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" If mathematical calculation could be applied to the obscure and infinite combinations of human actions, there might be a corresponding scale of punishments, descending from the greatest to the least: but it will be sufficient that the wise legislator... "
The Opinions of Different Authors Upon the Punishment of Death - 16. oldal
szerző: Basil Montagu - 1809 - 315 oldal
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The Britannic magazine; or entertaining repository of heroic ..., 1. kötet

...of crimes Iliould be formed, with a correfyonding fcale of puniihments, defcending from the greatell to the leaSt. But, if that be too romantic an idea, yet at lealt a wife legislator will mark the principal divifions, and not aflign penalties of the firtt degree...

The Criminal Recorder: Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious ..., 3. kötet

1804
...calculation could be applied to the obscure and infinite comhination of human actions, there might be a corresponding scale of punishments, descending from the greatest to the least : but it will be sufficient that the wise legislator mark the principal divisions, without disturhing the...

An Essay on Crimes and Punishments

Cesare marchese di Beccaria - 1819 - 239 oldal
...calculation could be applied to the obscure and infinite combinations of human actions, there might be a corresponding scale of punishments, descending from the greatest to the least ; but it will be sufficient that the wise legislator mark the principal divisions, without disturbing the...

Parliamentary Papers, 19. kötet

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1839
...calculation could be applied to the obscure and infinite combinations of human actions, there might be a corresponding scale of punishments, descending from the greatest to the least : but it will be sufficient that the wise legislator mark the principal divisions, without disturbing the...

Books 3 & 4

William Blackstone, George Sharswood - 1860
...cure. It has been therefore ingeniously proposed,^) that in every state a seale of crimes should he formed, with a corresponding scale of punishments, descending from the greatest to the least; but, it' that be too romantic an idea, yet at least a wise legislator will mark the principal divisions...

New Commentaries on the Laws of England: (partly Founded on Blackstone)

Henry John Stephen - 1863
...ignorance or indolence, he will not attempt to cure. It has been, therefore, ingeniously proposed, that in every state a scale of crimes should be formed,...punishments, descending from the greatest to the least (c) ; but if that be too romantic an idea, yet at least a wise legislator will mark the principal divisions,...

Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, 2. kötet

William Blackstone, George Sharswood - 1866
...ignorance or >• indojence, he will not attempt to cure. It has been therefore ingeniously proposed,^) that in every state a scale of crimes should be formed,...Where men see no distinction made in the nature and gradation* of punishment, the generality will be led to conclude there is no distinction in the guilt....

Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, 2. kötet

William Blackstone, George Sharswood - 1867
...ignorance or indolence he will not attempt to cure It has been therefore ingeniously proposed (2), that in every state a scale of crimes should be formed,...an idea, yet at least a wise legislator will mark (») Вессаг. с. 7. (*) Becctr. с. С. (y) Sp. L. b. 6, с. 1Э. (17) The most admirable and...

Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New Commentaries on the Laws of England: (Partly ...

Henry John Stephen - 1874
...ignorance or indolence, he will not attempt to cure. It has been, therefore, ingeniously proposed, that in every state a scale of crimes should be formed,...punishments, descending from the greatest to the least (y); but if that be too romantic an idea, yet at least a wise legislator will mark the principal divisions,...

Commentaries on the Laws of England, 2. kötet

Herbert Broom, Edward Alfred Hadley - 1875
...ignorance or indolence he will not attempt to cure. It has been therefore ingeniously proposed (s), that in every state a scale of crimes should be formed,...wise legislator will mark the principal divisions of offences, and leave to judicial discretion within certain indicated limits the task of meting out...




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