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What did Bentham mean by "outworks" in an address to the Linnean Society?

outwork, n. 1.a. […] any detached or advanced work forming part of the defence of a place; an outer defence Oxford English Dictionary. So Bentham is giving us a metaphor in which his belief in the ...
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