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Bentham

Jeremy. 1748--1832, British philosopher and jurist: a founder of utilitarianism. His works include A Fragment on Government (1776) and Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation (1789)
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3) To approach this problem, I consider the liberal reformism of Cesare Beccaria and Jeremy Bentham, which helped to pave the way for a transition from irregular, and usually corporal, punishment to the regular, systematic liberal justice system that eschews corporal punishment but relies heavily on incarceration.
The Chief Investment Officer of Bentham Europe, Jeremy Marshall, said:
Bentham was thus a pioneer of an area of science that has made considerable progress in recent years.
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Organisers caused a stir earlier in the tournament by apparently ditching neutral referees but Bentham got the nod ahead of Australian Gerard Sutton and New Zealander Henry Perenara for the decider.
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Bentham was jailed for three years for causing death by dangerous driving and was given a ban on his release from entering the town of Monmouth.
I have no doubt whatsoever that the presence of Bentham in his family home during his period of licence causes great upset to the victim's family.