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TitleXingtong fushu 刑統賦疏[Prose-Poem on the Penal Code, with Commentary]
Topic2.3 Judicial cases: historical casebooks
Historical periodAntique and Medieval period
AuthorFu Lin 傅霖, commentary by Shen Zhongwei 沈仲緯,
CollectionZhongguo lüxue wenxian 中國律學文獻
Place of publicationHeilongjiang renmin chubanshe 黑龍江人民出版社
Publication typeWoodblock
Comment Shen Jiaben’s postface states that Shen Zhongwei was active under emperor Shundi of the Yuan (r. 1333-67). Fu Lin’s original “rhymes” are followed (in the fullest cases) by an explanatory commentary (shujie 疏解) based on the Tang lü shuyi 唐律疏義, in turn followed by a “straightforward explanation” (zhijie 直解) and “comparisons of terms” (yujiao 語較), then again by substatutes (tongli 通例) selected from current Yuan legal usage. According to Yang Weizhen’s preface the aim was to revive Fu Lin’s teaching, viz. interpret the law taking account of changing circumstances. Shen Jiaben notes some interpolations in the text attributed to Fu Lin, as well as obvious errors in the quotations from Tang lü shuyi. Still, according to Langlois (see under Xingtong fu) this is the best extant commentary to the Xingtong fu
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