You asked for examples of what points Napoleon was both disagreed with and that Napoleon's viewpoint was discarded and not used. You were given four. Then you proceed to denigrate the examples because they pertained to the family. I then pointed out to you that the subject of the family is a substantial part of the Code Civile, so it is important.
Seems to me you are predisposed to denigrate Napoleon despite any evidence to the contrary. That isn't the process of historical inquiry. That is unreasoned bias.