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English Writ System In Middle Ages and Development of Common Law

Li Weitao  
This article is on the English writ system in the Middle Ages. It observes and explores the outside"surroundings"on which the writ system has been based,that is to say,its historical background.Also,the article attaches importance to the growing and changing situation inside the writ system. Finally,the article introduces and relates the influence of the writ on the English legal culture.The author regards the system as a reflection or an extension of certain national cultural mentality,and as an outcome of comprehensive settings,so forms of action made up of writs are not mere rubrics nor dead categories,they are not the outcome of a classificatory process that has been applied to pre-existing materials.From the history,recognizing and analyzing a system,in fact,is to recognize and analyze ourselves.In the end,the aim of the article lies in calling on people to pay attention to the connecting relation between the tradition and the modernization,in a degree,it is a kind of returning to the tradition.Our futures have been lying in the last,what is needed to do is to seek and discover patiently.
【Fund】: 北京交通大学科技处2008RC040项目支持
【CateGory Index】: D956.1
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