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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. Jeremy's Labyrinth
Discover hypertext versions of several important works by the political philosopher, Jeremy Bentham. Includes "The Rationale of Punishment." the birth of the philosopher, legal theorist and reformer, and political radical Jeremy Bentham (born 15 February, 1748).
Jeremy's Labyrinth: A Bentham Hypertext
These web pages were begun in honor of the 250th anniversary of the birth of the philosopher, legal theorist and reformer, and political radical Jeremy Bentham (born 15 February, 1748). We present here an hyper-text made up out of portions of Bentham's work, together with lectures, commentary, notes, essays, on Bentham. At present, what is here is the Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation The Rationale of Reward The Rationale of Punishment , and other texts, and some lectures about Bentham-that are linked into the IPML-by Stephen Darwall. The title of this section of the Classical Utilitarianism Web Site comes from this passage by Bentham in a manuscript in the University College, London, collection: I saw crimes of the most pernicious nature passing unheeded by the law: acts of no importance put in point of punishment upon a level with the most baneful crimes: punishments inflicted without measure and without choice: satisfaction denied for the most crying injuries: the doors of justice barred against a great majority of the people by the pressure of wanton impositions and unnecessary expense: false conclusions ensured in questions of fact by hasty and inconsistent rules of evidence: the business of hours spun out into years: impunity extended to acknowledged guilt and compensation snatched out of the hands of injured innocence: the measure of decision in many cases unformed: in others locked up and made the object of a monopoly: the various rights and duties of the various classes of mankind jumbled together into one immense and unsorted heap: men ruined for not knowing what they are neither enabled nor permitted ever to learn: and the whole fabric of jurisprudence a

2. Jeremy Bentham
Jeremy Bentham, Education on the Internet Jeremy Bentham, the son of alawyer, was born in London in 1748. A brilliant scholar, Bentham Category Reference Encyclopedias Reform of Parliament
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Jeremy Bentham , the son of a lawyer, was born in London in 1748. A brilliant scholar, Bentham entered Queen's College, Oxford r, Bentham produced a ser ies of books on philosophy, economics and politics.
Bentham's family had been Tories and for the first period of his life he shared their conservative political views. This changed after Bentham read the work of Joseph Priestley . One statement in particular from The First Principles of Government and the Nature of Political, Civil and Religious Liberty (1768) had a major impact on Bentham: "The good and happiness of the members, that is the majority of the members of the state, is the great standard by which every thing relating to that state must finally be determined."

3. Jeremy Bentham
Concise biography, list of works, picture and links.Category Society Philosophy Philosophers Bentham, Jeremy......Jeremy Bentham, 17481832. Born into a wealthy Tory family, Jeremy Benthamwas educated at Westminster school and Queen's College, Oxford.
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 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.

4. About Bentham
Jeremy Bentham. The philosopher and jurist Jeremy Bentham (17481832) was bornin Spitalfields, London, on 15 February 1748. Jeremy Bentham and UCL.
Jeremy Bentham
The philosopher and jurist Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) was born in Spitalfields, London, on 15 February 1748. He proved to be something of a child prodigy: while still a toddler he was discovered sitting at his father's desk reading a multi-volume history of England, and he began to study Latin at the age of three. At twelve, he was sent to Queen's College Oxford, his father, a prosperous attorney, having decided that Jeremy would follow him into the law, and feeling quite sure that his brilliant son would one day be Lord Chancellor of England. Bentham, however, soon became disillusioned with the law, especially after hearing the lectures of the leading authority of the day, Sir William Blackstone (1723-80). Instead of practising the law, he decided to write about it, and he spent his life criticising the existing law and suggesting ways for its improvement. His father's death in 1792 left him financially independent, and for nearly forty years he lived quietly in Westminster, producing between ten and twenty sheets of manuscript a day, even when he was in his eighties. Above left: Bentham in about 1790, aged about forty, and (right) in 1823, aged seventy five.

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Jeremy Bentham. February 15, 1748 – June 6, 1832. Published Works.
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References: Atkinson, Charles Milner, 1905, Jeremy Bentham: his life and work
Gli Italiani e Bentham : dalla "felicità pubblica" all'economia del benessere

Bahmueller, Charles F., 1981, The National Charity Company : Jeremy Bentham's silent revolution
Baumgardt, David, 1952, Bentham and the ethics of today : with Bentham manuscripts hitherto unpublished
Burns, J. H., 1962, Jeremy Bentham and University College
Campos Boralevi, Lea, 1980, Jeremy Bentham, padre del femminismo
Campos Boralevi, Lea, 1984, Bentham and the oppressed
Carrier, Richard, 1992,
A Christie, Ian R., 1993, The Benthams in Russia, 1780-1791
Crimmins, James E., 1990, Secular utilitarianism : social science and the critique of religion in the thought of Jeremy Bentham
D'Alessandro, Lucio, 1981, Utilitarismo morale e scienza della legislazione : Studio su Jeremy Bentham Davidson, William Leslie, 1915

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bentham jeremy. history of philosophy, biography english philosopherand political radical (17481832). In A Fragment on Government Jeremy

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Filosofo e giurista, n. a Londra il 15 febbraio 1748, m. ivi il 6 giugno 1832. Fu d'ingegno assai precoce, tanto da poter leggere a tre anni, parte della History of England di P. De Rapin, e iniziare l'anno seguente l'apprendimento del latino, Studiò a Westminster, quindi all'università di Oxford dove conseguì il grado di baccelliere (1763) e di «maestro in arti» (1766). Indirizzato dal padre all'avvocatura, cui non intendeva dedicarsi, la esercitò per breve tempo, e si volse quindi agli studi filosofici, formandosi particolarmente alle dottrine di Locke, Hume, Beccaria, Montesquieu, Helvétius. Pubblicò, anonimo, nel 1776, il suo primo lavoro, A Fragment of Government , in cui attaccava violentemente la costituzione inglese e indicava nel principio utilitaristico il fondamento delle dottrine etico-giuridiche. Compì, nel 1785, passando per l'Italia e per Costantinopoli, un viaggio in Russia - per visitare il fratello, ingegnere navale di Caterina II - e colà scrisse la Defence of usury (1787). Tornato in Inghilterra pubblicò la sua opera principale cui attendeva da molti anni:

8. BENTHAM Jeremy
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Bentham Jeremy (1748-1832), angielski prawnik, ekonomista i filozof, prekursor pozytywizmu prawniczego . Wykszta³cony na uniwersytecie w Oksfordzie, dzia³a³ jako uczony nie zwi±zany z ¿adnym uniwersytetem. D±¿y³ do wprowadzenia reformy prawa karnego i wiêziennictwa, jeden z g³ównych przedstawicieli liberalizmu , w ekonomii - rzecznik zasady wolnej konkurencji. W filozofii stworzy³ kierunek zwany utylitaryzmem , nawi±zuj±cy do angielskiego empiryzmu (da³ pocz±tek tzw. empiryzmowi logicznemu). Uwa¿a³, ¿e rozumne d±¿enie do osobistego szczê¶cia prowadzi do wiêkszej pomy¶lno¶ci ogó³u. Sformu³owa³ system etyki utylitarystycznej (wywodz±cej siê z  hedonizmu ), zgodnie z któr± postêpowanie cz³owieka jest moralne, gdy d±¿y on do "najwiêkszego szczê¶cia najwiêkszej liczby ludzi" (zasada ta sta³a siê has³em utylitaryzmu). Przyczyni³ siê do zreformowania systemu polit.-prawnego w Anglii i in. pañstwach. G³ówna praca: Wprowadzenie do zasad moralno¶ci i prawodawstwa (1789, wyd. pol. 1961).

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(Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by J. H. Burns, Jeremy Bentham, Ross Harrison (Editor), Herbert L. Hart. Originally prepared as a part of Bentham's Collected Works, this volume now makes one of the central texts in the development of utilitarian tradition available in its own authoritative 1977 edition. Click here to learn more about this book Click here for more Bentham Books Click here for 19th Century Philosophy Books Click here for Philosophy Bestsellers List ... The Bentham Project The aim of the Bentham Project is to produce a new scholarly edition of the works and correspondence of Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832), the influential jurist, philosopher, and social scientist, whom A.J.P. Taylor described as `the most formidable reasoner who ever applied his gifts to the practical questions of administration and politics'.

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Jeremy Bentham. AI Artificial Intelligence (Widescreen Special Edition). An Introductionto the Principles of Morals and Legislation (Bentham, Jeremy, Works.).
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jeremy Bentham February 15 ), the founder of Utilitarianism , was an English lawyer eccentric , and philosopher He was educated at Westminster School and Queen's College, Oxford and went on to study for the bar before becoming deeply frustrated with the complexity of the English legal code. Most of his life's work proceeded out of his efforts to reform this code and to devise moral principles on which such reforms should be based. This philosophy, utilitarianism , argued that the greatest good was whatever policy would cause the greatest happiness for the greatest number. Utilitarianism was revised and expanded by Bentham's more famous disciple, John Stuart Mill . In Mill's hands, "Benthamism" became a major element in the liberal conception of state policy objectives.

16. Jeremy Bentham [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Entry on bentham at the Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy.Category Society Philosophy Philosophers bentham, jeremy......jeremy bentham (17481832). Table of Contents (Clicking on the links below will takeyou to that part of this article) The correspondence of jeremy bentham, Ed.
Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) Table of Contents (Clicking on the links below will take you to that part of this article)
Life A leading theorist in Anglo-American philosophy of law and one of the 'founders' of utilitarianism, Jeremy Bentham was born in Houndsditch, in London, on 15 February 1748. He was the son and grandson of attorneys, and his early family life was coloured by a mix of pious superstition (on his mother's side) and Enlightenment rationalism (from his father). Bentham lived during a time of major social, political and economic change. The 'industrial revolution,' with the massive economic and social shifts that it brought in its wake, the rise of the middle class, revolutions in France and Americaall were reflected in Bentham's reflections on existing institutions. In 1760 Bentham entered Queen's College, Oxford and, upon graduation in 1764, studied law at Lincoln's Inn. Though qualified to practice law, he never did so. Instead, he devoted most of his life to writing on matters of legal reformthough, curiously, he made little effort to publish much of what he wrote. Bentham spent his time in intense study, often writing some eight to twelve hours a day. While most of his best known work deals with theoretical questions in law, Bentham was an active polemicist and he was engaged for some time in developing projects that proposed various 'practical' ideas for the reform of social institutions. Although his work came to have an important influence on political philosophy, Bentham did not write any single text gave the essential principles of his views on this topic. His most important theoretical work is the

17. UCL: Bentham Project Home Page
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Der englische Philosoph In seinem wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Essay In defense of Usury (1787) geht er von der These beurteilen In Principles of Morals and Legislation Leid und Freude als Konstanten der menschlichen Natur, die bei der Bestimmung des eine entscheidende Rolle spielen. Bentham verweist auf vier Quellen von Freude und Schmerz und skizziert einen hedonistischen Wie Smith Dieses Prinzip verband er mit dem demokratischen Prinzip Streben Wahrscheinlichkeit Personen Im Sinne des wohlverstandenen Interesses Jevons In der Philosophie wirkte Benthams Utilitarismus insbesondere auf die Philosophie von Mill Sidgwick und James powered by Uwe Wiedemann

19. Intro And TOC, Jeremy Bentham, Principles Of International Law
The text of this work (17861789) was scanned in from Volume 2 of the 1843 Bowring Edition of bentham's works (pp. 535560), the first publication thereof.
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  • Essay I Objects of International Law. Essay II Of Subjects, or of the Personal Extent of the Dominion of the Law. Essay III Of War, considered in respect of its Causes and Consequences. Essay IV A Plan for an Universal and Perpetual Peace.
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20. SW25: New Address
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