An open-access journal publishing original research papers on the life and writings of the utilitarian philosopher, Jeremy Bentham.
Journal of Bentham Studies is a peer reviewed, open-access journal, dedicated to the life and writings of the utilitarian philosopher, and spiritual founder of UCL, Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832). First published in 1997, the journal aims to provide a forum for debate and discussion on all aspects of Bentham studies and utilitarianism. In additional to scholarly articles, the journal also includes book reviews, accounts of on-going research projects and short articles. We welcome submissions, learn more about our publishing process, and how to submit here.
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