Joseph-Marie Portalis (1778-1858): et la liberté de la presse vers 1820

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Joseph-Marie Portalis (1778-1858) had been a diplomat, a judge and a deputy. Since his emigration in the Holstein, he was enthusiast about German philosophy and Kantianism.
As a moderate conservative he was in favour of reform respecting the spirit of the time and the French Charte of 1814. That can be well analysed regarding the law upon the freedom of the Press of 1828 which carry his name.
Originele taal-2French
TijdschriftC@hiers du CRHIDI
Nummer van het tijdschrift2018
StatusPublished - dec 2018
EvenementInternational day conferences by the Société d'histoire du droit et des institutions des pays flamands, picards et wallons - Brussel
Duur: 6 mei 20167 mei 2016

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