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James Crimmins
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Utilitarians and Religion, by James E. Crimmins Bristol, England: Thommess Press, 1998

Utilitarians and Religion, by James E. Crimmins Bristol, England: Thommess Press, 1998 Noted Bentham scholar James E. Crimmins divides the book into two parts: religious utilitarians, and secular utilitarians. Crimmins provides very helpful essays at the beginning of each of the two sections, which do a great deal.

James E. Crimmins, Mark G. Spencer. The often overlooked American utilitarians are brought back to the fore, in an important collection of sixty key primary documents. Utilitarian ideas in nineteenth-century America have been given short shrift in modern historical and philosophical scholarship

Utilitarians and Religion. James E Crimmins (Ed). Religion and utilitarianism; 18th and 19th century moral and political writings.

Utilitarians and Religion. Ethics and Political Philosophy, Political Theory and. Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion.

Similar books and articles. Crimmins, "Secular Utilitarianism: Social Science and the Critique of Religion in the Thought of Jeremy Bentham". Crimmins - 2001 - Philosophical Quarterly 51 (204):421-423. Crimmins - 1998. Crimmins, Utilitarians and Religion, Bristol, Thoemmes, 1998, Pp. X + 502. Philip Schofield - 2000 - Utilitas 12 (1):106. Crimmins (E. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1998). P. J. Kelly - 1991 - History of Political Thought 12 (4):740. The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Utilitarianism.

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This book illustrates the nature, extent, and depth of Bentham's concern .

This book illustrates the nature, extent, and depth of Bentham's concern with religion, from his Oxford days of first doubts through the middle years of quiet unbelief to the zealous atheism and secularism of his later life. Crimmins provides an interpretation of Bentham's thought in which his religious views are shown to be integral: on the one hand, intimately associated with the metaphysical, epistemological, and psychological principles which gave shape to his system as a whole, and, on the other, central to the development of his entirely secular view of society. Indeed, religion was never far from the centre of his thoughts throughout his long and industrious intellectual career. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Total number of HTML views: 0. Total number of PDF views: 0 .

'This volume provides major texts of the eighteenth-century religious exponents of utilitarianism, three of Bentham's important works on religion, and neglected essays by James Mill and by John Stuart Mill on utilitarianism and religion. No better guide and editor for these texts could be found than James Crimmins, the world's leading scholar on this subject. Since most of these writings are quite scarce, the collection is an indispensable resource for every student of the history of British moral, political, and religious thought.' - J. B. SchneewindThis publication represents the most complete collection ever of original writings on religion and utilitarianism. Illustrating both the sympathetic and antagonistic relationships between the principle of utility and religious beliefs in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, this is a work that no scholar of modern political thought should be without. Divided into two parts, religious and secular, the collection reprints the most important and salient contributions to the debate. It includes both the well-known writers and the lesser-known but equally important contributors, making this volume the best one-stop resource for undergraduates, graduates, scholars in the field, and all those interested in the relation of politics to religious belief. All materials are newly typeset. As well as two general introductions the collection features a biographical note on each author and detailed notes on each text. —all texts are reset and fully indexed —11 new introductions —features key writings and extracts long out of print