TITLE

Premise Analysis of the Fundamental Tasks of China's Contemporary Legal Philosophy: "The World Structure" as a Historic Condition

AUTHOR(S)
Deng Zheng-lai
PUB. DATE
March 2012
SOURCE
Fudan Journal of the Humanities & Social Sciences;Mar2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
After China's entry into "The World Structure," the legal philosophy of China, in its redefinition of "China" and its survey of "China's issues,"must construct a "relational perspective. "From this relational perspective, "The World Structure" in an age of globalization presents a dualistic character, and closely related to this is the fact that "The World Structure" forces double constraints upon the development of China. Under these double constraints, China's issues become "synchronic." This "World Structure," with its double constraints, turns out to be the historic condition of the fundamental tasks of the legal philosophy of China and it calls for a redefinition of China by the legal philosophy of China via the construction of the "relational perspective" and the "synchronic perspective" and at the same time, a "Subjective China" is to be constructed, upon which China's ideal law picture can also be perfected.
ACCESSION #
88053574

 

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