AN
INTRODUCTION
TO THE
PRINCIPLES
OF
MORALS
AND
LEGISLATION

by
Jeremy Bentham

1781


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Contents

  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Preface
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter    I Of the Principle of Utility.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter   II Of Principles Adverse to that of Utility.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter  III Of the Four Sanctions or Sources of Pain and Pleasure.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter   IV Value of a Lot of Pleasure, How to be Measured.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter    V Pleasures and Pains, Their Kinds.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter   VI Of Circumstances Influencing Sensibility.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter VII Of Human Actions in General.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter VIII Of Intentionality.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter   IX Of Consciousness.
  • Chapter    X Of Motives.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  1 Different senses of the word Motive.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  2 No Motives either constantly good or constantly bad.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  3 Catalogue of Motives corresponding to that of Pleasures and Pains.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  4 Order of pre-eminence among Motives.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  5 Conflict among Motives.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter   XI Of Human Dispositions in General.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter  XII Of the Consequences of a Mischievous Act.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter XIII Of Cases Unmeet for Punishment.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter  XIV Of the Proportion Between Punishments and Offences.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter   XV Of the Properties to be Given to a Lot of Punishment.
  • Chapter  XVI Division of Offences.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  1 Classes of Offences.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  2 Divisions and sub-divisions.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  3 Genera of Class I.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  4 Advantages of the present method.
    • HTML Version or Menu Text Version  5 Characters of the five classes.
  • HTML Version or Menu Text Version Chapter XVII Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence.

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