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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Minear, Richard H.
Japanese tradition and western law.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1970
|Named Person:||Yatsuka Hozumi; Hozumi Yatsuka.; Yatsuka Hozumi|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard H Minear
|Description:||244 pages ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: Hozumi Yatsuka, 1860-1912 ; Japan's cultural identity --
Hozumi Yatsuka: the early years. Tokyo University, 1879-1881 ; Hozumi Yatsuka and the debate on sovereignty of 1882 --
The German background. German theories of the state: Savigny and the historical method ; Laband's method: legal positivism ; Laband's theory: the legal personality of the state ; The state as legal person: Gierke's critique --
Hozumi's general theory: the state. The state defined ; Kokutai and Seitai ; Ancestor worship ; Christianity and the pre-Christian West ; The state and the individual --
Law, constitutions, and constitutionalism. Law defined ; The social function of law ; Constitutions ; Constitutionalism ; Parliamentary Seitai and imperial Seitai --
The Meiji constitution. Subject of rule: the emperor ; The divided powers ; The executive power ; The legislative power ; The judicial prerogative ; Meiji constitutionalism: party politics and suffrage ; Hozumi Yatsuka and the western legal tradition --
Japanese tradition. Confucianism and neo-Confucianism ; Japanese neo-Confucianism: Mitogaku and Kokugaku --
Hozumi Yatsuka and Japanese tradition. Hozumi Yatsuka, neotraditionalist ; Japanese tradition and western law --
|Series Title:||Harvard East Asian series, 48.|
|Responsibility:||Richard H. Minear.|