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Title: The "Greatest Happiness Principle" in Morals and Government, Explained and Defended. In Answer to the Edinburgh Review. Re-published from the Westminster Review, No. XXI; on the 1st Aug. 1829. Third Edition. Cohn 364; not in Chuo
Description: London T.C. Hansard, Printer . . Sold by Robert Heward [etc.] 1829. Later plain wraps, the original tract laid in, the title and last leaf dusty, 16 pages; with the Cruikshank engraving taking up most of the title page. The first part of the defense of the central principle of Bentham's utilitarianism, "[e]ach debater proved himself brilliant in the . . style of the period", responding to contributions by James Mill and T.B. Macaulay in the Edinburgh Review

Keywords: philosophy of law

Price: US$ 250.00 Seller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
- Book number: 77375

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