Bentham and J.S. Mill: The Utilitarian Background.

VINER Jacob (1949.)


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Original offprint. 8vo. [1], [360]-382 pp. Original orange printed wrappers, wire-stitched as issued (two small faint stains to front wrapper, otherwise a very good copy indeed). Reprinted from American Economic Review. Volume XXXIX, No. 2, March,

A paper written on the occasion of the one-hundredth anniversary of the publication of Mill's Principles of Economics (1848) and the two-hundredth anniversary of Bentham's birth, in which Viner painted the intellectual history of Mill as "in large part a history, first, of faithful discipleship, then of rebellion from, and finally of substantial return, to the Benthamite set of doctrines" (p. 360).

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