What Utilitarian Jeremy Bentham Intended For His Body After Death

“How Can My Body Be Useful After Death?”

Jeremy Bentham by Henry William Pickersgill
oil on canvas, exhibited 1829

Jeremy Bentham (1748–1832) was an English philosopher, and he’s regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism.

Bentham had in many aspects modern views, for example, he advocated equal rights for men and women, the abolition of slavery, decriminalizing…




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