Machiavelli perspective on globalization

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Philosophy

 

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Kim W

 

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November 8, 2014

 

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He was twenty-five at the time of Savonarola's attempt to establish a theocratic democracy, although, from the available evidence, he took no part in it. Yet through his family, he was closer to many of these events than many Florentine citizens. The Machiavelli family for generations had held public office, and his father was a jurist and a minor official...
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Machiavelli himself, shortly after the execution of Savanarola, became Secretary of the Second Chancery, which was to make him widely known among his contemporaries as the "Florentine Secretary." By virtue of his position Machiavelli served the "Ten of Liberty and Peace," who sent their own ambassadors to foreign powers, transacted business with the cities of the Florentine domain, and controlled the military establishment of Florence...
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