One Body, Two Wings, Internal and External Dimensions: A Re-understanding of the Central Political Structure in Ming Dynasty
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The political structure of the Ming Dynasty Central Committee and its "abnormal" development have long been a topic worthy of attention. As far as the political structure of the Ming Dynasty's central government is concerned, it is a typical pyramid-shaped power structure. The imperial power is high, and the Cabinet and Civil Service Officer under it d, forming a situation of common sense and conduct. The development of the political structure of the central government in the Ming Dynasty experienced the "one-on-one model" of the emperor and the prime minister, the "one-to-many mode" of the emperor and the six, and the "one-two model" of the emperor and the cabinet and the court. Finally, a stable triangular relationship of "one body two wings, inner and outer phase dimension" was formed, which guaranteed the normal operation of the Ming Dynasty in the abnormal state in the middle and late period.
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