[Daily Caller] - The bones of philosopher Jeremy Bentham may be locked in a case at University College London, but Bentham's ghost is flying around universities and government buildings, animating nice people. These otherwise intelligent folks are engaging in so-called
[BBC News (blog)] - He believes the evidence-based principles of the organisation might help deliver the ideals of the Enlightenment, when great British thinkers, including Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart-Mill, were arguing that "the good society is one where there is the
[Walrus Magazine (blog)] - Jeremy Bentham captured the reason why with his famous line, “The question is not, Can they reason? nor Can they talk? but, Can they suffer?” Some of our strongest ethical instincts are captured by the school of thought known as utilitarianism
[University Daily Kansan] - The philosopher Jeremy Bentham rigorously examined — and encouraged others to examine — many issues. He observed changing ideas about race and said: “It may one day come to be recognized that the number of legs … or the termination of the os sacrum
[The Economist (blog)] - That may seem quaint, an artifact of the era when natural rights were considered, in Jeremy Bentham's phrase, "nonsense upon stilts". And it contributes to the idea that the constitution, which is only a human creation, is somehow sacrosanct.
[Le Monde] - Tout commence en 1789, mais de l'autre côté de la Manche, avec le philosophe utilitariste Jeremy Bentham ( ). S'il change la donne, c'est qu'en parlant des animaux Bentham écrit : "La question n'est pas : "Peuvent-ils raisonner ?
[La Nueva España] - A fin de cuentas, todo se reduce a cumplir la frase del pensador inglés Jeremy Bentham: «El fin de la ley es obtener la mayor ventaja para el mayor número posible». Imagínense ahora la siguiente situación. Son padres de un hijo que
[Amálgama (Blogue)] da perda sofrida por Darwin quando morre prematuramente, Annie funciona na narrativa como a “consciência científica” de Darwin contraposta aos temores cristãos que o atormentam e paralisam encarnados em Emma e no Reverendo Annis (Jeremy Bentham).