Title: The Prince
|Date:||July 9, 2014|
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Therefore, it is better that a prince find an equilibrium between the two extremes. Machiavelli said it best when he said “…it is necessary for him to be sufficiently prudent (balanced)….
Machiavelli has a different view of vices which we think are unfavorable. He sort of suggests that vices as well as virtue are necessary for a prince to survive as being a prince...
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For example when Machiavelli stated “…he need not make himself uneasy at incurring a reproach for those vices without which the state can only be saved with difficultly…it would be found that something which looks like virtue, if followed would be his ruin; whilst something else, which looks like vice, yet followed brings him security and prosperity…...
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