Searching for Law and Order in China: Between Confucianism and Legalism

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/10/2013
16.15 - 18.00

Location
Porthania, University of Helsinki

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The Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture warmly welcomes you to participate in its guest lectures series. The next lecture will be given by SHI Daxiao, lecturer at Fudan University Law School.

Wednesday, 2nd October 2013, 16:15 – 18:00

Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki

Porthania (Yliopistonkatu 3), 5th floor, room P545

No registration needed.

 

 Searching for Law and Order in China: Between Confucianism and Legalism

Dr. SHI Daxiao

Confucianism and legalism are not only philosophical and historical topics, but also remain highly relevant for understanding contemporary Chinese ideas of law and social order. This guest lecture will focus on the historical debate between confucianism and legalism and their legacies in today’s China.

 Bio

Dr. Daxiao SHI graduated from Peking University Law School, now is lecturer at Fudan University Law School. His research fields include jurisprudence, legal history and contract law. He is currently a visiting scholar at the Department of Law, University of Eastern Finland.