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a follower of Machiavelli's principles

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Producer Quincy Jones says in an eyebrow-raising interview that Michael Jackson, shown in this 2001 file photo, was "greedy" and "as Machiavellian as they come".
Researchers have revealed that Machiavellian individuals are good at lying (Exline et al.
The Machiavellian Librarian is based on an interesting premise in the form of question--what if librarians were more Machiavellian?
If you want to tell weather your boss is psychopathic, Machiavellian, a narcissist or - even worse - all three, decide whether you strongly agree, agree, feel it applies sometimes, disagree or strongly disagree and give a score from 5 for strongly agree to 1 for strongly disagree for each character trait.
At the time of Medicean's retirement to stud, there had been a number of successful examples of Machiavellian working with Danzig such as Almutawakel and Kahal, which probably played its part in Medicean receiving a healthy number of Danzig line mares throughout his stud career.
IT was his dark satanic looks and trademark black suits as much as his Machiavellian meddling that saw Peter Mandelson swiftly labelled the Prince of Darkness at the heart of New Labour.
Christie and Geis (1970) describe Machiavellian oriented individuals as charismatic, confident and smooth as well as proud, distrustful, and prone to influencing and exploiting others.
Machiavellian Moment: A "Machiavellian Moment" as described by historian J.
Like Hume, Machiavellian republicans thought reason to be the slave of the passions.
Machiavellian Mugabe, has agreed to talk to Tsvangirai, under the magnetic mesmerising of Mbeki.
IN the sequel to Resident Evil: Apocalypse, gun-toting babe Alice (Milla Jovovich) has fled Raccoon City and the Machiavellian Umbrella Corporation.
Pocock, The Machiavellian Moment (Princeton, NJ, 1975), and Gisela Bock et al.
Other topics include Machiavellian approaches to women, masculinity, the stage, mayhem and sex, imprudence, Machiavelli's ongoing appeal and a very interesting piece on Shakespeare's Machiavellian muses.
A suspenseful saga filled cover to cover with crisscrossing Machiavellian motives, The Dream of the Fathers is a politically charged read, highly recommended.
The results reveal that age is inversely related to Machiavellianism, that there are significant differences between males' and females' perceptions of Machiavellianism, and that less educated people are more Machiavellian than better-educated people.