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- Biased Judges Condemned Jean Calas - Justice Denied
- stances of the case, ... so that the innocent person may be .... case, asking for more information about the murder and ....
- Treatise on Tolerance
- The murder of Calas, sanctioned by the sword of justice on March , in the city of Toulouse, is one .... parlement; the Calas affair was one such instance.
- in the Stanford Law Review - Death Penalty ProCon.org
- since 1762, when it was established that Jean Calas was innocent of the ... See generally D. BIEN, THE CALAS AFFAIR: PERSECUTION, TOLERATION, AND ...
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- Dreyfus affair.1 Nevertheless, the concept has a distinguished pedigree that can ... notably, the Calas affair—as well as Victor Hugo's vehement protests against ...
- H-France Review Volume 15 (2015) Page 1
- His article on “The background of the Calas affair” (1958), reproduced here, and even more his landmark book on the Calas Affair two years later, overturned the.
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- Jean Calas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Jean Calas (1698 – March 10, 1762) was a merchant living in Toulouse, France, who was the ... French philosopher Voltaire was contacted about the case, and after initial suspicions that Calas was guilty of anti-Catholic fanaticism were ...
- The Calas affair | Musée virtuel du Protestantisme
- The Calas affair. Home > History > The Calas affair. Jean Calas, a Protestant merchant, was sentenced to death on the Wheel by the Parliament in Toulouse and ...
- Jean Calas | French historian | Britannica.com
- The panel reversed Calas's conviction on March 9, 1765, and the government paid the family an indemnity. The Calas affair greatly strengthened the movement ...
- The Gruesome Case That Made Voltaire a Crusader for the Innocent
- Mar 13, 2015 In eighteenth-century France, the wrongful execution of Jean Calas ... A gruesome legal case turned Voltaire into a crusader for the innocent.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: The Calas Case - New Advent
- Jean Calas was a French Calvinist, born 19 March, 1698, at La Caparede near Castres, in the department of Tarn; executed 10 March, 1762, at Toulouse.
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