On the significance "Jeremy Bentham"

Busheys September 1, 2009 User blog:Busheys

I found this on digg yesterday about Jeremy Bentham, I thought it was pretty relevant (if it hasn't been previously discussed!)

excerpt: Jeremy Bentham Upon Bentham's death in June 1832, his body was preserved as requested in his will. Bentham wished to be embalmed, dressed, and placed in his chair "in the attitude in which I am sitting when engaged in thought." The body remains on display in a glass case at the University College London. Because Bentham's head was damaged during preservation, it is stored separately, and the body was fitted with a wax replica. For the college's 100th and 150th anniversaries, Bentham's remains were brought to sit at the meeting of the College Council. He was listed as "present but not voting."

This gives me hope that there may be positive (not evil) things in the future for Locke...or Esau...whatever.

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