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“【NulY】微信北京赛车pk10被骗”Itwould,therefore,beamistaketoascribetoone,whoonlydiscussessocialconventionsandtheirconsequences,principlescontraryeithertonaturallawortorevelation,forthereasonthathedoesnotdiscussthem.Itwouldbeamistake,whenhespeaksofastateofwarasanteriortoastateofsociety,tounderstanditinthesenseofHobbes,asmeaningthatnoobligationnordutyispriortotheexistenceofsociety,insteadofunderstandingitasafactduetothecorruptionofhumannatureandthewantofanyexpressedsanction.Itwouldbeamistaketoimputeitasafaulttoawriterwhoisconsideringtheresultsofthesocialcompact[115]thathedoesnotadmitthemaspre-existenttotheformationofthecompactitself.

ButIsayinaddition:itistoseektoconfoundalltherelationsofthingstorequireamantobeatthesametimeaccuserandaccused,tomakepainthecrucibleoftruth,asifthetestofitlayinthemusclesandsinewsofanunfortunatewretch.Thelawwhichordainstheuseoftortureisalawwhichsaystomen:‘Resistpain;andifNaturehascreatedinyouaninextinguishableself-love,ifshehasgivenyouaninalienablerightofself-defence,Icreateinyouatotally[150]contraryaffection,namely,anheroicself-hatred,andIcommandyoutoaccuseyourselves,andtospeakthetruthbetweenthelacerationofyourmusclesandthedislocationofyourbones.’

Analogybetweencrimeandpunishmentisanotherideawhich,exceptinthecaseofdeathfordeath,hasbeenrelegatedfromthepracticeofmostcriminallaws.YettheprinciplehasinitsfavourtheauthorityofMoses,theauthorityofthewholeworldandofalltime,thatpunishmentshould,ifpossible,resemblethecrimeitpunishesinkind;sothatamanwhoblindsanothershouldbeblindedhimself,hewhodisfiguresanotherbedisfiguredhimself.Thusintheold-worldmythology,TheseusandHerculesinflictontheevilpowerstheyconquerthesamecrueltiestheirvictimswerefamousfor;Termenushavinghisskullbrokenbecausewithhisownskullhebroketheheadsofothers;andBusiris,whosacrificedothers,beinghimselfsacrificedinhisturn.BothMontesquieuandBeccariaalsoadvocateanalogyinpunishment,andsodoesBenthamtosomedegree;therebeing,indeed,fewgreatercontrastsbetweenthetheoriesofthegreatEnglishjuristandmodernEnglishpracticethanthattheformershouldnothavedeprecatedsomesufferingbyburningasapenaltyanalogoustothecrimeofarson,andthatheshouldhaveadvisedthetransfixingofaforger’shandorofacalumniator’stongue[79]byanironinstrumentbeforethepublicgazeasgoodandefficientpunishmentsforforgeryandslander.Frompoliticalmorality,unlessfoundedontheimmutablesentimentsofmankind,nolastingadvantagecanbehoped.Whateverlawdeviatesfromthesesentimentswillencounteraresistancewhichwillultimatelyprevailoverit,justinthesamewayasaforce,howeverslight,ifconstantlyapplied,willprevailoveraviolentmotionappliedtoanyphysicalbody.

Pederasty,soseverelypunishedbythelaws,andsoreadilysubjectedtothetorturesthattriumphoverinnocence,isfoundedlessonthenecessitiesofman,whenlivinginastateofisolationandfreedom,thanonhispassionswhenlivinginastateofsocietyandslavery.Itderivesitsforcenotsomuchfromsatietyofpleasureasfromthesystemofeducationnowinvogue,which,beginningbymakingmenuselesstothemselvesinordertomakethemusefultoothers,causes,byitstoostrictseclusion,awasteofallvigorousdevelopment,andacceleratestheapproachofoldage.

Beccariawouldcertainlyhavedonebetternotto[23]havegonetoParisatall.Hisletterstohiswifeduringhisabsenceshowthathewasmiserableallthetime.Ineveryletterhecalculatesthedurationoftimethatwillelapsebeforehisreturn,andthereisanevencurrentofdistressandaffectionrunningthroughallthedescriptionsofhisjourney.Theassuranceisfrequentthatbutformakinghimselfridiculoushewouldreturnatonce.FromLyonshewritesthatheisinastateofthedeepestmelancholy;thateventheFrenchtheatrehehadsomuchlookedforwardtofailstodiverthim;andhebegshiswifetopreparepeopleforhisspeedyreturnbytellingthemthattheairofFrancehasabadeffectonhishealth.

ThereisnodoubtthatBeccariaalwayshadastrongpreferenceforthecontemplativeasopposedtothepracticalandactivelife,andthatbutforhisfriendPietroVerrihewouldprobablyneverhavedistinguishedhimselfatall.HewouldhavesaidwithPlatothatawisemanshouldregardlifeasastorm,andhidehimselfbehindawalltillitbeoverpast.Healmostdoessaythisinhisessayonthe‘PleasuresoftheImagination,’publishedsoonafterthe‘CrimesandPunishments.’Headviseshisreadertostandasideandlookonattherestofmankindastheyrunaboutintheirblindconfusion;tomakehisrelationswiththemasfewaspossible;andifhewilldothemanygood,todoitatthatdistancewhichwillpreventthemfromupsettinghimordrawinghimawayintheirownvortex.Lethiminhappycontemplationenjoyinsilencethefewmomentsthatseparatehisbirthfromhisdisappearance.Lethimleavementofight,[12]tohope,andtodie;andwithasmilebothathimselfandatthem,lethimreposesoftlyonthatenlightenedindifferencewithregardtohumanthingswhichwillnotdeprivehimofthepleasureofbeingjustandbeneficent,butwhichwillsparehimfromthoseuselesstroublesandchangesfromeviltogoodthatvexthegreaterpartofmankind.ButwhethertheinternationalextraditionofcriminalsbeusefulIwouldnotventuretodecide,untillawsmoreinconformitywiththeneedsofhumanity,untilmilderpenalties,anduntiltheemancipationoflawfromthecapriceofmereopinion,shallhavegiven[194]securitytooppressedinnocenceandhatedvirtue;untiltyrannyshallhavebeenconfined,bytheforceofuniversalreasonwhichevermoreandmoreunitestheinterestsofkingsandsubjects,tothevastplainsofAsia;howevermuchtheconvictionoffindingnowhereaspanofearthwhererealcrimeswerepardonedmightbethemostefficaciouswayofpreventingtheiroccurrence.

Insuchazigzagpathhasourpenallegislationbeenfeeling,andisstillfeeling,itsway,withevidentmisgivingofthatprincipleofrepression,asfalseasitisold,thatanincreaseofcrimecanonlybemetbyanincreaseofpunishment.

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

CHAPTERIV.THEPROBLEMSOFPENOLOGY.Something,however,occurredmorefataltothereformofourpenallawsthaneventhephilosophyofPaley,andthatwastheFrenchRevolution.Before1790therehadbeen115capitaloffencesinFrance;sothattoalterthecriminallawinEnglandwastofollowaprecedentofunpleasantauspices.Reformnotunnaturallysavouredofrevolution,andespeciallyareformofthepenallaws.In1808Romillysaidhewouldadviseanyone,whodesiredtorealisethemischievouseffectsoftheFrenchRevolutioninEnglandtoattemptsomelegislativereformonhumaneandliberalprinciples.Withbitternesshetellsthestoryofayoungnobleman,who,addressinghiminsolentlyatthebaroftheHouseofCommons,informedhimthatheforhispartwasforhangingallcriminals.Romillyobservedthathesupposedhemeantpunishmentsshouldbecertainandthelawsexecuted,whatevertheywere.‘No,no,’wasthereply,‘itisn’tthat.Thereisnogooddonebymercy.Theyonlygetworse:Iwouldhangthemallupatonce.’Andthisrepresentedtheprevalent[59]opinion.Windham,inaspeechagainsttheShopliftingBill,inquired,‘HadnottheFrenchRevolutionbegunwiththeabolitionofcapitalpunishmentineverycase?…WassuchasystemasthiswastobesetupwithoutconsiderationagainstthatofDr.Paley!’[36]

Eveninanimateobjectsoranimalsithasbeenthoughtthroughmanyagesreasonabletopunish.InAthensanaxeorstonethatkilledanyonebyaccidentwascastbeyondtheborder;andtheEnglishlawwasonlyrepealedinthepresentreignwhichmadeacartwheel,atree,orabeast,thatkilledaman,forfeittotheStateforthebenefitofthepoor.TheJewishlawcondemnedanoxthatgoredanyonetodeathtobestoned,justasitcondemnedthehumanmurderer.Andinthemiddleagespigs,horses,oroxenwerenotonlytriedjudiciallylikemen,withcounseloneithersideandwitnesses,buttheywerehungongallowslikemen,forthebetterdeterrenceoftheirkindinfuture.[41]

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    CHAPTERIII.CONSEQUENCES.

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    TorturewasdefinitelyandtotallyabolishedinPortugalin1776,inSwedenin1786,[24]andinAustriain1789.Inthelattercountry,indeed,ithadbeenabolishedbyMariaTheresasixteenyearsbeforeinherGermanandPolishprovinces;andthePenalCodeofJosephII.,publishedin1785,wasanadditionaltributetothecauseofreform.Secretorderswereevengiventothetribunalstosubstituteotherpunishmentsforhanging,yetsothatthegeneralpublicshouldbeunawareofthechange.TherewasthegreatestanxietythatitshouldnotbethoughtthatthischangewasoutofanydeferenceforBeccariaorhisschool.‘Intheabolitionofcapitalpunishment,’saidKaunitz,‘hisMajestypaysnoregardatalltotheprinciplesofmodernphilosophers,who,inaffectingahorrorofbloodshed,assertthatprimitivejusticehasnorighttotakefromamanthatlifewhichNatureonlycangivehim.Oursovereignhasonlyconsultedhisownconviction,thatthepunishmenthewishessubstitutedforthecapitalpenaltyismorelikelytobefeltbyreasonofitsduration,andthereforebetterfittedtoinspiremalefactorswithterror.’

     

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