ⓘ Canon, basic principle. The concept of canon is very broad; in a general sense it refers to being one or a group of official, authentic or approved rules or law ..

                                     

ⓘ Canon (basic principle)

The concept of canon is very broad; in a general sense it refers to being one or a group of official, authentic or approved rules or laws, particularly ecclesiastical; or group of official, authentic, or approved literary or artistic works, such as the literature of a particular author, of a particular genre, or a particular group of religious scriptural texts, or similarly, one or a body of rules, principles, or standards accepted as axiomatic and universally binding in a religion, or a field of study or art. This can be related to such topics as literary canons, a topic within itself, for which see canon #Literature.

There is also the concept of the canons of rhetoric, including five key principles, which when grouped together, are the principles set for giving speeches as seen with regard to rhetoric. This is one such example of how the term canon is used in regard to rhetoric.

                                     
  • Canon basic principle a rule or a body of rules or principles generally established as valid and fundamental in a field of art or philosophy Canon
  • of Canon 844, described in Ernest Caparros et al. Code of Canon Law Annotated, is that the general principle is established first, then this canon considers
  • Archives. The basic unit of the Code is the canon Its subdivisions appear as Canon Can. Paragraph e.g. 2 Number e.g. 3 Some canons contain numbers
  • The principle of inquisition is a form of criminal proceeding developed in Italy, which is labeled by the axiom of the ex officio inquiry of a criminal
  • The book An Essay on the Principle of Population was first published anonymously in 1798, but the author was soon identified as Thomas Robert Malthus
  • APX and asked him whether he could construct a gun on the general principle of the Haussner long - cylinder recoil without infringing the existing patents
  • guarantee these basic rights. Article 1 of the Basic Law in German legal shorthand GG, for Grundgesetz which establishes this principle that human dignity
  • In the jurisprudence of the canon law of the Catholic Church, a dispensation is the exemption from the immediate obligation of law in certain cases. Its
  • kept a brocard, is a basic principle of civil law, canon law, and international law. In its most common sense, the principle refers to private contracts