Pure Spirits: Imperial Japanese Justice and Right-Wing Terrorists, 1878–1936

Why was the legal system in 1930s Japan so friendly to right-wing offenders, eved to assassinate leading statesm leading statesmen and generals? The answer is intertwined with a cultural narrative defined here as “subjectivism”, that assigned vital importance to a criminal’s subjective state of mind...
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Danny ORBACH [VerfasserIn]

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Electronic Article

Language:

English ; Japanese ; Korean ; Chinese

Published:

2018

Subjects:

Modern Japan, Japanese law, legal history, subjectivism, political terrorism

Containing Work:

In: Asian Studies - Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani (Ljubljana University Press, Faculty of Arts), 2013, 6(2018), 2, Seite 129-156

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volume:6 ; year:2018 ; number:2 ; pages:129-156

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https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2018.6.2.129-156 [Kostenfrei]

https://doaj.org/article/d203f5b810774d33b21ecb4a4be2fff0 [Kostenfrei]

https://revije.ff.uni-lj.si/as/article/view/7675 [Kostenfrei]

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DOI / URN:

10.4312/as.2018.6.2.129-156

Catalog id:

DOAJ015275698

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