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But it justifies punishment restoratively, as one of a set of practices that address multiple wounds in pursuit of a morally regenerated political order.
71) Since restorative justice focuses primarily on the physical aspects (actions and consequences) of offending behavior, attention in Braithwaite's model is shifted from "fault which is causally prior to the crime, of which intention is the most important variant, to fault based on how restoratively the offender acts after the crime.
The overall effect is restoratively out of step with the late merger-and-blockbuster millennium in the same way Bruce Chatwin's quietly mysterious Utz is out of step, or J.