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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During the eighteenth century Benthamism had gone through its period of incubation.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen
I often amuse myself by trying to imagine what Bentham would have said of Benthamism expounded by Mill.
The strong points of Benthamism may, I think, be summed up in two words.
But what was the message which could reach a hard-headed young 'lawyer by nature' with a turn for Benthamism?
The argument shows the way in which his religious beliefs were combined with his Benthamism.