human nature was self-centered
The political philosophy of the Age of Enlightenment was that the rulers of a country are only the rulers because the people let them be. The term is called "Consent of the Governed" or "a mandate of the masses" There are more people living in a country than there are rulers, army, or police. If the citizens decide the rulers are doing a bad job, then many believe it is the right of those citizens to pick new rulers. If the rulers won't give up power, and the citizens are unhappy enough, then the only option is revolution.
Trade made Great Zimbabwe's rulers wealthy and powerful.
the rulers run a well organized government from a capital city.
The belief the Germanic rulers adopted from the Romans was Catholicism.
I believe the word you are looking for is ascendant. Someone who is next in line to take charge if the current person were to become ill or pass on.
A.human nature was self-centered. B.human nature was to be truthful. C.woman were superior to men. D.the church should be discredited. the answer is( A.human nature was self-centered.)
Machiavelli advised rulers to rule by fear and to assume that people were essentially self-centered.
Machiavelli believed that rulers did not need to be as ethical as in Plato's philosophy.
to be ruthless and forceful
Roman rulers and citizens
Machiavelli did not rule, he wrote a book called "Il Principe" or "The Prince" that was meant to be a guide for rulers. Machiavelli was a diplomat, civil servant, writer, and philosopher.
There were a couple rulers that have went back on their word. Some of the known rulers were Tyrant and Machiavelli.
Machiavelli. Source: The Prince
ashoka and many rules in karnataka
The answer is obviously when the book was made.