OTHER WORDS FROM BenthamismBen·tham·ic [ben-tham-ik, -tam-] /bɛnˈθæm ɪk, -ˈtæm-/, adjectiveBen·tham·ite [ben-thuh-mahyt, -tuh-] /ˈbɛn θəˌmaɪt, -tə-/, noun
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But what was the message which could reach a hard-headed young 'lawyer by nature' with a turn for Benthamism?The Life of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, Bart., K.C.S.I.|Sir Leslie Stephen
The student, therefore, comes to wonder if there is anything which is not Benthamism.
For all its philanthropy, Benthamism did not settle the problem of the conditions of life among the working classes.
The failure was of the sort which was inevitably incident to Benthamism.
I often amuse myself by trying to imagine what Bentham would have said of Benthamism expounded by Mill.