Agence Hardy, tome 3 : Poison rouge by Christin, Goetzinger

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Atkins (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991), 111. 29. 3. 30. 1, that a usurper may be “lawfully” killed (Des révolutions d’Angleterre, 387n46). See more generally Franklin L. Ford, Political Murder: From Tyrannicide to Terrorism (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1985); and Mario Turchetti, Tyrannie et tyrannicide de l’Antiquité à nos jours (Paris: PUF, 2001). ”32 These justifications bear witness to both a lasting memory of, and in some cases strong nostalgia for, the ancient defenders of “public liberty,” as may be seen in the radical curé Jean Meslier’s impassioned plea: Where are the Jacques Cléments?

10 The “extraordinary faces, inarticulate speech, and wild-beast skins” of the barbarian hordes underscore their hostility to civilization as a whole. This threat of incivility and anarchy (“an almost universal change in laws, customs, government”) gave the savage/barbarian a lasting place in the imagination of natural right theory, even after the colonialist ventures in the New World receded from the spotlight. Eighteenth-century treatises on mendicity, for instance, warned of the savages within, namely, brigands.

Html. 19. See Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, Puritan Conquistadors: Iberianizing the Atlantic, 1550–1700 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006). 20. From the Rituale Romanum (the seventeenth-century Vatican service manual): “Hear then and obey, Satan, attacker of the faith, enemy of the human race, messenger of death, robber of life, destroyer of justice, root of all evils, spark of vices, seducer of men, merchant of peoples, rouser of hatred, origin of avarice, cause of discord, instigator of deceit”; reproduced in Manuel d’exorcismes de l’Eglise (1626; Charenton: G.

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