Was Machiavelli a Machiavellian?
Machiavelli's, 'The Prince', is a work almost entirely consumed with understanding the relationship between a leader (in this case referred to though not confined to a Prince) and his subjects or citizens. Machiavelli explores this relationship on several levels throughout his work, tending to describe the Prince and his traits from the perspective of the people over which he rules.
As the focus of much of the work is reliant upon the view of a Prince in the eyes of his subjects the question as to whether Machiavelli himself was a Machiavellian is a particularly interesting one. Machiavel…
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