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Jeremy Bentham (1748—1832) philosopher, jurist, and reformer

 

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Distinction used by Bentham between the favourable way of putting something, and the unfavourable way of putting the same thing: ‘What is the difference between that luxury which the world condemns, and that prosperity which the world admires?’ See also emotive meaning, paradiastole.

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