(87) Grundnorm-doctrine per se will not provide us with criteria for the Ought or the Ought Not of formally elevated, entrenched, and eternized normative content.
(64) A power even greater, of course, with regard to eternized constitutional Elements--see Thomas Wurtenberger, 'Verfassungsanderung und Verfassungswandel' in Wahl (ed) Vefassungsanderung, Verfassungswandel, Verfassungsinterpretation (2008) 49, 57; for the implicit entrenchment mechanism of the Indian Constitution according to the Supreme court's case law see His Holiness Kesavananda Bharati v The State of Kerala and Others, AIR 1973 SC 146.
Our New-England shall tell and boast of her Winthrop, a Law-giver as patient as Lycurgus, but not admitting any of his criminal disorders; as devout as Numa, but not liable to any of his heathenish madnesses; a Governor in whom the excellencies of christianity made a most improving addition unto the virtues, wherein, even without those, he would have made a parallel for the great men of Greece or of Rome, which the pen of a Plutarch has eternized
. (149) The comparisons Mather makes spotlight Winthrop's exercise of judgment and governance, but they also point self-reflexively to a methodology of "parallel[s]" and doubles.
The House of Fame is a monument occupied by representations of silent women whose fame, at least, is eternized
; Morose's house becomes, in Dauphine's summation, his tomb, which he is invited to 'go in and rest, and be as private as you will .