Le principe qui fonde cette œuvre novatrice se situe dans le suggestion de " loi ". non pas celui d'une loi universelle, puisque Montesquieu souligne l. a. relativité des lois du fait de leurs stipulations historiques, géographiques, climatiques et sociales, mais celui de l'universalité de l. a. loi. " Au sortir du collège, on me mit dans les mains des livres de droit. J'en cherchais l'esprit ". résumait Montesquieu. Avec lui, los angeles loi prend une signification nouvelle qui domine toute l. a. modernité.
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But the public prefers to be shouted at. ). Frankly, dear public, you are being robbed. 57 In the end, however, there is a price to pay for using such direct and trenchant language, and Bastiat himself was aware of this. ”58 Bastiat certainly had his humorous moments. But they did not alter his belief in the idea of liberty. We all have our own pet idea, a Shandy-esque hobbyhorse, and mine – why not admit it? – is liberty. 59 24 The context of a life’s work This was no doubt a noble idea, but it was difficult to defend and to promote.
The religious man, on the other hand, has his path laid out for him. ”8 There can be no doubt that Bastiat’s personal and mystic crisis at that time was real enough. 9 In the following months, the young Bastiat arrived at a certainty that seemed to him not definitive but singularly liberating, at least for a time: “As for me”, he writes, 34 Bastiat through his correspondence I believe that I am going to anchor myself irrevocably to religion. I am tired of all this endless seeking that can only lead to nothing.
From his earliest writings, then, he distanced himself from turgid metaphysical demonstrations and needlessly abstruse ideas; instead, he adopted a particularly original style, one that was resolutely sarcastic, metaphorical and witty. 47 For example, even in his most theoretical works, Bastiat dreams up personalities and has them dialogue with each other in order to describe situations and places. It is no accident that Gustave Flaubert was one of his greatest admirers. In a letter of 1852 to Louise Colet, the author of Bouvard et Pécuchet wrote: “As bedtime reading I am going through some little tomes on political economy by Bastiat.
De l'esprit des lois, tome 1 by Montesquieu