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《JOURNAL OF YUNNAN NORMAL UNIVERSITY(PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES EDITION)》 2000-01
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Emperor Taizong’s thought on the rule of law from the angle of legislation, judicature and observance

XU Min (Department of History, Menzi Teachers’College, Menzi 661100, China)XU Min (Department of History, Menzi Teachers’College, Menzi 661100, China)XU Min (Department of History, Menzi Teachers’College, Menzi 661100, China)(Department of Histor  
During the reign of Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty, chira’s feudal legal system reached its height of perfection. With the implementation and maitenace of the zhenguan legal system, the early Tang consolidated its political rule and greatly developed its social economy, and therefore a time of peace and prosperity emerged in the feudal history. Emperor Taizong’s thought on the rule of law had play an important role in drawing up and implementing the zhen’guan laws. And his ideological system of law, integrating etiquette into laws, or drawing up laws in accordance with etiquette, was in evidence in legislation, judicature and observance. Guided by Emperor Taizong’s thought, the Law of the Tang was made to secure the peace and rosperity of zhenguan and established the standard for the penal laws of feudal autocracy which was followed by all the other feudal dynastes afterwars.
【CateGory Index】: D909.2
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