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Machiavelli encouraged rulers and would be rulers to believe that?

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.)


What recommendation does Niccolo Machiavelli make to rulers from his country?

Machiavelli advised rulers to rule by fear and to assume that people were essentially self-centered.


What was Machiavelli's view of Plato's Philosophy?

Machiavelli believed that rulers did not need to be as ethical as in Plato's philosophy.


What advice did Machiavelli provide rulers in his book the prince?

to be ruthless and forceful


What did Niccolò Machiavelli study as inspiration for The Prince?

Roman rulers and citizens


How did Machiavelli rule his people?

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.


Rulers who went back on their word or rulers who take complete power and use it in a harsh way?

There were a couple rulers that have went back on their word. Some of the known rulers were Tyrant and Machiavelli.


Who is was the writer that urged that rulers should pursue only power and success?

Niccolo Machiavelli


Who argued that rulers needed absolute power to establish order?

Machiavelli. Source: The Prince


Who was a political philosopher and statesman who advised rulers to separate morals from politics?

Niccolo Machiavelli


Who are the rulers who encouraged afforestation?

ashoka and many rules in karnataka


What year did Niccolo Machiavelli decide that rulers and government cannot always be good?

The answer is obviously when the book was made.