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Brissot

(French briso)
n
(Biography) Jacques-Pierre (ʒakpjɛr). 1754–93, French journalist and revolutionary; leader of the Girondists: executed by the Jacobins
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Recall that Jacques Pierrot Brissot de Warville, the founder of the Societe des Amis des Negres was executed during the French Revolution in 1793.
Brissot to His Constituents, in 8 The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke 381, 381 (London, F.
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E nesse sentido, Beccaria na Franca; e na Inglaterra Bentham e Brissot propuseram tres principios fundamentais no sistema teorico da lei penal: de que crime nao e falta moral ou religiosa, de que as leis para serem boas devem ser uteis para a sociedade e como decorrencia desses dois fatores, deve haver uma definicao clara e simples do crime (principio da legalidade).