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《Hebei Academic Journal》 2013-01
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"Care" Legislation and Its Modern Significance in Ancient China

ZHOU Yong-kun(Wang Jiang School of Law,Suzhou University,Suzhou 215006,China)  
As early as in the Xia dynasty,"Care" was punished in China,which was through China's feudal society."Care" is a kind of behavior,including "care" and "being cared",whose characteristic is that the person who cares and the person who is cared pervert the law for common interests.In ancient China "Care" was considered as a crime.Now "Care" in China is popular,which not only erodes the public power but also infringes the civil rights.However,"Care" legislation in China is low,so "Care" that should be considered as a crime is right.
【CateGory Index】: D929;D924
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