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Treatise on Tolerance
parlement; the Calas affair was one such instance.  Sponsored by the Church, a Monitory was an effective means of finding witnesses to a crime.
Biased Judges Condemned Jean Calas
Voltaire presented her story as a sarcastic counterpoint to the Calas affair, which he presented in a more sober style.
INTRODUCTION
The Malagrida and Calas affairs.
The Torture Veto and America's Image
Mar 11, 2008 with the Jean Calas affair in France (1760s): he was broken on the wheel and waterboarded.
No. 175 Nicholas Cronk, ed., Voltaire and the - H-France

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Voltaire's Fight Against Dogma
The Calas affair greatly strengthened the movement for criminal law reform and religious tolerance in France, although the reforms were not instituted until the 1780s. We may all be, to some degree, dogmatist.

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Jean Calas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jean Calas (1698 – 10 March 1762) was a merchant living in Toulouse, France, famous for having been the victim of a biased trial due to his being a Protestant.
Voltaire and the Calas Affair
The panel reversed Calas's conviction on March 9, 1765, and the government paid the family an indemnity.
Article - The Calas affair
Jean Calas (French historian) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
The Calas Affair by Grimm and the Correspondance Littéraire 1763
There has been brought together in quite a thick volume all that has appeared concerning the unfortunate Calas Affair.

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