Machiavelli Different Positions On Government

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December 1, 2013

 

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He believed that kingdoms should have definite allies and enemies and that leaders should learn the art of war. In fact, one of his works was entitled The Art of War. Whatever means necessary to preserve the state and provide balance and security. There are really only two types of government that would fit his framework of government, a monarchy and a tyranny...
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Machiavelli makes the point to say that a tyranny is bad and when he talks about Agathocles and how he is an example of a bad ruler because he was a tyrant, and this is why he supports a monarchy. Agathocles can be viewed as one of the finest generals but Machiavelli makes a point to say that “one ought not, of course, to call it virtue to massacre one’s fellow citizens, to betray one’s friends, to break one’s word, to be without mercy and without religion” (The Prince, 28)...
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