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Yuan-sheng Huang

Specialized Areas

History of Chinese Legal Thought, History of Law, Criminal Law.

Academic Experience

Education

Ph.D., College of Law, National Taiwan University.

LL.D. Program, Graduate school of Law, Kyoto University.

Current and Previous Positions

Visiting Fellow, Graduate school of Law, Kyoto University.

Visiting Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo.

Adjunct Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica.

Distinguished Professor, College of Law, National Chengchi University.

Adjunct Professor, College of Law, National Chengchi University.

Professor, Fu Jen School of Law, Fu Jen Catholic University.

Selected PublicationsBooks

1. Chinese Traditional legal System and Thought1998

2. Legal Transition and Judgments in early Republic of China2000

3. Legal Reception and Modern Law in China2007

4. Hang-Tan Legal System and Confucianism2009

5. The Supreme Court and It's Judgments in the Early Republic of China2011

6. The Introduction of the Legal History of China2016

7. Historical Comments of Criminal Law in Late Qing Dynasty and Republic of China2018


8. A Compilation of the Judgments of the Supreme Administrative Court in the Early Republic of China2007

9. The Hundred Selection of Civil Precedents of the Supreme Court in the Early Republic of China2009

10. A Compilation of the Civil Precedents of the supreme Court in the Early Republic of China2012

11. A Compilation of the Criminal Precedents of the Supreme Court in the Early Republic of China2013

12. A Compilation of Civil Law from the Late Qing Period to Republic of China2014

13. A Compilation of the Criminal Precedents of the Supreme Court 1928-19342014

14. A Compilation of the Civil Precedents of the Supreme Court 1928-19342014

 

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Historical Comments on Criminal Law in the Late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China

Yuan-sheng Huang

Table of Contents

IntroductionThe history and transition of the fundamental principles of Criminal Law in the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China   1

Part I The Genealogy of the Code Compilation  47

Chapter 1    The last traditional Criminal Code of Chinas imperial system ---The continuity and transition of the Current Criminal Code of the Qing Dynasty  49

Chapter 2    The antagonism between traditional laws and transplanted laws--The conflict between the traditional etiquette and the laws of the New Criminal Code of the Qing Dynasty  85

Chapter 3    Legal reception and the switching of legal languages--The legal language in the New Criminal Code of the Qing Dynasty  117

Chapter 4    The first Criminal Code of the Republic of China--The history and theory of the Provisional New Criminal Code of the first year of the Republic of China 163

Chapter 5    The work of etiquette and legal emphasis--The collection of the Revised Criminal Draft of the 4th year of the Republic of China  193

Chapter 6    New work under pressure from at home and abroad--The Second Amendment of the Criminal Code of the 7 th year of the Republic of China and its comments 221

Chapter 7    The first Criminal Code of the government of the Republic of China--The Old Criminal Code and the judicial implementation of the 17 th year of the Republic of China  253

Chapter 8    Retrospect and development--The Criminal Code of the 24th year of the Republic of China and the evolutionary process of the amendments during the past eighty years    291

 

Part II Theory and Practice    331

Chapter 9    Human nature, ethical reasoning and legal principles--The traditional and present conditions of the immunity of mutual concealment among relatives    333

Chapter10   Lust, regulations and history--The historical development and tendencies of adultery between blood relatives   381

Chapter11   Lust and caution--One hundred years of vicissitudes from fornication to the decriminalization of adultery: A study on the controversy over the abrogation of the statute on fornication during the legal reception period in the late Qing Dynasty   421

Chapter12   Traditional moral human relations and foreign laws--The history, concepts, and tendencies of offences regarding the murder of elder linear blood relatives 453

Chapter13   Between etiquette and crime : From the lack of care to the abandonment of elder linear blood relatives   503

Chapter14   From a mixture of property and humans to equal rights--The brightness and darkness of the abrogation of the slave trade 545

Chapter15   The application of customs in Criminal trials --A case study of the old customs of Taiwanese aboriginals   589

Conclusion     621

 

Appendix    A comparison table of all of the amendments of the Criminal Code of the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China 625

Noun Index 631

Name Index     641