According to the epilogue, its authority as a valid source for settling disputes lay in the fact that it was derived from novella lex, or the written law issued by emperors contained in imperial decrees, subscriptions (official decisions of an emperor in response to a particular case), and rescripts
(official replies to petitions or queries from private individuals)--as well as from vetus ius, a body of law found in juristic writing which incorporated legal rules and principles established by the agencies of legislation other than the emperor (i.
58) The Rescripts
are cited in Hill, "Kamikaze, 1943-5," 15.
show that the emperors, like the bishops, were overwhelmingly preoccupied with a succession of ecumenical church councils that attempted to determine orthodox theology, especially Christology.
The Imperial Rescript
on Education says, Should emergency arise, offer yourselves courageously to the State.
with the aim of seizing a pair of 25-centimeter records of the reading of the surrender rescript
and blocking its broadcast at noon that day.
In addition, we are introduced to the argument that no recognition could be extended by Irish law to the papal rescript
giving the cardinal legatine authority.
In addition, the Imperial Rescript
of Education of 1890 that outlined the principle of public education and became the philosophy of the nation, pointed at the excellence of the Japanese traditional value system.
Another theme is "the power of African Americans to rescript
the meaning of" such writing (p.
78) The Imperial Rescript
of Gulhane that initiated the Tanzimat Period enunciated such goals as the protection of life, property and honor of all subject peoples of the Empire, but not the natural rights of man.
Of these three stand out as being the most radical since the influential Imperial Rescript
on Education in 1890.
A notorious perfectionist, he would obsessively rescript
and re-shoot his films, sometimes for years.
Ungaretti clearly set out to rescript
a version of the Aeneid.