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The prince / by Nicolò Machiavelli. [Translated by W.K. Marriott] Leviathan; or, Matter, form, and power of a commonwealth, ecclesiastical and civil, by Thomas Hobbes. [Edited by Nelle Fuller].

Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527 (Author). Marriott, W. K. (William K.), (translator.). Fuller, Nelle, (editor.). Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679 Leviathan. (Added Author).
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Batesville Mem. PL - Batesville 081 GREAT Vol. 21 (Text) 34706000880213 Non-Fiction 000-099 Available -

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  • Physical Description: xi, 283 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Edition: 2nd ed.
  • Publisher: Chicago : Encyclopædia Britannica, [1955]

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Prince: How many kinds of principalities there are, and by what means they are aquired -- Concerning hereditary principalities -- Concerning mixed principalities -- Why the kingdom of Darius, conquered by Alexander, did not rebel against the successors of Alexander at his death -- Concerning the way to govern cities or principalities, which lived under their own laws before they were annexed -- Concerning prinicipalities which are acquired by one's own arms and ability -- Concerning new principalities which are acquired either by the arms of others or by good fortune -- Concerning those who have obtained a principality by wickedness -- Concerning a civil principality -- Concerning the way in which the strength of all principalities ought to be measured -- Concerning ecclesiastical principalities -- How many kinds of soldiery there are and concerning mercenaries -- Concerning auxiliaries, mixed soldiery, and one's own -- That which concerns a prince on the subject of the art of war -- Concerning things for which men, and especially princes, are praised or blamed -- Concerning liberality and meaness -- Concerning cruelty and clemency, and whether it is better to be loved than feared -- Concerning the way in which princes should keep the faith -- That one should avoid being despised and hated -- Are fortresses, and many other things to which princes resort, advantageous or hurtful? -- How a prince should conduct himself so as to gain renown -- Concerning the secretaries of princes -- How flatterers should by avoided -- Why the princes of Italy have lost their states -- What fortune can effect in human affairs, and how to withstand her -- Exhortation to liberate Italy from the barbarians -- Leviathan / Thomas Hobbes.
Subject: Political science > Early works to 1800.
Political ethics.
State, The.

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