John Stuart Mill

If we were asked to say, in the fewest possible words, what we conceive to be Bentham’s place among these great intellectual benefactors of humanity; what he was, and what he was not; what kind of service he did and did not render to truth; we should say—he was not a great philosopher, but a great reformer in philosophy.

John Stuart Mill, ‘Bentham’, Dissertations and Discussions, London, 1859