A Protest against Law - Taxes: 1793 Edition (Illustrated) by Jeremy Bentham

A Protest against Law - Taxes: 1793 Edition (Illustrated)

byJeremy Bentham, Timeless Books: Editor

Kobo ebook | June 5, 2015

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Jeremy Bentham was a British philosopher, jurist, social reformer and the founder of modern utilitarianism. He is in the row with the greatest thinkers Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, John Keynes, John Locke, and Alfred Marshall.  Their thoughts had strong influence on building the foundation of the United States and its endeavor of open society.

In A PROTEST AGAINST LAW – TAXES, Jeremy Bentham argued the practice of charging interest on loans and give a critique of certain taxes which increased the cost of appearing before the courts. Firstly, he argued that the users of a government service should be the ones to pay for it. Secondly, he argued that there is the question of whether tax check ought to should support a groundless litigation.

Jeremy Bentham’s work produced great influence on utilitarianism, philosophy, jurist, and economics. His influence has been felt in nearly every field of the humanities and social sciences.

The reasoning by Jeremy Bentham still remains as relevant today as it was then.   This book is one of the most important ones about the deepest thoughts of a government service, in this case the law courts, and tax by Jeremy Bentham, one of the greatest thinkers of modern economics and philosophy on the planet.

Title:A Protest against Law - Taxes: 1793 Edition (Illustrated)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 5, 2015Publisher:www.WealthOfNation.comLanguage:English

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