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AbstractSince the war there has been a revival of interest in the idea of justice and its relation to law. The main contributions have come from the side of jurisprudence among which may be mentioned Sir Carleton Kemp Allen, Aspects of Justice ; Potter, The Quest of Justice ; Friedmann, Legal Theory ; Stone, Province and Function of Law ; Paton, Textbook of Jurisprudence ; Goodhart, English Law and the Moral Law ; H. L. Hart, The Concept of Law ; E. Dowrick, Justice According to English Common Lawyers ; there have also appeared English translations of important continental contributions, such as the translation by Campbell of Del Vecchio's Justice ; by C. D. Broad of Axel Hägerströms's Inquiries into the Nature of Law and Morals and the work by Alf Ross On Law and Justice
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