鈴木唯一と律例精義 A Study of "Ritsureiseigi"
It was "De L'Esprit des Loix", that is, "Sprite of Laws" written by Montesquieu in Io, 1748 that had greatly affected the morden thought as to laws not only in West European countries but also in Japan. In spite of the excellent book being worth reading, it was too hard a book, it goes without saying that the difficulty was not in the book but in readers, for many people to understand. However, in 7, 1875 Tadaichi Suzuki translated into Japanese out of the French original, whose work was named "Ritsureiseigi." I would make a study of an enduring problem that faces us, that is, what law is by discerning some order within a mass of their materials. 1. Introduction 2. The awakening of the morden thought as to laws in Japan and Tadaichi Suzuki 3. The construction of "Ritsureiseigi" 4. About the introductory remark of "Ritsureiseigi" 5. About Montesquieu 6. Conclusion
法政論叢 23(0), 58-76, 1987