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“腾讯分分五星总和漏洞”[54]Buttheseperiodsoftimewillnotbelengthenedinexactproportiontotheatrocityofcrimes,sincetheprobabilityofacrimeisininverseratiotoitsatrocity.Itwill,then,benecessarytoshortentheperiodforinquiryandtoincreasethatofprescription;which[159]mayappeartocontradictwhatIsaidbefore,namely,thatitispossibletoinflictequalpenaltiesonunequalcrimes,bycountingasapenaltythatperiodofimprisonmentorofprescriptionwhichprecedestheverdict.Toexplaintothereadermyidea:Idistinguishtwokindsofcrimes—thefirst,atrociouscrimes,beginningwithhomicideandincludingalltheexcessiveformsofwickedness;thesecondcomprisinglessconsiderablecrimes.Thisdistinctionisfoundedinhumannature.Personalsecurityisanaturalright,thesecurityofpropertyasocialone.Thenumberofmotiveswhichimpelmentoviolatetheirnaturalaffectionsisfarsmallerthanthosewhichimpelthem,bytheirnaturallongingforhappiness,toviolatearightwhichtheydonotfindwrittenintheirheartsbutonlyintheconventionsofsociety.Theverygreatdifferencebetweentheprobabilityofthesetwokindsofcrimerespectivelymakesitnecessarythattheyshouldberuledbydifferentprinciples.Incasesofthemoreatrociouscrimes,becausetheyaremoreuncommon,thetimeforinquiryoughttobesomuchthelessastheprobabilityoftheinnocenceoftheaccusedisgreater;andthetimeofprescriptionoughttobelonger,asonanultimatedefinitesentenceofguiltorinnocencedependsthedestructionofthehopeofimpunity,theharmofwhichisproportionedtotheatrocityofthecrime.Butincasesoflessercriminality,wherethepresumptioninfavourofaman’s[160]innocenceisless,thetimeforinquiryshouldbelonger;andastheharmofimpunityisless,thetimeofprescriptionshouldbeshorter.Butsuchadivisionofcrimesought,indeed,nottobeadmitted,ifthedangerofimpunitydecreasedexactlyinproportiontothegreaterprobabilityofthecrime.Oneshouldrememberthatanaccusedman,whoseguiltorinnocenceisuncertain,may,thoughacquittedforlackofproofs,besubjectedforthesamecrimetoafreshimprisonmentandinquiry,intheeventoffreshlegalproofsrisingupagainsthim,solongasthetimeofprescriptionaccordedbythelawshasnotbeenpast.SuchatleastisthecompromisethatIthinkbestfittedtopreserveboththelibertyandthesecurityofthesubject,itbeingonlytooeasysotofavourtheoneattheexpenseoftheother,thatthesetwoblessings,theinalienableandequalpatrimonyofeverycitizen,areleftunprotectedandundefended,theonefromdeclaredorveileddespotism,theotherfromtheturbulenceofcivilanarchy.

Whatarethepretextsbywhichsecretaccusationsandpunishmentsarejustified?Aretheythepublicwelfare,thesecurityandmaintenanceoftheformofgovernment?Buthowstrangeaconstitutionisthat,wherehewhohasforceonhisside,andopinion,whichisevenstrongerthanforce,isafraidofeverycitizen!Isthentheindemnityoftheaccusertheexcuse?Inthatcasethelawsdonotsufficientlydefendhim;andshalltherebesubjectsstrongerthantheirsovereign?Orisittosavetheinformerfrominfamy?What!secretcalumnybefairandlawful,andanopenonedeservingofpunishment!Isit,then,thenatureofthecrime?Ifindifferentactions,orevenusefulactions,arecalledcrimes,thenofcourseaccusationsandtrialscanneverbesecretenough.Buthowcantherebecrimes,thatis,publicinjuries,unlessthepublicityofthisexample,byapublictrial,beatthesametime[144]theinterestofallmen?Irespecteverygovernment,andspeakofnoneinparticular.Circumstancesaresometimessuchthattoremoveanevilmayseemutterruinwhenitisinherentinanationalsystem.ButhadItodictatenewlawsinanyforgottencorneroftheuniverse,myhandwouldtrembleandallposteritywouldrisebeforemyeyesbeforeIwouldauthorisesuchacustomasthatofsecretaccusations.

CHAPTERXXI.ASYLUMSOFREFUGE.Wisegovernmentssuffernotpoliticalidlenessinthemidstofworkandindustry.Imeanbypoliticalidlenessthatexistencewhichcontributesnothingtosocietyeitherbyitsworkorbyitswealth;whichgainswithouteverlosing;which,stupidlyadmiredandreverencedbythevulgar,isregardedbythewisemanwithdisdain,andwithpityforthebeingswhoareitsvictims;which,beingdestituteofthatstimulusofanactivelife,thenecessityofpreservingorincreasing[222]thestoreofworldlygoods,leavestothepassionsofopinion,nottheleaststrongones,alltheirenergy.Thiskindofidlenesshasbeenconfusedbyausteredeclaimerswiththatofriches,gatheredbyindustry;butitisnotforthesevereandnarrowvirtueofsomecensors,butforthelaws,todefinewhatispunishableidleness.Heisnotguiltyofpoliticalidleness,whoenjoysthefruitsofthevirtuesorvicesofhisancestorsandsellsinexchangeforhispleasuresbreadandexistencetotheindustriouspoor,whocarryonpeacefullythesilentwarofindustryagainstwealth,insteadofbyforceawaruncertainandsanguinary.Thelatterkindofidlenessisnecessaryanduseful,inproportionassocietybecomeswideranditsgovernmentmorestrict.

CHAPTERIII.THEINFLUENCEOFBECCARIAINENGLAND.Fromthisnecessityofthefavourofotherpeoplearoseprivateduels,whichspranguppreciselyinananarchicalstateofthelaws.Itissaidtheywereunknowntoantiquity,perhapsbecausetheancientsdidnotmeetsuspiciouslyarmedinthetemples,thetheatres,orwithfriends;perhapsbecausetheduelwasanordinaryandcommonsight,presentedtothepeoplebygladiators,whowereslavesorlowpeople,andfreemendisdainedtobethoughtandcalledprivategladiators.Invainhasitbeensoughttoextirpatethecustombyedictsofdeathagainstanymanacceptingachallenge,foritisfoundedonthatwhichsomemenfearmorethandeath;sincewithoutthefavourofhisfellowsthemanofhonourforeseeshimselfexposedeithertobecomeamerelysolitarybeing,aconditioninsufferabletoasociableman,ortobecomethebuttofinsultsanddisgracewhich,fromtheirconstantoperation,prevailoverthefearofpunishment.Whyisitthatthelowerordersdonotforthemostpartfightduelslikethegreat?Notonlybecausetheyaredisarmed,butbecausetheneedofthefavourofothersislessgeneralamongthepeople[213]thanamongthosewho,inhigherranks,regardthemselveswithgreatersuspicionandjealousy.

Wouldyoupreventcrimes,thencausethelawstobeclearandsimple,bringthewholeforceofanationtobearontheirdefence,andsuffernopartofittobebusiedinoverthrowingthem.Makethelawstofavournotsomuchclassesofmenasmenthemselves.Causementofearthelawsandthelawsalone.Salutaryisthefearofthelaw,butfatalandfertileincrimeisthefearofonemanofanother.Menasslavesaremoresensual,moreimmoral,morecruelthanfreemen;and,whilstthelattergivetheirmindstothesciencesortotheinterestsoftheircountry,settinggreatobjectsbeforethemastheirmodel,theformer,contentedwiththepassingday,seekintheexcitementoflibertinageadistractionfromthenothingnessoftheirexistence,and,accustomedtoanuncertaintyofresultineverything,theylookupontheresultoftheircrimesasuncertaintoo,andsodecideinfavourofthepassionthattemptsthem.Ifuncertaintyofthelawsaffectsanation,renderedindolentbyitsclimate,itsindolenceandstupidityistherebymaintainedandincreased;ifitaffectsanation,whichthoughfondofpleasureisalsofullofenergy,itwastesthatenergyinanumberofpettycabalsandintrigues,whichspreaddistrustineveryheart,andmaketreacheryanddissimulationthefoundationofprudence;if,again,itaffectsa[245]courageousandbravenation,theuncertaintyisultimatelydestroyed,aftermanyoscillationsfromlibertytoservitude,andfromservitudebackagaintoliberty.Therecognitionofthisregulationofresentmentasthemainobjectofpunishmentaffordsthebesttestformeasuringitsjustamount.Forthatamountwillbefoundtobejustwhichisnecessary;thatistosay,whichjustsufficesfortheobjectitaimsat—thesatisfactionofgeneralorprivateresentment.Itmustbesomuch,andnomore,aswillpreventindividualsfrompreferringtotakethelawintotheirownhands[84]andseekingtoredresstheirowninjuries.Thisdegreecanonlybegatheredfromexperience,norisitanyrealobjectiontoit,thatitmustobviouslybesomewhatarbitraryandvariable.BothWladimirI.,thefirstChristianCzarofRussia,andWladimirII.triedtheexperimentofabolishingcapitalpunishmentformurder;buttheincreaseofmurdersbythevendettacompelledthemtofallbackupontheoldmodesofpunishment.[46]SomecenturieslatertheEmpressElizabethsuccessfullytriedthesameexperiment,withouttherevivalofthevendetta,thestateofsocietyhavingsofaralteredthattherelationsofamurderedmannolongerinsistedonthedeathofhismurderer.ButhadElizabethabolishedalllegalpunishmentformurder—hadshe,thatis,allowednopublicvendettaofanykind—undoubtedlythevendettawouldhavebecomeprivateagain.

Forifpunishmentisweaktopreventcrime,itisstrongtoproduceit,anditisscarcelyopentodoubtthatitsproductiveforceisfargreaterthanitspreventive.Ourtermsofimprisonmentcompelmorepersonstoenteracareerofcrimethantheypreventfrompursuingone,thatbeingoftentheonlyresourceleftforthosewhodependonacriminal’slabour.Whetherinprisonortheworkhouse,suchdependentsbecomeachargetosociety;nordoesitseemreasonable,thatifonemanundersoretemptationstealsaloaf,ahundredothermenwhodonosuchthingmustcontributetokeep,notonlytheprisonerhimself,buthisfamilytoo,intheirdailybreadforsolongatimeasitpleasesthelawtodetainhimfromearninghisandtheirnecessarysubsistence.

CHAPTERXVIII.INFAMY.

Fromthisnecessityofthefavourofotherpeoplearoseprivateduels,whichspranguppreciselyinananarchicalstateofthelaws.Itissaidtheywereunknowntoantiquity,perhapsbecausetheancientsdidnotmeetsuspiciouslyarmedinthetemples,thetheatres,orwithfriends;perhapsbecausetheduelwasanordinaryandcommonsight,presentedtothepeoplebygladiators,whowereslavesorlowpeople,andfreemendisdainedtobethoughtandcalledprivategladiators.Invainhasitbeensoughttoextirpatethecustombyedictsofdeathagainstanymanacceptingachallenge,foritisfoundedonthatwhichsomemenfearmorethandeath;sincewithoutthefavourofhisfellowsthemanofhonourforeseeshimselfexposedeithertobecomeamerelysolitarybeing,aconditioninsufferabletoasociableman,ortobecomethebuttofinsultsanddisgracewhich,fromtheirconstantoperation,prevailoverthefearofpunishment.Whyisitthatthelowerordersdonotforthemostpartfightduelslikethegreat?Notonlybecausetheyaredisarmed,butbecausetheneedofthefavourofothersislessgeneralamongthepeople[213]thanamongthosewho,inhigherranks,regardthemselveswithgreatersuspicionandjealousy.

Romilly’sfirstideawithrespecttothereformofthecriminallawwasasufficientlyhumbleone.Itwasnothingmorethantoraisetheamountofthevalueoftheproperty,thetheftofwhichshouldexposeamantodeath.Twelvepence,asfixedbythestatuteofElizabeth,originallysignifiedamuchgreatertheftthanithadcometosignifyafteralapseoftwocenturies.Romillyhadatfirstnoideaofremovingthedeathpenaltyfortheft;hisonlyhopewastogetitaffixedtoagravertheftthanthelarcenyofashilling.Yetevensohecouldnotbringhimselftoconsultwiththejudgesonthesubjectofhisintendedbill,for‘hehadnottheleasthopetheywouldapproveofthemeasure.’

CHAPTERXXVIII.OFINJURIESANDOFHONOUR.

CHAPTERXXXIX.OFFAMILYSPIRIT.

ThereaderofthistreatisewillperceivethatIhaveomittedallreferencetoacertainclassofcrime,whichhasdelugedEuropewithhumanblood;acrimewhichraisedthosefatalpiles,wherelivinghumanbodiesservedasfoodfortheflames,andwheretheblindmultitudesoughtapleasantspectacleandasweetharmonyfromthelowdullgroans,emittedbywretchedsufferersfromvolumesofblacksmoke,thesmokeofhumanlimbs,whilsttheirbonesandstillpalpitatingentrailswerescorchedandconsumedbytheflames.Butreasonablemenwillseethattheplace,theage,andthesubjectsuffermenottoinquireintothenatureofsuchacrime.Itwouldbetoolongandremotefrommysubjecttoshow,howaperfectuniformityofthoughtought,contrarytothepracticeofmanycountries,tobeanecessityinaState;howopinions,whichonlydifferbythemostsubtleandimperceptibledegrees,andarealtogetherbeyondthereachofhumanintelligence,can[232]yetconvulsesociety,whenoneofthemisnotlegallyauthorisedinpreferencetotheothers;andhowthenatureofopinionsissuch,that,whilstsomebecomeclearerbyvirtueoftheirconflictandopposition,(thosethataretruefloatingandsurviving,butthosethatarefalsesinkingtooblivion,)othersagain,withnoinherentself-support,requiretobeclothedwithauthorityandpower.Toolongwoulditbetoprove,thathowsoeverhatefulmayseemthegovernmentofforceoverhumanminds,withnoothertriumphstoboastofbutdissimulationanddebasement,andhowsoevercontraryitmayseemtothespiritofgentlenessandfraternity,commandedalikebyreasonandtheauthoritywemostvenerate,itisyetnecessaryandindispensable.Allthisshouldbetakenasclearlyprovedandconformabletothetrueinterestsofhumanity,iftherebeanyonewho,withrecognisedauthority,actsaccordingly.Ispeakonlyofcrimesthatspringfromthenatureofhumanityandthesocialcompact;notofsins,ofwhicheventhetemporalpunishmentsshouldberegulatedbyotherprinciplesthanthoseofanarrowphilosophy.

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    WhenBeccariawroteagainstcapitalpunishment,onegreatargumentagainstitsabolitionwasitspracticaluniversality.IthadbeenabolishedinancientEgyptbykingSabaco,[28]inthebestperiodoftheRomanRepublicsbythePorcianlaw,andinthetimeoftheRomanEmpirebyCalo-Johannes.[29]Butthesecasesweretooremotefrommoderntimestolendmuchweighttothegeneralargument.AtthattimeRussiaaloneofallthecountriesintheworld[44]had,fromtheaccessionoftheEmpressElizabeth,affordedapracticalexampleofthefact,thatthegeneralsecurityoflifeisnotdiminishedbythewithdrawaloftheprotectionofcapitalpunishment.Butsincethattimethistruthhasbecomelessandlessatheoryorspeculation,anditnowrestsonthepositiveexperienceofnoinconsiderableportionoftheworld.InTuscany,Holland,Portugal,Russia,Roumania,Saxony,Prussia,Belgium,andintenoftheUnitedStatesofAmerica,thedeathpenaltyhaseitherbeenabolishedordiscontinued;andcanitbethoughtthatthepeopleofthosecountriesaresoindifferenttothesafetyoftheirlivesastobecontentwithalessefficientlegalprotectionthanisvouchsafedincountrieswheretheprotectionisdeath?

     Ofwhatkind,then,willbethepunishmentsduetothecrimesofnobles,whoseprivilegesformsogreatapartofthelawsofdifferentcountries?Iwillnothereinquirewhetherthistraditionaldistinctionbetweennoblesandcommonsbeadvantageousinagovernment,ornecessaryinamonarchy;norwhetheritbetruethatanobilityformsanintermediatepowerinrestraintoftheexcessesofthetwo[207]extremes,andnotratheracastewhich,inslaverytoitselfandtoothers,confinesallcirculationofmeritandhopetoaverynarrowcircle,likethosefertileandpleasantoasesscatteredamongthevastsand-desertsofArabia;norwhether,supposingittobetruethatinequalityisinevitableandusefulinsociety,itbealsotruethatsuchinequalityshouldsubsistbetweenclassesratherthanindividuals,andshouldremainwithonepartofthebodypoliticratherthancirculatethroughthewhole;whetheritshouldratherperpetuateitselfthanbesubjecttoconstantself-destructionandrenovation.Iwillconfinemyselftothepunishmentsproperfornobles,affirmingthattheyshouldbethesameforthegreatestcitizenasfortheleast.Everydistinctionofhonourorofrichespresupposes,tobelegitimate,apriorstateofequality,foundedonthelaws,whichregardallsubjectsasequallydependentonthemselves.Onemustsupposethemen,whorenouncedtheirnaturalstateofdespoticindependence,tohavesaid:‘Lethimwhoismoreindustriousthanhisfellowshavegreaterhonours,andlethisfamebegreateramonghissuccessors;lethimwhoismoreprosperousandhonouredhopeeventobecomemoreso,butlethimfearnolessthanothermentobreakthoseconditionsbyvirtueofwhichheisraisedabovethem.’Trueitisthatsuchdecreesdidnotemanateinaconvocationofthehumanrace,butsuchdecreesexistinthe[208]eternalrelationsofthings;theydonotdestroythesupposedadvantagesofanobility,thoughtheypreventitsabuses;andtheymakelawsfeared,byclosingeveryadmissiontoimpunity.Andifanyoneshallsaythatthesamepunishmentinflicteduponanobleanduponacommonerisnotreallythesame,byreasonofthediversityoftheireducation,andofthedisgracespreadoveranillustriousfamily,Iwillreply,thatthesensibilityofthecriminalisnotthemeasureofpunishment,butthepublicinjury,andthatthisisallthegreaterwhencommittedbythemorehighlyfavouredman;thatequalityofpunishmentcanonlybesowhenconsideredextrinsically,beingreallydifferentineachindividual;andthatthedisgraceofafamilycanberemovedbypublicproofsofkindnessonthepartofthesovereigntowardstheinnocentfamilyofthecriminal.Andwhoistherebutknowsthatformalitieswhichstrikethesensesserveasreasoningswiththecredulousandadmiringpopulace?

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    Whatisthepoliticalobjectofpunishments?Theintimidationofothermen.Butwhatshallwesayofthesecretandprivatetortureswhichthetyrannyofcustomexercisesalikeupontheguiltyandtheinnocent?Itisimportant,indeed,thatnoopencrimeshallpassunpunished;butthepublicexposureofacriminalwhosecrimewashiddenindarknessisutterlyuseless.Anevilthathasbeendoneandcannotbeundonecanonlybepunishedbycivilsocietyinsofarasitmayaffectotherswiththehopeofimpunity.Ifitbetruethatthereareagreaternumberofmenwhoeitherfromfearorvirtuerespectthelawsthanofthosewhotransgressthem,theriskoftorturinganinnocentmanshouldbeestimatedaccordingtotheprobabilitythatanymanwillhavebeenmorelikely,otherthingsbeingequal,tohaverespectedthantohavedespisedthelaws.

     CHAPTERXVII.BANISHMENTANDCONFISCATIONS.

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    Wehaveseenthatthetruemeasureofcrimesistheinjurydonetosociety.Thisisoneofthosepalpabletruthswhich,howeverlittledependentonquadrantsortelescopesfortheirdiscovery,andfullywithinthereachofanyordinaryintelligence,areyet,byamarvellouscombinationofcircumstances,onlyrecognisedclearlyandfirmlybysomefewthinkers,belongingtoeverynationalityandtoeveryage.ButAsiaticideas,andpassionsclothedwithauthorityandpower,have,generallybyimperceptiblemovements,sometimesbyviolentassaultsonthetimidcredulityofmankind,dissipatedthosesimplenotions,whichperhapsformedthefirstphilosophyofprimitivecommunities,andtowhichtheenlightenmentofthisageseemslikelytoreconductus,buttodosowiththatgreatersureness,whichcanbegainedfromanexact[200]investigationintothings,fromathousandunhappyexperiences,andfromtheveryobstaclesthatmilitateagainstit.

     CHAPTERXXVII.CRIMESAGAINSTPERSONALSECURITY—ACTSOFVIOLENCE—PUNISHMENTSOFNOBLES.

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