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The Death of Confucianization


Nicholas Calcina Howson


University of Michigan Law School

November 2, 2008

SHANGHAI REVIEW OF BOOKS, p. 4, November 2008

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From the November 2, 2008 "Shanghai Review of Books" ("Shanghai Shuping"), a Chinese language book review of the PRC Chinese edition of Li Zhende's "Gongzhu zhi Si - Ni Suo Bu Zhidao de Zhongguo Falushi" ("The Death of a Princess - The Chinese Legal History You Don't Know") (Beijing: Sanlian Bookstore Press, 2008, 114 pp.) addressing the ongoing validity of Professor Qu Tongzu's theory that the law was "Confucianizated" in imperial Chinese history, and the real autonomy of the law in the modern Chinese world.

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Keywords: China, law, legal history, Confucian, Legalist, Chinese legal history

JEL Classification: K14, K33, K41, Z00

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Date posted: December 19, 2009  

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Howson, Nicholas Calcina, The Death of Confucianization (November 2, 2008). SHANGHAI REVIEW OF BOOKS, p. 4, November 2008. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1524362

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University of Michigan Law School ( email )
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-3091
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