Definition of Bentham, Jeremy in English:

Bentham, Jeremy

Syllabification: Ben·tham, Jeremy
Pronunciation: /ˈbenTHəm
 
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  • (1748–1832), English philosopher and jurist, the first major proponent of utilitarianism. He wrote Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation (1789).

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