Machiavellism


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For a critical but respectful analysis of the Florentine's contributions to modern strategic studies, see David Hendrickson, "Machiavelli and Machiavellism," in Machiavelli's Legacy: The Prince After 500 Years, edited by Timothy Fuller (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016).
Secondly, Elizabeth's awareness of (and, arguably, her implementation of) the ideas expounded in The Prince indicates that previous historians may have failed to give an adequate account of the development of English Machiavellism in the sixteenth century.
But while Lincoln may have felt anguished about his Machiavellism, he never fully abandoned it.
The lesson is that Machiavellism will not go away easily.
Before proceeding with the reception of Machiavellism, Kahn reviews Machiavelli's debt to, and critique of, the humanist rhetorical tradition, focusing on rhetorical topics, such as the humanist pedagogy of examples, the concept of imitation and virtU, the rhetoric of consensus and conflict, and other relevant commonplaces found in both The Prince and the Discourses.
2006), "In Defense of International Order: Grotius's Critique of Machiavellism," The Review of Metaphysics 60(3): 5570.
o]1: There is no difference between male and female students as to their academic achievement, Machiavellism, Type A/B Personality, ethics, and charisma.
The debate extends to include a discussion of Botero's "reason of state," which attempts to place Machiavellism in a moral/religious context.
The chapters in part four are among the best that there is in speculative writings on Machiavellism.
7) For Hans Baron, the lack of mention of the Roman example during the militia project highlights the differences between the Machiavellism of The Prince and the republican idealism of the Discourses.
The question in her fifth chapter is less how Machiavelli directly influenced the content of these controversies but how "the topics of Machiavellism and the figure of the Machiavel crystallized contemporary concerns about sovereignty and obedience, legitimate and illegitimate power, authority and dissent" (132-33).
But if Machiavelli is not a modern, asks Parel, "how can we account for the continuous operation of Machiavellism in modern history?