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Abbattutis, Gian Alesio
Stimulations. De la nature à l’écriture
Analysis and method, like the discipline and armour of modern nations, correct in some measure the inequalities of controversial dexterity, and level on the intellectual field the giant and the dwarf. Let us then analyse the production of Mr.
Burke, and dismissing what Edition: ed; Page: [ viii ] is extraneous and ornamental, we shall discover certain leading questions, of which the decision is indispensible to the point at issue. The natural order of these topics will dictate the method of reply. Burke, availing himself of the indefinite and equivocal term, Revolution, has, altogether, reprobated that transaction. The first question, therefore, that arises, regards the general expediency and necessity of a Revolution in France.
The conduct of its English admirers forms the last topic, though it is with rhetorical inversion first treated by Mr. Burke, as if the propriety of approbation should be determined before the discussion of the merit or demerit of what was approved. In pursuance Edition: ed; Page: [ ix ] of this analysis, the following sections will comprise the substance of our refutation. The Composition and Character of the National Assembly considered.
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The Popular Excesses which attended, or followed the Revolution. The Conduct of its English Admirers justified. With this reply to Mr. Burke will be mingled some strictures on the late publication of M. His work is more methodical than that of his coadjutor, Mr. Their extent and intricacy seem contrived to extort assent from Edition: ed; Page: [ xi ] public indolence, for men will rather believe than examine them.
His inferences are so outrageously incredible, that most men of sense will think it more safe to trust their own plain conclusions than to enter such a labyrinth of financial sophistry.
The only part of his production that here demands reply, is that which relates to general political questions. Remarks on what he has offered concerning them will naturally find a place under the corresponding sections of the Reply to Mr. Its most important view is neither literary nor argumentative. It appeals to judgments more decisive than those of criticism, and aims at wielding weapons more formidable than those of logic.
It is the manifesto of a Counter Revolution, and its obvious object is to inflame every passion and interest, real or supposed, that has received any shock in the establishment of Edition: ed; Page: [ xii ] freedom. He probes the bleeding wounds of the princes, the nobility, the priesthood, and the great judicial aristocracy. He adjures one body by its dignity degraded, another by its inheritance plundered, and a third by its authority destroyed, to repair to the holy banner of his philanthropic crusade.
Confident in the protection of all the monarchs of Europe, whom he alarms for the security of their Edition: current; Page: [ 10 ] thrones, and having insured the moderation of a fanatical rabble, by giving out among them the savage war-whoop of atheism, he already fancies himself in full march to Paris, not to re-instate the deposed despotism for he disclaims the purpose, and who would not trust such virtuous disavowals!! Edition: ed; Page: [ xiii ]. Crusades were an effervescence of chivalry, and the modern St.
Francis has a knight for the conduct of these crusaders, who will convince Mr. Burke, that the age of chivalry is not past, nor the glory of Europe gone for ever. The French Revolution, in its most popular sense, perhaps would be understood in England to Edition: ed; Page: [ 16 ] consist of those splendid events that formed the prominent portion of its exterior, the Parisian revolt, the capture of the Bastile, and the submission of the King.
But these memorable events, though they strengthened and accelerated, could not constitute a Political Revolution. It must have been a change of Government, but even limited to that meaning, it is equivocal and wide.
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It is capable of three senses. The union of the three Orders in one assembly was a most important change in the forms and spirit of the legislature. This Edition: ed; Page: [ 17 ] too may be called the Revolution, and the 23d of June will be its aera. This body, thus united, are forming a new Constitution. This may be also called a Revolution, because it is of all the political changes the most important, and its epoch will be determined by the conclusion of the labours of the National Assembly. Thus equivocal is the import of Mr. To extricate them from this ambiguity, a rapid survey of these events will be necessary.
It will prove too the fairest and most forcible confutation of his arguments. It will best demonstrate the necessity and justice of all the successive changes in the State of France, which formed the mixed mass called the Revolution. It will discriminate legislative acts from popular excesses, and distinguish transient confusion from permanent establishment.
It will evince the futility and fallacy of attributing to the Edition: ed; Page: [ 18 ] conspiracy of individuals, or bodies, a Revolution which, whether it be beneficial or injurious, was produced only by general causes, where the most conspicuous individual produced little real effect. The Constitution of France resembled in the earlier stages of its progress the other Gothic governments of Europe.
The history of its decline and the causes of its extinction are abundantly known. Its infancy and youth were like those of the English government.