This quote does a great job of illustrating why people are vegetarians.  "Vegetarian...Because compassion tastes better."

This quote does a great job of illustrating why people are vegetarians. "Vegetarian...Because compassion tastes better."

Legal Philosophy and Influence of Jeremy Bentham : Essays on of the Limits of the Penal Branch of

Legal Philosophy and Influence of Jeremy Bentham : Essays on of the Limits of the Penal Branch of

Jeremy Bentham English Economist & Philosopher Vintage Portrait Gallery Print

Jeremy Bentham English Economist & Philosopher Vintage Portrait Gallery Print

"The question is.... can they (animals) suffer?"  Jeremy Bentham, Utilitarianism and Animal Right

"The question is.... can they (animals) suffer?" Jeremy Bentham, Utilitarianism and Animal Right

Jeremy Bentham Feb 1748 – June 1832. He is regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism. When he was 21 he made a will leaving his body for dissection to friend/physician George Fordyce.  His skeleton and head were preserved and stored in a wooden cabinet called Auto-icon with the skeleton padded out with hay and dressed in Bentham's clothes. It was acquired by Univ College London in 1850. The real head was displayed in the case for many years but became the target of student pranks.

Jeremy Bentham Feb 1748 – June 1832. He is regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism. When he was 21 he made a will leaving his body for dissection to friend/physician George Fordyce. His skeleton and head were preserved and stored in a wooden cabinet called Auto-icon with the skeleton padded out with hay and dressed in Bentham's clothes. It was acquired by Univ College London in 1850. The real head was displayed in the case for many years but became the target of student pranks.

Inspiring Jeremy Bentham Quote Wood USB Flash Drive

Inspiring Jeremy Bentham Quote Wood USB Flash Drive

Atlas Obscura | Curious and Wondrous Travel Destinations - enter your current location for all kinds of fun stuff around you!

Atlas Obscura | Curious and Wondrous Travel Destinations - enter your current location for all kinds of fun stuff around you!

I Hung Out With Jeremy Bentham's Severed Head And This Is What I Learned

I Hung Out With Jeremy Bentham's Severed Head And This Is What I Learned

Jeremy Bentham

jeremy bentham's auto-icon (unfortunately no longer displayed with real head), london

Jeremy Bentham's Auto-Icon

jeremy bentham's auto-icon (unfortunately no longer displayed with real head), london

After his 1832 death, Jeremy Bentham’s corpse was preserved, as was his wish, at University College London. It’s a macabre excursion but you can see it at the university’s Gower Street space, seated in a glass-fronted cabinet. The body and clothing are the real deal; the head is a waxwork put in place after his real one was stolen by students.

After his 1832 death, Jeremy Bentham’s corpse was preserved, as was his wish, at University College London. It’s a macabre excursion but you can see it at the university’s Gower Street space, seated in a glass-fronted cabinet. The body and clothing are the real deal; the head is a waxwork put in place after his real one was stolen by students.

Jeremy Bentham: Panopticon Project (1791)

Jeremy Bentham: Panopticon Project (1791)

this fucking guy right here. haunts my childhood.

Jeremy Bentham's Auto-Icon

Jeremy Bentham (15 February 1748 – 6 June 1832) was an English author, jurist, philosopher, and legal and social reformer.  He was one of the first people to argue for the decriminalization of sodomy in England

Jeremy Bentham (15 February 1748 – 6 June 1832) was an English author, jurist, philosopher, and legal and social reformer. He was one of the first people to argue for the decriminalization of sodomy in England

I Hung Out With Jeremy Bentham's Severed Head And This Is What I Learned

I Hung Out With Jeremy Bentham's Severed Head And This Is What I Learned

Jeremy Bentham,Engineering

181 year old preserved head of utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham

The 181 year old preserved head of utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham

181 year old preserved head of utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham

The question is not "Can they reason?", nor "Can they talk?", but rather "Can they suffer?" - Jeremy Bentham

The question is not "Can they reason?", nor "Can they talk?", but rather "Can they suffer?" - Jeremy Bentham

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