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Carmine Gorga

1935 -

CARMINE GORGA is engaged in a complex
program of interdisciplinary research
that he likes to call Relationalism
and in the application of findings in
his community, Gloucester, MA. For details,
please visit www.carmine-gorga.us.
In about forty years of working with experts at the highest levels of academia and community
groups, he has been especially instrumental in
preserving the public transportation system on
Cape Ann (CATA), creating the Gloucester
Fishermen’s Wives Association (GFWA),
establishing the Society for the encouragement
of the Arts (seArts) and introducing fresh fish
into the national supermarkets.
A former Fulbright scholar, he has a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Naples,
Italy. He is most proud of these two publications:
The Economic Process: An Instantaneous Non-
Newtonian Picture. Lanham, Md. and Oxford:
University Press of America, 2002. And “Toward
the Definition of Economic Rights,” The Journal
of Markets and Morality, Spring 1999, II (1) 88-101.
His latest publication is entitled TO MY POLIS, WITH LOVE (The Somist Institute, 2008).

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