Niccolo Machiavelli

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Synonyms for Niccolo Machiavelli

a statesman of Florence who advocated a strong central government (1469-1527)


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The second triad was closely related with the first and is based on three traditions of international thought identified by Wight as Realism (associated with Machievelli), Rationalism (associated with Grotius), and Revolutionism (associated with Kant).
The management thinkers that make up the first section of this book, over 45 in total, consist of most of the world's most influential management gurus and writers, ranging from Peter Drucker to Tom Peters, Sun Tzu to Machievelli. Concise summaries of their lives, careers and impact provide the reader with details of their core thinking, contributions and achievements.
(3.) For a good example of fatalistic hip-hop, listen to Tupac Shakor's "Machievelli." For political inspiration, listen to Lauren Hill or Dead Prez.
The cyclical conceptualization of time ("time's cycle"), in addition, has received more than a modicum of support from some of the giants of Western philosophy--Nietzsche, Hegel, Lasaulx, Vico, Machievelli, Polybius, Plato, etc.--not to mention its total dominance of non-Western traditions of thought (Trompf 1979; Whitrow 1988).