Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation

Jeremy Bentham

Chapter V, Footnote #12
Extra-regarding vs. self-regarding

By thus means the pleasures and pains of amity may be the more clearly distinguished from those of benevolence: and on the other hand, those of enmity from those of malevolence. The pleasures and pains of amity and enmity are of the self-regarding cast: those of benevolence and malevolence of the extra-regarding.

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