Machiavelli- Incomplete

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Philosophy

 

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March 4, 2014

 

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For Gandhi the oneness of humanity (and the self) was the truth, and violence and denial of this caused separation from that truth, and human suffering. Gandhi would not be surprised that the century of realism was also the century of mass killing and violence: our attitudes on human nature and power are reflected in our political outcomes...
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Gandhi would consider himself more realistic than the realist, whom he would think fooled by the temptation of petty power, and the illusion of short-term expediency. although we may admire Gandhi more than Machiavelli, the world does often seem to comport to Machiavelli’s expectations. From Darfur to Bosnia and Rwanda, we see that disorder and anarchy can breed immense evil...
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