||Every man to count for one and no one to count for more than one.
||This version of the principle is cited and called ‘Bentham’s dictum’ by Mill in Utilitarianism, chapter 5: Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, ed. J. M. Robson and others (Toronto/London, 1963–91), x 257. Bentham’s own wording is ‘every individual in the country tells for one; no individual for more than one’: Rationale of Judicial Evidence, Specially Applied to English Practice, ed. J. S. Mill from Bentham’s manuscripts (London, 1827), iv 475; The Works of Jeremy Bentham, ed. J. Bowring (Edinburgh, 1838–43), vii 334. Berlin’s paper originally opened with a version which is perhaps a misremembering of Mill’s: ‘Every man to count for one and no one to count for more than one.’