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Machiavelli

Niccol? . 1469--1527, Florentine statesman and political philosopher; secretary to the war council of the Florentine republic (1498--1512). His most famous work is Il Principe (The Prince, 1532)

Machiavelli

An extension of Standard ML developed by Peter Buneman & Atsushi Ohori of the University of Pennsylvania in 1989, based on orthogonal persistence.

["Database Programming in Machiavelli: A Polymorphic Language with Static Type Inference", A. Ohori, Proc SIGMOD Conf, ACM, June 1989].
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It is at this point that he needs to heed Machiavelli:
In chapter 2, "Machiavelli and Spanish Imperialist Discourse in the Sixteenth Century," Howard studies how the demands of unification and expansion led to "a more practical understanding of political power" (42), hence a greater role for Machiavelli's writings.
An alternative approach understands Machiavelli to have inaugurated an entirely new tradition by changing both the ends and means of politics.
Advancing fresh renderings of works by Machiavelli while demonstrating how they have been misread previously, Reading Machiavelli presents a new outlook for how politics should be conceptualized and practiced.
In the new picture of Machiavelli Harding draws, "the sacrificial distinction between good and bad violence" is central--whether or not Machiavelli intended it.
We acknowledge the moral and social implications of Machiavelli's recommendations to the Medici.
El citado y renombrado Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527) vuelve a ser invocado y citado.
However, these approaches did not sufficiently stress the relationship between Machiavelli's bellicose understanding and the hubris of violence.
How to Choose a Leader: Machiavelli's Advice to Citizens is a commendable work by author Maurizio Viroli on the traits that citizens should look for when choosing a leader.
NiccolE Machiavelli is out in the Tuscan countryside recruiting for a Florentine militia.
Its two-hundred-odd pages evince a conversation on the topic of Niccolo Machiavelli's enduring and complicated legacy, some five hundred years after the composition of his best-known, though frequently misconstrued, chef d'oeuvre, The Prince, produced while exiled from his beloved Florence.
In this new book, the author rejects both the idea that Machiavelli was a mere enthusiast of Roman republicanism and that he abandoned his republican principles in order to ingratiate himself with the Medici.