KENNEDY BUHERE: Judges and their love for classics

Some of our judges seem to be guided by the great thinkers of the past in making rulings.

In Summary
  • The past provides conceptual frameworks that enrich experience and helps us to find locus and meaning
  • The usefulness of the cultural and intellectual heritage of mankind is not the preserve of lawyers and judges

The thoughts of great thinkers of the past appear to be guiding some of our judges in determining momentous public affairs issues.

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