Analysis of Cesare Borgia in Machiavelli's The Prince

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Philosophy

 

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Darius H

 

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May 6, 2015

 

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It is the parable of a special breed of "hereditary prince" who must become a "new prince" through his own virtue. He must "put his roots in the states that the arms and fortune of others had given him" (7.27). There are two main ideas found in this depiction of Cesare?s virtue. Virtue is necessarily adaptable, enabling one to build on what one has inherited, and it follows the trend of founding, the planting of one?s roots...
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There are two main ideas found in this depiction of Cesare?s virtue. Virtue is necessarily adaptable, enabling one to build on what one has inherited, and it follows the trend of founding, the planting of one?s roots. The new prince must found a new order through a constant reevaluation of virtue depending on his need...
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