Jeremy Bentham

Jeremy Bentham

Died: June 6, 1832, Westminster, United Kingdom Website Facebook Twitter

Bentham defined as the "fundamental axiom" of his philosophy the principle that "it is the greatest happiness of the greatest number that is the measure of right and wrong".

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Move over rover, Mars is no more

by Jeremy Bentham and others in Figures of Speech

No longer a focus I mean, the extent to which we should focus on space exploration may need to be put on hold until we get our house (Oikos) in order. The planet should be the priority, crisis means diverting means and economic focus towards the outcomes that are sustainable for ecological balance.

Blissful Ignorance

by Michel de Montaigne and others in Figures of Speech

In the key of see, we can no longer unsee the light of truth in a shade of Absolute. This is not a dogma of sorts, for that is a perversion in all forms and manifestations, but a harmony of perfection in a frequency all of humanity understands.

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