Machiavellism

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  • However, many of the notions which are connected with the term Machiavellism were not explicitly stated by Machiavelli but only implied in his political writ - ings.

    MACHIAVELLISM

  • If the idea of Machiavellism lost in coherence and significance in the nineteenth century, the development of scholarship, and particularly of historical scholar - ship, maintained and perhaps intensified interest in

    MACHIAVELLISM

  • This dangerous doctrine has received the name of "Machiavellism"; it is not yet dead in European statecraft.

    Early European History

  • We introduced neo-Machiavellism into this country, the others, the counter-revolutionary dictatorships, have clumsily imitated it.

    Autumn

  • In the long run, Confucius will continue to be remembered for his kindness and the reasonableness of his social scheme, while Mao and his fellow-ideologues will be remembered for their Machiavellism, brutality and sheer cynicism.

    Emanuel L. Paparella - Confucius: The Sage of Compassion and Kindness

  • Tarbell wondered whether the cleansing effects of her Standard Oil exposé could successfully wipe away the "commercial Machiavellism" of Rockefeller.

    'Taking on the Trust: The Epic Battle of Ida Tarbell and John D. Rockefeller'

  • Tarbell portrayed the company as a dread power, cruel, omniscient, always ready to spring, and charged Rockefeller with "commercial Machiavellism."

    Reviewed: books on the U.S. in the Middle East, Taking on Standard Oil, the 1917 St. Louis Race Riots and more

  • Tarbell portrayed the company as a dread power, cruel, omniscient, always ready to spring, and charged Rockefeller with "commercial Machiavellism."

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • This royal act shows us that Machiavellism is not new; but is it true that Artaxerxes promised not to make an example of the chief mercenaries who sold themselves to his brother?

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • La Mothe Le Vayer, teacher of the Dauphin and mem - ber of the French Academy, popularized and promul - gated the nouveau pyrrhonisme (sometimes joining it to a Machiavellism in politics).

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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