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" ... pain should be the test of truth, as if truth resided in the muscles and fibres of a wretch in torture. By this method the robust will escape, and the feeble be condemned. "
Principles of Legislation: From the Ms. of Jeremy Bentham ... By M. Dumont ... - الصفحة 276
بواسطة Jeremy Bentham - 1830 - عدد الصفحات: 310
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The Criminal Recorder: Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious ..., المجلد 3

1804
...unnecessary. If he be not guilty, you torture the innocent ; for, in the eye of the law, every man is innocent whose crime has not been proved. Besides,...accuser and accused ; and that pain should be the test cf truth, as if truth resided in. the muscles and fibres of a wietch in torture. Tty this method, the...

A Political Account of the Island of Trinidad, from Its Conquest by Sir ...

Trinidad. [Appendix.], Pierre Franc M'Callum - 1807 - عدد الصفحات: 207
...unnecessary. If he be not guilty, you torture the innocent; for in the eye of the law, ever)' man is innocent, whose crime has not been proved. Besides,...should be the test of truth, as if truth resided in the muscles and fibrejjofa wretch in torture. By this method, the robust will escape, and the feeble be...

A Political Account of the Island of Trinidad, from Its Conquest by Sir ...

Trinidad. [Appendix.], Pierre Franc M'Callum - 1807 - عدد الصفحات: 207
...unnecessary. If he be not guilty, you torture the innocent ; for in the eye of the law, every man is innocent, whose crime has not been proved. Besides,...accused ; and that pain should be the test of truth, 52 as if truth resided in the muscles and fibres of a wretch in torture. By this method, the robust...

An Essay on Crimes and Punishments

Cesare marchese di Beccaria - 1819 - عدد الصفحات: 239
...unnecessary, If be be not guilty, you torture the innocent ; for, in the eye of the law, every man ~is innocent whose crime has not been proved. Besides,...should be both the accuser and accused ; and that pain $houkl be the test of truth, as if truth resided in the muscles and fibres of a wretch in torture....

The Newgate Calendar: Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most ..., المجلد 1

Andrew Knapp, William Baldwin - 1824
...unnecessary. If he be not guilty, you tor. ture the innocent; for,, in the eye of the law, every man is innocent whose crime has not been proved. Besides, it is confounding all rcla. tions to expect that a man should be both the accuser and the accused ; and that pain should...

The Philosophy of Religion; Or, An Illustration of the Moral Laws of the ...

Thomas Dick - 1828 - عدد الصفحات: 461
...degree, and repugnant to every principle of reason. For, as the Marquis Beccaria has well observed, " It is confounding all relations to expect that a man should be both the accuser, and the accused, and that pain should be the test of truth ; as if truth resided in the mus•cles and...

The Philosophy of Religion: Or an Illustration of the Moral Laws of the Universe

Thomas Dick - 1833 - عدد الصفحات: 391
...degree, and repugnant to every principle of reason. For, as the Mar.quis Beccaria has well observed, "It is confounding all relations to expect that a man should be both the accuser, and the accused, and that pain should be the test of truth ; as if truth resided in the muscles and fibres...

The Works of Thomas Dick, المجلدات 1-4

Thomas Dick - 1836
...degree, and repugnant to every principle of reason. For, as the Marquis Beccaria has well observed, 11 It is confounding all relations to expect that a man should be both the accuser and the accused, and that pain shouled be theteit of truth; as if truth resided in the muscles and fibres...

The Works of Thomas Dick

Thomas Dick - 1838
...every principle of reason. For, as the Marquis Beccaria has well observed, " It is confounding nil relations to expect that a man should be both the accuser and .the accused, and that pain shouled he the teat of truth; as if truth resided in the muscles and fibres...

The Works of thomas dick, LL.D

1850
...degree, and repugnant to every principle of reason. For, as the Marquis Beccaria has well observed, " It is confounding all relations to expect that a man should be both the accuser and the accused, and that pain shouled be the test of truth; as 'it truth resided in the muscles and fibres...




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