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|Other Titles:||The Document Reviewing Function of the Reviewing Policy Adviser in North Sung Dynasty|
reviewing policy adviser;document reviewing function;Yuan Feng reform;councilors
|Issue Date:||2013-06-21 10:32:37 (UTC+8)|
In early North Sung Dynasty, under the influences of the later Tang and Five Dynasties, the document reviewing function of the reviewing policy adviser was absent. In 993 A.D., this function was resumed but not delegated to the reviewing policy adviser, rather than the officials who were appointed to "co-administer the affairs of the reviewing policy advisers." Following this reintroduction, this function didn't perform very well, because the authorities had attempted to avoid it by all means. In 1082 A.D., the function was finally delegated to the reviewing policy adviser as part of Yuan-Feng reform, howewer the political conditions remained the same.
The document reviewing function was initially devised to prevent unwise or unjust actions by emperors or councilors. However, they had many ways to avoid this function from being performed. Therefore, the document reviewing function, either performed by the reviewing policy adviser or others, failed to prevent efficiently emperors' or councilors' imprudent actions.
|Relation:||社會科學論叢, 1(2), 145-165|
|Appears in Collections:||[政治學系] 期刊論文|
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