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12.

C
Forfeiture of Reputation.

leads us to enquire into the different measures of infamy
that stand naturally annext to the several modes of punishment;
and in the course of this enquiry we shall
find reason to distinguish certain punishments from the
rest by the special epithet of infamous, ignominious infamous.

A certain degree of infamy or disrepute we have
already remarked is what necessarily attends on every
kind of political punishment. But there are some that
reflect a much larger portion of infamy than others.(a) These
therefore it is plain are the only ones which can be stated
properly by that name.
Upon

Note.

(a) Aware of this circumstance, the Roman Lawyers have
taken a distinction between the infamia facti and the infamia
juris
: the natural Infamy resulting from the offence,
and the artificial infamy produced through the means of
the punishment by the Law. See Heinecc: Elementa Jur. Civil:
Pand. L.3. Tit.2. §.399 whose explanation however is not
very precise.


Identifier: | JB/141/107/004
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 141.

Date_1

Marginal Summary Numbering

14

Box

141

Main Headings

rationale of punishment

Folio number

107

Info in main headings field

forfeiture of reputation

Image

004

Titles

note

Category

copy/fair copy sheet

Number of Pages

2

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

f13 / f14

Penner

Watermarks

myears

Marginals

Paper Producer

caroline fox

Corrections

jeremy bentham

Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

ID Number

48324

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