Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation

Jeremy Bentham

Chapter 10, Footnote #01
Ref. to the Table of the Springs of Action

Note by the author, July, 1822.

For a tabular simultaneous view of the whole list of motives, in conjunction with the correspondent pleasures and pains, interests and desires, see, by the same author, Table of the Springs of Action, &c, with Explanatory Notes and Observations London: 1817, Hunter, St. Paul's Church Yard, 8vo. pp. 32.

The word inducement has of late presented itself, as being in its signification more comprehensive than the word motive, and on some occasions more apposite.

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IPML Chapter 10 Section 1: Different senses of the word motive