How was the vast ancient chinese empire brought together and effectively ruled what are the historical origins of the resilience of contemporary chinas political system in the constitution of ancient china su li chinas most influential legal theorist examines the ways in which a series of fundamental institutions rather than a supreme legal code upholding the laws of the land evolved . For general queries contact webmasterpressprincetonedu trritory and e politics 35 with bordering tribes entering into the central plain gradually bringing about an integration of peoples by the qing dynasty chinas borders encompassed the constitution of ancient china chapter 1. The princeton china series aims to publish the works of contemporary chinese scholars in the humanities social sciences and related fields the goal is to bring the work of these important thinkers to a wider audience foster an understanding of china on its own terms and create new opportunities for cultural cross pollination. In the constitution of ancient china su li chinas most influential legal theorist examines the ways in which a series of fundamental institutions rather than a supreme legal code upholding the laws of the land evolved and coalesced into an effective constitution. Run through chinas ancient constitution from beginning to end second there is the problem of the creation of ancient chinas meritocracy which is not the tale of bo le and the thousand league horse as many famous people have mistakenly believed and said5 rather and it has always been
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