Additions December 2007

The following additions have been incorporated within the main bibliography but are listed here for convenience.


Bruni, Luigino and Pier Luigi Porta (eds.) (2005) Economics and Happiness: Framing the Analysis (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press)

Heydt, Colin (2006) Rethinking Mill's Ethics: Character and Aesthetic Education (New York, NY: Continuum)

Porta, Pier Luigi and Luigino Bruni, (eds.) (2007) Handbook on the Economics of Happiness (Northampton, MA, US: Edward Elgar Publishing)

Rosen, Frederick (ed.) (2007) Jeremy Bentham (International Library of Essays in the History of Social and Political Thought) ((Aldershot: Ashgate)


Anderson, Elizabeth S. (1991) "John Stuart Mill and Experiments in Living," Ethics 102: 4–26
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Deary, Vincent (2005) "Explaining the unexplained? Overcoming the distortions of a dualist understanding of medically unexplained illness," Journal of Mental Health 14: 213–221

Fitzgerald, Amy and Linda Kalof (2007) "Animals as philosophical and ethical subjects," in Amy Fitzgerald and Linda Kalof (eds.) The Animals Reader: The Essential Classic and Contemporary Writings (Oxford: Berg)

Guidi, Marco E. L. (2007) "Jeremy Bentham's quantitative analysis of happiness and its asymmetries," in Pier Luigi Porta and Luigino Bruni (eds.) Handbook on the Economics of Happiness (Northampton, MA, US: Edward Elgar Publishing) 68–94

Halpin, Andrew (1996) "The Concept of a Legal Power," Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 16: 129–152
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Kaswan, Mark (2007) "Happiness, Politics and the Co-operative Principles," Journal of Co-operative Studies 40: 30–40

Kevelson, Roberta (1992) "Property as Rhetoric in Law," Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature 4: 189–206
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McLaughlin, Kevin (1996) "The Financial Imp: Ethics and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Fiction," A Forum on Fiction 29:165–183 <> 17.12.07

Pettit, Philip William (1999) "Before Negative and Positive Liberty," in Republicanism - A Theory of Freedom and Government <> 17.12.07

Robinson, James C. (1990) "Philosophical Origins of the Social Rate of Discount in Cost-Benefit Analysis," The Milbank Quarterly 68: 245–265
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Frederick Rosen (2006) "Epicureanism and the Enlightenment," in G. McDowell and J. O'Neill (eds.) America and Enlightenment Constitutionalism (New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave
Macmillan): 81–98

Frederick Rosen (2006) "Utilitarianism and the Reform of the Criminal Law," in M. Goldie and R. Wokler (eds.) The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Political Thought (Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press): 547–72

Frederick Rosen (2007) "The Method of Reform: J.S. Mill's Encounter with Bentham and
Coleridge," in N. Urbinati and A. Zakaras (eds.) J.S. Mill's Political Thought: A Bicentennial Reassessment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press): 124–44

Rudanko, Juhani (2005) "The Fallacy of Ad Socordiam and Two Types of Speaker Intentions: A Case Study from the First Congressional Debate on the Bill of Rights in 1789," Journal of Pragmatics: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Language Studies 37: 723–36

Schwartzberg, M. (2007) "Jeremy Bentham on Fallibility and Infallibility," Journal of the History of Ideas 68: 563–586

Sullivan, Robert R. (1996) "The birth of the prison: Discipline or punish?," Journal of Criminal Justice 24: 449–458 <> 17.12.07

Whittington, Dale and Duncan MacRae, Jr. (1990) "Comment: Judgments about Who Has Standing in Cost-Benefit Analysis," Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 9: 536–547
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Wu, Duncan (2005) " Hazlitt, Francis Place, and the Bentham Circle," Charles Lamb Bulletin 132: 95–103


Kumar, S. S. (2006) "Reassessing J.S. Mill’s liberalism: the influence of August Comte, Jeremy Bentham, and Wilhelm von Humboldt," Ph.D. London, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK