1832, English philosopher, jurist, political theorist, and founder of utilitarianism utilitarianism, in ethics, the theory that the rightness or wrongness of
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    The most notable law reformer in the Englishspeaking world, English philosopher, jurist, economist, and political scientist Jeremy Bentham argued for a tolerant attitude toward
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    Bentham, Jeremy (1748-1832) page: Bentham argued that the threatened outrage at Sodom did not involve consensual sex, but was rather a mass rape violative of eastern traditions of hospitality. He noted that none of the Old Testament prophets who mentioned Sodom associated the city with homosexuality, nor does Jesus do so in the gospels. Pointedly, he contrasts Paul's vehement denunciation of homosexuality with Jesus' silence on the subject. Bentham's radicalism leads him to interpret the story of David and Jonathan as a homosexual romance akin to that of Aristogiton and Harmodius or Nisus and Euryalus, and more daringly, to argue that the bond between Jesus and John "the beloved disciple" was of the same sort. Sponsor Message.

    12. Jeremy Bentham
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    Jeremy Bentham, 1748-1832.
    British gentleman, political activist, legal scholar, social philosopher , linguist, Jeremy Bentham is best known as the founder of British "utilitarianism " or "philosophical radicalism". Born into a wealthy Tory family, Jeremy Bentham was educated at Westminster school and Queen's College, Oxford. He trained as a lawyer and was called to the bar in 1769. His independent wealth permitted him to set himself up as a writer in London. According to his contemporary William Hazlitt, "Bentham has lived for the last forty years in a house in Westminster...like an anchorite in a cell, reducing law to a system, and the mind of man to a machine." In 1768 that Bentham came across a political tract by Joseph Priestley in which the the phrase "the greatest happiness for the greatest number" was invoked. Intrigued, Bentham followed this up by reading Hume , Helvetius and Beccaria and slowly began forming his utilitarian ideas. Bentham's first book (1776) was an attack on Blackstone's immensely popular Commentaries on the Laws of England . For Bentham, Blackstone's obsession with the "rule of law" made a fetish out of ancient laws that were long outdated and prevented the passing of new legislation more appropriate for changing circumstances. Bentham claimed that all laws, ancient and modern, should be evaluated according to the single ethical principle of "utility". A law is good or bad depending upon whether or not it increased general happiness of the population.

    13. Jeremy Bentham
    English utilitarian philosopher and social reformer (1748 1832) English utilitarian philosopher and social reformer. He first attained attention as a critic of the leading legal
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    Jeremy Bentham
    "English utilitarian philosopher and social reformer . He first attained attention as a critic of the leading legal theorist in eighteenth century England, Sir William Blackstone. Bentham's campaign for social and political reforms in all areas, most notably the criminal law, had its theoretical basis in his utilitarianism , expounded in his Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation , a work written in 1780 but not published until 1789. In it he formulated the principle of utility , which approves of an action in so far as an action has an overall tendency to promote the greatest amount of happiness. Happiness is identified with pleasure and the absence of pain. To work out the overall tendency of an action, Bentham sketched a felicific ("happiness-making") calculus , which takes into account the intensity, duration, likelihood, extent, etc of pleasures and pains. In Bentham's theory, an action conforming to the principle of utility is right or at least not wrong; it ought to be done, or at least it is not the case that it ought not be done. But Bentham does not use the word ' duty ' here. For Bentham, rights and duties are legal notions, linked with the notions of command and sanction. What we call moral duties and rights would require a moral legislator (a divine being presumably) but theological notions are outside the scope of his theory. To talk of natural rights and duties suggests, as it were, a law without a legislator, and is nonsensical in the same way as talk of a son without a parent. Apart from theoretical considerations, Bentham also condemned the belief in natural rights on the grounds that it inspired violence and bloodshed, as seen in the excesses of the French Revolution.

    14. Bentham Project
    Official site of this University College of London initiative to publish a corrected edition of the complete works of Jeremy Bentham. Project information is supplemented by a biography of the thinker, and links to texts and other resources.
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    This web site gives information on Jeremy Bentham and about the work of the Bentham Project. We are the world centre for Bentham Studies and our main activity is the production of the new edition of Bentham's Collected Works
    The Bentham Project has recently begun an initiative to transcribe the manuscripts of Jeremy Bentham. Transcribe Bentham was formally launched in September 2010.
    • The first international seminar of the European Network of Utilitarian Scholars (E-Nous) on "Utilitarianism and Constitution" will take place on 28 and 29 October 2010 at the University of Granada. The Bentham Project is pleased to announce that Transcribe Bentham , A Participatory Initiative has officially been launched! Please visit our Transcription Desk and try your hand at transcribing one of Bentham's manuscripts! The 12th conference of the International Society for Utilitarian Studies will take place at the Stern School of Business, New York University on 8-11 August 2012

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    16. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Benthamism
    An article from the 1912 Catholic Encyclopedia. Features biographical information and a short bibliography.
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    Jeremy Bentham an English jurist and reformer , born at Houndsditch, London, 15 February, 1748; died in London 6 June, 1832, was of middle-class parentage . After passing through Westminster school he went to Oxford , where he took his Bachelor's degree in 1763 and his Master's degree in 1776. He qualified for the Bar , but soon, disgusted with what he called the "Demon of Chicane", he abandoned the practice of law and devoted himself to the study of philosophers then in favour, chiefly Locke , Hume, Montesquieu Beccaria , and Barrington . Under the influence of these writers, he entered upon what proved to be a lifelong and fruitful career of speculation upon the principles of legislation and political government. Bentham's primary purpose was not the construction of theories or the establishment of abstract principles. He first attacked specific abuses in the English system of penal legislation. In tracing these abuses to their source he was led to investigate the ultimate principles of law ; and subsequently he undertook to construct a complete science of legislation. In like manner, his efforts to lay bare the

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    Jeremy Bentham. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS E very law is an infraction of liberty. —J eremy B entham. Described as a philosopher, jurist, and reformer, Jeremy Bentham is possibly best known as
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    18. Jeremy Bentham
    Categorized list of Bentham-related material. Includes books, articles, writings on Bentham and encyclopedia entries.
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    Jeremy Bentham www.utilitarian.net/bentham Create all the happiness you are able to create; remove all the misery you are able to remove. Every day will allow you, will invite you to add something to the pleasure of others, or to diminish something of their pains. And for every grain of enjoyment you sow in the bosom of another, you shall find a harvest in your own bosom, while every sorrow which you pluck out from the thoughts and feelings of a fellow creature shall be replaced by beautiful flowers of peace and joy in the sanctuary of your soul. Advise to a young girl, June 22, 1830 Latest Updates new additions underlined October 31, 3006 Just published: Utility and Democracy: The Political Thought of Jeremy Bentham (New York: Oxford University Press), by Philip Schofield. Research on Well-Being: Some Advice from Jeremy Bentham . By David Collard. Philosophy of the Social Sciences , September, 2006. Mill, Bentham and 'Internal Culture' . By Colin Heydt. British Journal for the History of Philosophy , May, 2006. The Influence of Mary Bentham on John Stuart Mill . By Catherine Pease-Watkin. Journal of Bentham Studies December 3, 2005

    19. Bentham, Jeremy [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
    Jeremy Bentham (1748—1832) Jeremy Bentham was an English philosopher and political radical. He is primarily known today for his moral philosophy, especially his principle of
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    Jeremy Bentham (1748—1832)
    Jeremy Bentham was an English philosopher and political radical. He is primarily known today for his moral philosophy , especially his principle of utilitarianism, which evaluates actions based upon their consequences. The relevant consequences, in particular, are the overall happiness created for everyone affected by the action. Influenced by many enlightenment thinkers, especially empiricists such as John Locke and David Hume , Bentham developed an ethical theory grounded in a largely empiricist account of human nature. He famously held a hedonistic account of both motivation and value according to which what is fundamentally valuable and what ultimately motivates us is pleasure and pain. Happiness, according to Bentham, is thus a matter of experiencing pleasure and lack of pain. Although he never practiced law, Bentham did write a great deal of philosophy of law , spending most of his life critiquing the existing law and strongly advocating legal reform. Throughout his work, he critiques various natural accounts of law legal positivism John Stuart Mill , John Austin, and other consequentialists
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