Universal Peace and the Teaching of History (Document 2), item 6

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Jeremy  Bentham (1748-1832)

the English hedonistic philoso-

pher wrote between 1786-9 a

forceful essay entitled "A

Plan for an Universal and 

Perpetual Peace", in which he

and France agree to a limita-

tion of their armament

hoping that other nations

would follow their lead, he

also suggested a common

court of judicature for the

decision of differences

between the several nations."


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Jeremy  Bentham (1748-1832)

the English hedonistic philoso-

pher wrote between 1786-9 a

forceful essay entitled "A

Plan for an Universal and 

Perpetual Peace", in which he

and France agree to a limita-

tion of their armament

hoping that other nations

would follow their lead, he

also suggested a common

court of judicature for the

decision of differences

between the several nations."



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  • July 12, 2017 20:21:06 Annick Rodriguez

    Jeremy  Bentham (1748-1832)

    the English hedonistic philoso-

    pher wrote between 1786-9 a

    forceful essay entitled "A

    Plan for an Universal and 

    Perpetual Peace", in which he

    and France agree to a limita-

    tion of their armament

    hoping that other nations

    would follow their lead, he

    also suggested a common

    court of judicature for the

    decision of differences

    between the several nations."


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