Machiavelli's conception of virtu and fortuna

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Philosophy

 

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Joseph S

 

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December 8, 2010

 

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The Prince is an articulate and precise explanation of the way to use the lesson of history in politics as an example to learn and build ideas from. The Prince can be broken up into four parts. Firstly, Machiavelli explains how a prince gets a state. Secondly, he explains how a prince holds on to a state...
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Secondly, he explains how a prince holds on to a state. Thirdly, he explains how a prince deals with friends and foes. Lastly, Machiavelli applies all of his points to Italy. The two main themes of The Prince are virtue and fortune. Machiavelli uses these two themes throughout the book to explain his four main points stated earlier...
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