An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation

Jeremy Bentham, from the Warren J. Samuels Portrait Collection
Bentham, Jeremy
(1748-1832)
CEE
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Editor/Trans.
First Pub. Date
1789
Publisher/Edition
Oxford: Clarendon Press
Pub. Date
1907
Comments
1907 reprint of 1823 edition. (First printed 1780.)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface
I Of the Principle of Utility
II Of Principles Adverse to that of Utility
III Of the Four Sanctions or Sources of Pain and Pleasure
IV Value of a Lot of Pleasure or Pain, How to be Measured
V Pleasures and Pains, Their Kinds
VI Of Circumstances Influencing Sensibility
VII Of Human Actions in General
VIII Of Intentionality
IX Of Consciousness
X Of Motives
XI Of Human Dispositions in General
XII Of the Consequences of a Mischievous Act
XIII Cases Unmeet for Punishment
XIV Of the Proportion between Punishments and Offences
XV Of the Properties to be Given to a Lot of Punishment
XVI, Sections 1-2 Division of Offences
XVI, Sections 3-4 Division of Offences
XVII Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence
Footnotes (Chapters 1-9)
Footnotes, continued (Chapters 10-15)
Footnotes, continued (Chapters 16-17)
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