Jeremy Bentham

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Noun1.Jeremy Bentham - English philosopher and juristJeremy Bentham - English philosopher and jurist; founder of utilitarianism (1748-1831)
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RENOWNED academic Jeremy Bentham is jetting off to New York next month and he's dead excited about it.
The lawyer said she knew of a case where the court refused to have the matter heard in camera, quoting a saying by Jeremy Bentham to the effect that publicity is the very soul of justice.
But William Godwin, Jeremy Bentham, and other classical utilitarians were dedicated humanists, deeply concerned with social reform, and often radically progressive on women's rights, sexual relations, and other cultural issues.
IThe great utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham once said: "The power of the lawyer is the uncertainty of the law.
The ideas go back to Jeremy Bentham, who first idealized a universal, scientific criminal law that was managed by skilful, disinterested officials.
Jeremy Bentham, A Comment on the Commentaries and A Fragment on Government 424 n.
Vick approaches this problem through a consideration of the liberal reformism of Cesare Beccaria and Jeremy Bentham, which helped to pave the way for a transition from irregular, and usually corporal, punishment to the regular, systematic liberal justice system that eschews corporal punishment but relies heavily on incarceration.
Arguing for gradual total abolition of death sentence even for terror-related crimes, Shah quoted British Philospher Jeremy Bentham to say "one can argue about the effectiveness of the death penalty generally.
Australian and UK contributors working in a variety of fields discuss happiness based on an authentic sense of the self in comparison to lies people tell themselves, economic instruments used to measure happiness, the psychological effects of the Western cultural obsession with happiness, problems with the idea that a positive mental attitude can change reality, the roots of the Western idea of happiness in the oFelicific Calculuso of Jeremy Bentham, happiness as a result of the exploitation of fossil fuels, portrayals in Russian novels from the 19th century, children's literature and happy endings, and happiness in relation to consumption, parenting, health, laughter, self-help, hope after catastrophe, and Australian satire and humor.
Summary: In 1809, Jeremy Bentham, the founder of utilitarianism, set to work on "The Book of Fallacies.
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