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On the Necessity of Government (according to Madison)

The problem of Governance is hardly insightful, predating angles in fact. Only in a monotheistic religion are lesser gods demoted to angels. Used as an ideal for the conduct, the model citizen should start with knowledge and build from there. The problem, you see, is threefold!

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On the Necessity of Government (according to Madison)

If men were angels, no government would be necessary.

- James Madison (1751-1836)

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On the Necessity of Government (according to Madison)

The problem of Governance is hardly insightful, predating angles in fact. Only in a monotheistic religion are lesser gods demoted to angels. Used as an ideal for the conduct, the model citizen should start with knowledge and build from there. The problem, you see, is threefold! First, we have the problem of knowledge, then we have the problem of conduct and finally, there is the problem of governance. The proximal and distal relationship starts with knowledge and ends with governance. The middle ground is conduct, informed by knowledge and governed by governance. One necessarily follows the other. Is the system sound? Well, that's up to the individual because individuals make up the government, constitute it if you will.


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