Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation

Jeremy Bentham

Chapter VII, Footnote #12
Evidentiary connections

See B. I. tit. [Accessory Offences] and B. II tit. [Evidence].

It is evident that this analysis is equally applicable to incidents of a purely physical nature, as to those in which moral agency is concerned. If therefore it be just and useful here, it might be found not impossible, perhaps, to find some use for it in natural philosophy.

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