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What are the classifications of constitutions?
March 15, 2011 7:55AM
Classifications of Constitutions
A fundamental classification is codification or lack of codification. A codified constitution is one that is contained in a single document, which is the single source of constitutional law in a state. An uncodified constitution is one that is not contained in a single document, consisting of several different sources, which may be written or unwritten.
The "classification of constitution" is also a Chinese term for classifying the various aspects of the human constitution (such as the nervous system or metabolism) for homeopathic remediation.
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