Jerome Neu's scientific contributions

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“Imagine A rather short-sighted person told to read an inscription in small letters from some way off….' So begins the quest for “the real nature of justice and injustice” undertaken in response to the challenge of Glaucon and Adeimantus to show that “justice pays”. It is often alleged that the search leads through analogy to a monster “organic” st...

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... Philosophers like Thomas Aquinas, Machiavelli, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Edmund Burke and others examined the concept of governance, all with the common goal to approximate the mundane with the moral, the legal with the normative, and the state with society. For more, see Neu (1971). Policymakers and students of governance and development can thus benefit from a practical understanding of governance as it is operationalized and implemented by governments and other stakeholders. ...