The Growth of Philosophic Radicalism

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INDEX
ABERCROMBIE, JOHN, 302
Adam, Robert, 252
Addington, Henry, 252
'Adjective ' law, 36, 166, 373, 483
Alexander I, Emperor, applies to Bentham, 296
Allen, William, collaborates with J. Mill, 285, 286, 301
Anderson, James, on law of rent, 276, 277
Anti-clericalism, 291, 365
Anti-Corn-Law Association, 513, 514
Apprenticeship, Statute of, 370, 371
Armies, professional, 141, 142
Ashurst, Sir William, 81
Associationism, Brown, 452 Gay, 11; Hartley, 7, 8, 9, 16, 17; Hume, 9, 10, 11, 435; J. Mill, 437, 438, 448; J. S. Mill, 455; Priestley, 440; Stewart, 450; Tooke, 447, 448
Austin, Charles, 23, 485
Austin, John, Lectures,483; 509
BAILEY,SAMUEL, on value of labour, 353, 354
Bayle, Peter, 141
Beccaria, Cesare, 3, 4, 33, 56, 67; influenced by Helvetius, 21; on Blackstone's science of law, 36; influence on Bentham, 52; on punishment of crimes, 57, 58, 59, 64, 70, 71, 392
Bedford, Duke of, 162, 163
Bell, Dr. Andrew, 282, 285
Belsham, Thomas, Philosophy of the Mind;437, 438, 439
Bentham, Jeremiah, 18, 251
Bentham, Jeremy, childhood, 5 ff., 18, 19, 144, 387; influenced by Helvetius, 18, 19; refutation of Blackstone, 23; in Russia, 24, 86, 87; and Paley, 24; prison reform, 24; pleasures and pains, 30 ff. ; moral system, 34; philosophy of law, 35 ff. ; punishment and crimes, 55, 56; meets Dumont, 75, 87; economic and political theories, 88; the social contract, 135, 136; influenced by Shelburne, 145, 147 political problems, 155 ff. ; a democrat, 168; his republicanism, 172; hostility to French Revolution, 177; security, 205 ff.; industrialism, 222; reputation increased, 296 ff. ; and Alexander of Russia, 296, 298; his debt to J. Mill, 309; character summarised, 309; last days and death, 479
Bentham, Jeremy, chief references to Works:
Anarchical Fallacies,175
Catechism of Parliamentary Reform, 258
Chrestomathia,19, 286, 287, 288
Church of Englandism,291, 295
Defence of Usury,24, 89, 153, 173
Draught for a Code . . . in France,167
Deontology,455
Elements of Packing,300
Emancipate your Colonies,116, 173
Essai sur la Représentation,147, 148
Essay on the Influence of Time and Place in Matters of Legislation,67
An Essay on Political Tactics,166
Essay on Representation,148
Fragment on Government,23, 120, 129, 133, 134, 143, 145
Indirect Legislation,145
Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation,26, 35, 64, 75, 76, 77, 85, 86, 153, 178.

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