（吉林大学 法学院，吉林 长春 130012）
中图分类号：DF92 文献标识码：A 文章编号：
The Regulations of Kangxi and Yongzheng which are praised as "Good Law"
—— Guidance and Spirit of Persuasion and Punishment
(School of Law,JilinUniversity,Changchun Jilin 130012 China)
Abstract:XuShouheng, the author of the QingShiGao(The history of Qing Dynasty·Criminal Law), commented on the "legal code" of one of the legal forms of the Qing Dynasty, and said six categories and seven "good laws" of the Qing Dynasty in one time.They appeared in many fields, including positive "teaching", "persuasion", and negative "punishment" ," eradicate", which XuShouheng thought was a "good law" reflecting the prosperous climate of the Qing Dynasty. This paper holds that the general spirit here is between persuasion and punishment, and the author praises both leniency and severity. XuShouheng takes "concealing the ancient meaning" and "correcting the former loss" as two criteria to judge whether the system is good or not. The former is understood as "retro", while the latter is understood as "cheating", both of which are regarded as two areas of progress and innovation. Ultimately, it is either strict or lenient. Between strictness and leniency, there is a reason for leniency and strict consideration. In XuShouheng's overall evaluation of the laws of the Qing Dynasty, we can appreciate the author's self-confidence in these systems, these measures, and the concepts, consciousness and spirit behind them, but we can not see that this is a review of the laws of the last ages after the collapse of the Qing Empire. This is the confidence of the system and the affirmation of the good law and the good will of the Chinese people.
Key words:XuShouheng; Institutional Confidence；QingShiGao(The history of Qing Dynasty·Criminal Law);good law;Cultural Confidence