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China"s legal soul

the modern Chinese legal identity in historical context
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Carolina Academic Press , Durham, N.C
Law -- China -- History, Law -- China -- Philosophy, Rule of law -- China -- History, Law and ethics -- China, Law reform --
StatementJohn W. Head.
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LC ClassificationsKNQ120 .H43 2008
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL22659275M
ISBN 139781594606366
LC Control Number2008046146

Professor Head's new book (following his earlier work, Law Codes in Dynastic China) examines these issues by focusing on modern China's ''legal soul'' by which he means the set of fundamental and animating legal principles or values that give a society its unique spirit and by: 4.

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China's legal soul: the modern Chinese legal identity in historical context. [John W Head] -- "This new look at Chinese law and society reflects the "triple anniversary" that will mark for Chinese law reform.

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China's legal soul: the modern Chinese legal identity in historical context in SearchWorks catalog. The fourth Chinas legal soul book offers Chinese legal case studies in civil, criminal, administrative, and international law.

The book concludes with a comparison of China’s fundamental governing and legal principles with those of the United States, in such areas as checks and balances, separation of.

I applaud this effort." - John W. Head, University of Kansas, author of Great Legal Traditions: Civil Law, Common Law, and Chinese Law in Historical and Operational Perspective () and China's Legal Soul: The Chinese Legal Identity in Historical Context (), and co-author of Law Codes in Dynastic China.

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China’s Legal System begins with an account of the ‘Development of the Socialist Legal System’ in China. This chapter begins with a brief but valuable introduction to contemporary China’s legal heritage. The Chinese legal system is a socialist system of law based primarily on the Civil Law model.

The diagram below from the Law Library of Congress illustrates the structure of the Chinese court system: The following sources provide a good introduction to the Chinese legal structure: The Law Library of Congress' Introduction to China's Legal Structure.

The Chinese legal history of the last 60 years has been influenced by a Marxist perspective. According to that, the great Chinese historical periods can be divided into four broad periods of so-called slave law, feudal law, para-capitalist law, and finally socialist law.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The book in question, Hidden Hand, is a comprehensive account of the CCP’s “global program of subversion, and the threat it poses to democracy,” according to the London-based Oneworld.

The origin of the current law of the People's Republic of China can be traced back to the period of the early s, during the establishment of the Chinese Soviet the first supreme court was established.

Though the contemporary legal system and laws have no direct links to traditional Chinese law, their impact and influence of historical norms still exist. Brand new skyscrapers and shopping malls, but silent streets and empty apartments.

China’s so-called ‘ghost cities’ are a hot topic in the media nowadays. The city of Ordos, Inner Mongolia, is one of the most famous. Inauthor Wade Shepard published this book about China. Overview of the Chinese Legal System T he People’s Republic of China (PRC) was founded By Jingjing Liu in by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

For almost three decades after the PRC’s establishment, there was a perception that a formal legal system for many areas of national life was unnecessary since. China introduced the concepts of public opinion warfare, psychological warfare, and legal warfare when it revised the “Political Work Guidelines of the People’s Liberation Army” in Knowledge of these “Three Warfares” — as they became known in Chinese military writings — slowly dispersed to Western security analysts.

THE SOULS OF CHINA takes readers into a land that's vastly different than the western world: full of old customs, history and beliefs, yet deeply affected by a modern Communist movement that's attempted to wipe them all out and replace them with an atheistic materialism/5(55).

The book was launched by Singapore's Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon and his Chinese counterpart Zhou Qiang on Monday at the fourth Singapore-China Legal and.

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Chinese law, the body of laws in China and the institutions designed to administer them. The term encompasses both the legal history of China prior to the foundation of the People’s Republic of China in and the law of that country today. According to conventional wisdom in the West, there was.

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A list of titles compiled by Rachel Stern and Tobias Smith, providing key English primary source documents on Chinese law. The documents include laws, cases, articles, and addresses; ranging from Song Dynasty to Also links to the full-texts of the documents on the list, as well as a bibliographic memo of selected books and resources for young scholars.

OCLC Number: Notes: "Prepared for distribution at the legal aspects of doing business with China workshop, January, New York City.". About The Souls of China. One of the Best Books of the Year: The Economist, The Christian Science Monitor China is in the midst of one of the world’s great spiritual awakenings: some million Chinese currently practice a faith, while tens of millions more follow.

Hun (Chinese: 魂; pinyin: hún; Wade–Giles: hun; lit.: 'cloud-soul') and po (Chinese: 魄; pinyin: pò; Wade–Giles: p'o; lit.: 'white-soul') are types of souls in Chinese philosophy and traditional this ancient soul dualism tradition, every living human has both a hun spiritual, ethereal, yang soul which leaves the body after death, and also a po corporeal, substantive.

An exploration of the role of faith in contemporary China. Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Johnson (A Mosque in Munich: Nazis, the CIA, and the Muslim Brotherhood in the West,etc.) delves into the lives of several families and communities as they live out varying faith traditions in the way, he provides useful history lessons on how religion in China has come to be.

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The book centers itself around ten Chinese words and phrases, like “Disparity,” “Copycat,” and “Bamboozle,” that define the post-Mao Chinese experience. With an obfuscated political system, China is. The Contest for China's Soul by Dan Blumenthal Follow DAlexBlumenthal on Twitter L Within the U.S.

foreign-policy community, the debate concerning China’s trajectory can be. Legalism, school of Chinese philosophy that attained prominence during the turbulent Warring States era (– bce) and, through the influence of the philosophers Shang Yang, Li Si, and Hanfeizi, formed the ideological basis of China’s first imperial dynasty, the Qin (– bce).

The three main precepts of these Legalist philosophers are the strict application of widely publicized. The legal system of imperial China developed from two schools of thought: Confucianism and gh both of them exerted a deep influence on China’s state-building as well as on its moral and legal traditions, at the beginning these two philosophies were bitterly opposed to each other, as they were based on entirely different principles (see: Xin Ren: Tradition of the Law and Law of.However, according to Tao Peng, senior commissioning editor of China Citic Press, books like these show that a certain class of Chinese society is paying attention to these social issues.

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