n Without Prejudice - History and Justice : the law

Volume 9, Issue 5
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



Each of these four strands of memory contributes to our modern conception of justice. The first two, by and large, weaken the project of constructing a sense of justice, while the latter two, again by and large, strengthen it. The most important contemporary contributor to that conception, though, is our Constitution. And it is to the Constitution, and the manner in which it engages with these strands of memory to which I now turn.

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