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Definition of Codification

  • The act or process of codifying or reducing laws to a code.
  • the act of codifying; arranging in a systematic order
  • a set of rules or principles or laws (especially written ones)

How to use codification in a sentence. Codification pronunciation.

Moreover, the assumption of a codification either as preceding all praxis, or as alongside and independent of it, is precisely in the case of sacrificial ritual one of enormous difficulty, for it is obvious that such a codification can only be the final result of an old and highly developed use, and not the invention of an idle brain.
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It would require very strong internal evidence to destroy the probability, thus based on a most positive statement of facts, that the codification of the ritual only took place in the post-exile period.
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Babylonia was the place where a further codification of the law had been placed alongside of Deuteronomy.
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One consequence of the process of intellectual isolation and of the effort to shape everything in accordance with hard and fast rules and doctrines was the systematisation and codification of juristic and ritual tradition, a work with which a beginning was made in the century following the destruction of Jerusalem.
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He gave unbounded religious toleration, and meditated a complete codification of the Roman law.
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The allusion is to Justinian's codification of the Roman Law.
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The laws of the District appear to be in an uncertain and unsatisfactory condition, and their codification or revision is much needed.
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With the exception of this fundamental law, which is, indeed, merely a codification of the law of nature-the edict of Eden-by which it is made equal in its pressure on men, our system depends in no particular upon legislation, but is entirely voluntary, the logical outcome of the operation of human nature under rational conditions.
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Examples of Codification

Example #1
This consideration also makes retreat into the theory of an illegal praxis impossible, and renders the legitimacy of the actually subsisting indisputable.
Example #2
But if this is done it is unallowable to date that existence, not from Moses, but from some other intermediate point in the history of Israel.
Example #3
We have already seen of what nature the internal evidence is which is brought forward with this view.
Example #4
But in the second place, as we are accustomed to infer the date of the composition of Deuteronomy from its publication and introduction by Josiah, so we must infer the date of the composition of the Priestly Code from its publication and introduction by Ezra and Nehemiah.
Example #5
Ezekiel had led the way in reducing to theory and to writing the sacred praxis of his time; in this he was followed by an entire school; in their exile the Levites turned scribes.
Example #6
They were no great losers from the circumstance that they were precluded from participating directly in the life of the ecclesiastical community; the Torah had long ago become separated from the people, and was now an independent abstraction following a career of its own.