The Correspondence of Jeremy Bentham: October 1788-1797
Jeremy Bentham was a major figure in the history of ideas, law, politics, and social policy in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. These volumes represent the definitive collection of his works and correspondence which is being prepared under the auspices of the Bentham Committee. Among his correspondents are the law reformer Samuel Romilly, the former prime minister Lord Lansdowne, and the anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce.
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