Benthamic

Ben`tham´ic


a.1.Of or pertaining to Bentham or Benthamism.
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discern whether the majority of cited authorities echoed Benthamic or
the Benthamic pronouncement that the loyalty owed by a lawyer to his
Still, even though it seems plausible that encouraging the development of green virtues is more likely to be effective than encouraging the performance of Benthamic calculations, one might want to see more empirical evidence than Jamieson provides in support of his virtue approach.
See also James H Chadbourn, "Bentham and the Hearsay Rule: A Benthamic View of Rule 63 (4)(C) of the Uniform Rules of Evidence" (1962) 75:5 Harv L Rev 932 at 933 (arguing the influence did not extend to hearsay law--a complaint that seems to have since been rectified).
The Benthamic epiphany which followed--aided by the real-life heroics of the Girondists--confirmed that he would.
Chadbourn, Bentham and the Hearsay Rule--A Benthamic View of Rule 63(4)(c) of the Uniform Rules of Evidence, 75 HARV.
Its first appearances in what are recognised as the major penal codes occur in 1826 in Edward Livingston's Benthamic Code of Crimes and Punishments drafted for the State of Louisiana, and the United States.