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Utilitarianism and Distributive Justice: Jeremy Bentham and the Civil Law Hardcover – December 6, 1990

ISBN-13: 978-0198254188 ISBN-10: 0198254180

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a definite contribution to Bentham scholarship Times Higher Education Supplement Kelly has written an ambitious book of rich philosophical interest which will be essential reading for Bentham's intellectual friends and enemies alike Political Studies This book makes very full reference to Bentham secondary literature and to current debates in moral and political theory. Reasonably enough, the author expects no previous knowledge of either body or material. Readers ignorant of one of these fields will be reliably and fully informed about the other. Readers knowledgeable about Bentham will still learn something about him and be forced to face new challenges to their ideas. MIND Kelly's book has established an important set of issues for Bentham scholarship as well as for utilitarian theory. Utilitas

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Paul Kelly studied political philosophy at the University of York and from 1987-1989 was Bradley Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School

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