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《Journal of Henan University(Social Science)》 2018-06
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The Rise and Decline of Chinese Studies of Law from the View of Theory of Three Periods of the Legalists

YU Zhong;Law School,Capital University of Economics and Business;  
From the Han Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty,Chinese studies of law experienced two thousand years.The reason of the rise and fall of Chinese studies of law can be explained in the framework of the theory of three periods of the Legalists.In the first period of legalists,the Legalists school began to decline,and the Chinese studies of law began to rise.At the end of the Qing Dynasty,with the era of the new Warring States period coming,the second period of legalists rose,and the Chinese studies of law trend declined and ended.Based on the sense of distance formed by the third period Legalists,it can better explain the relationship among legalists,Chinese studies of law and jurisprudence.Chinese studies of law is a technology expression about the part of the legalist school;Chinese studies of law can be corresponded to a branch of jurisprudence which is the interpretation of the criminal law;and there is a small amount of cross between the legalists and the jurisprudence.
【Fund】: 北京市社会科学基金重大项目“儒家法哲学史研究”(17ZDA15)阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: D909.2
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