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The Prince Here is the world's most famous master plan for seizing and holding power. Astonishing in its candor, The Prince even today remains a disturbingly realistic and prophetic work on what it takes to be a prince...a king...a president. When, in 1512, Machiavelli was removed from his post in his beloved Florence, he resolved to set down a treatise on leadership that was practical, not idealistic. The prince he envisioned would be unencumbered by ordinary ethical and moral values; his prince would be man and beast, fox and lion. Today this small sixteenth-century masterpiece has become essential reading for every student of government and is the ultimate book on power politics. This Bantam Classic edition of The Prince includes selections from Machiavelli's Discourses as well as an introduction and notes by the translator, Daniel Donno.

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  • "The Prince Here is the world's most famous master plan for seizing and holding power. Astonishing in its candor, The Prince even today remains a disturbingly realistic and prophetic work on what it takes to be a prince...a king...a president. When, in 1512, Machiavelli was removed from his post in his beloved Florence, he resolved to set down a treatise on leadership that was practical, not idealistic. The prince he envisioned would be unencumbered by ordinary ethical and moral values; his prince would be man and beast, fox and lion. Today this small sixteenth-century masterpiece has become essential reading for every student of government and is the ultimate book on power politics. This Bantam Classic edition of The Prince includes selections from Machiavelli's Discourses as well as an introduction and notes by the translator, Daniel Donno."@en
  • "Based upon Machiavelli's first-hand experience as an emissary of the Florentine Republic to the courts of Europe, The Prince analyses the usually violent means by which men seize, retain, and lose political power. This fluent new translation is accompanied by comprehensive notes and an introduction that dispels some of the myths associated with Machiavelli, and considers the true purpose of The Prince. - ;'A prince must not have any other object nor any other thought...but war, its institutions, and its discipline; because that is the only art befitting one who commands.'. When Machiavelli's b."@en
  • "When Machiavelli's brief treatise on Renaissance statecraft and princely power was posthumously published in 1532, it generated a debate that has raged unabated until the present day. Based upon Machiavelli's firsthand experience as an emissary of the Florentine Republic to the courts of Europe, this work analyzes the usually violent means by which men seize, retain, and lose political power. Machiavelli added a dimension of incisive realism to one of the major philosophical and political issues of his time, especially the relationship between public deeds and private morality. His book provides a remarkably uncompromising picture of the true nature of power, no matter in what era or by whom it is exercised. -- From back cover."@en
  • "The Prince is considered to be the first book of modern political philosophy, where effective truth is considered more important than abstract ideals."@en
  • "Contents: The prince -- Discourses upon the first ten books of Titus Lily -- Chronology -- Notes to The Prince -- Notes to the discourses."@en
  • "The Prince is a classic book that explores the attainment, maintenance, and utilization of political power in the western world. Machiavelli wrote The Prince to demonstrate his skill in the art of the state, presenting advice on how a prince might acquire and hold power. Machiavelli defended the notion of rule by force rather than by law. Accordingly, The Prince seems to rationalize a number of actions done solely to perpetuate power. It is an examination of power-- its attainment, development, and successful use--P. [4] of cover."
  • "Classic guide to acquiring and maintaining political power is refreshing in its directness, yet often disturbing in its cold practicality. Starkly relevant to the political upheavals of the 20th century, this calculating prescription for power remains today, nearly 500 years after it was written, a timely and startling lesson in the practice of autocratic rule."
  • ""The Prince is one of the first works of political philosophy, in which the effective truth is taken to be more important than any abstract ideal. Written by by the Italian diplomat, historian andpolitical theorist Niccolo Machiavelli, the treatise is the most remembered of his works and the one most responsible for bringing the word Machiavellian into wide usage"--From publisher."@en
  • ""Pour un prince, donc, il n'est pas nécessaire d'avoir toutes les qualités susdites, mais il est tout à fait nécessaire de paraître les avoir. J'oserai même dire ceci : si on les a et qu'on les observe toujours, elles seront néfastes ; si on paraît les avoir, elles sont utiles.""
  • "Presents fifteenth-century Italian leader Niccolo Machiavelli's treatise on political power, statecraft, and the qualities of the ideal ruler, and includes historical context, explanatory notes, excerpts of criticism, discussion questions, and other study tools."
  • "English translation of Machiavelli's The prince, with Folio VIEWS text management program for PCs."
  • "The book has been variously described as the first to analyze the role of the political elite; as the one that established the independence of politics from theology; as an early formulation of the political 'myth' required to galvanize apolitical masses into revolutionary action; as a practical rule-book containing timeless precepts for the diplomat; and, most frequently, as the handbook of evil. Based upon Machiavelli's firsthand experience as an emissary of the Florentine Republic to the courts of Europe, The Prince analyzes the often-violent means by which political power is seized and retained, and the circumstances in which it is lost. Above all, it provides a remarkably uncompromising picture of the true nature of power, no matter in what era or by whom it is exercised. --publisher."@en
  • "The world-renowned philosopher's classic treatise reveals the techniques and strategies for gaining and keeping political control. "How we live is so far removed from how we ought to live, that he who abandons what is done for what ought to be done, will rather bring about his own ruin than his preservation. Therefore, it is necessary to learn how not to be good, " wrote Machiavelli."
  • "The world-renowned philosopher's classic treatise reveals the techniques and strategies for gaining and keeping political control. "How we live is so far removed from how we ought to live, that he who abandons what is done for what ought to be done, will rather bring about his own ruin than his preservation. Therefore, it is necessary to learn how not to be good, " wrote Machiavelli."@en
  • "Ce petit traité classique du début du 16e siècle constitue un des textes fondateurs de la science et de la réflexion politiques. Il se prête à de multiples interprétations mais son thème pratique est simple: comment faire durer un régime monarchique? Dossier historique et littéraire, p. 129-275."
  • ""Niccolo Machiavelli was a privy to much of the political activity in Renaissance Italy. In 1512, the roller-coaster political ride of any state took a major dip for Machiavelli as he was banished for suspected treason. It was during this time that Machiavelli decided to write down a guide for state rulers, which he named "The Prince." Dedicated to Lorenzo De' Medici of the Italian ruling family, Machiavelli's book begins by describing the various types of states and principalities. A ruler might find himself over a state that he inherited, or he might find that he is now ruling over a state that he has conquered. These states cannot be handled the same way. Depending on the type of state, the ruler has to be able to adjust how he rules to be effective. He even explains how a ruler who acquires the throne by evil means has to handle his subjects differently if he is to stay in power. Machiavelli addresses the many situations that can bring a ruler to power and the attention required by each. What types of troops a ruler should desire, how to approach military matters, and how to be viewed by subjects are all discussed--in addition to treachery, piety, and weakness. Machiavelli approaches the entire subject objectively: "A prince, therefore, must be indifferent to the charge of cruelty if he is to keep his subjects loyal and united." Machiavelli creates a handbook that rulers even today would benefit from reading. Ruling a state is not easy. The choices a ruler makes determine the how his or her reign will end. Throughout the book, Machiavelli gives advice on how a ruler should be wary and wise: "Hence a prince ought to be a fox in recognizing snares and a lion in driving off wolves." This is a must-read classic for anyone interested in history, business, politics or meglomania. It has inspired many of history's most powerful leaders (several of which, it has been said, slept with this book under their pillow) and with good reason."--"
  • "Une introduction de deux pages accompagne la traduction française de cette oeuvre de Machiavel."
  • ""An infamous Renaissance classic, The Prince shocked Europe upon publication with its ruthless tactics for gaining absolute power and its abandonment of conventional morality. Niccolo Machiavelli even came to be regarded by some as an agent of the Devel, his name taken for the intriguer "Machevill" of Jacobean tragedy. For his treatise on statecraft Machiavelli drew upon his own experience of office under the turbulent Florentine republic, rejecting traditional values of political theory and recognizing the complicated, transient nature of political life. Concerned not with lofty ideals, but with a regime that would last, The Prince has become the Bible of realpolitik, and still retains its power to alarm and instruct"--Cover, p. 2."
  • "'To investigate the imaginative leaps of so agile and incisive a mind as Machiavelli's one needs as much commentary about history, political theory, sources, and language as possible. I have gradually come to realize that readers who remain unaware of these topics frequently finish reading The Prince, put down their copies, and wonder what the shouting was all about.' Thus commented eminent Machiavelli scholar James B. Atkinson thirty years ago in justifying what remains today the most informative English-language edition of Machiavelli's masterpiece available."@en
  • "A reprinting of Machiavelli's famous work on political ethics."
  • "The Prince is a classic book that explores the attainment, maintenance, and utilization of political power in the western world. Machiavelli wrote The Prince to demonstrate his skill in the art of the state, presenting advice on how a prince might acquire and hold power. Machiavelli defended the notion of rule by force rather than by law. Accordingly, The Prince seems to rationalize a number of actions done solely to perpetuate power. It is an examination of power, its attainment, development, and successful use."
  • "The claim that Machiavelli was the first modern thinker is out of tune with the latest insights of economic, social, and gender historians, which is why Paul Sonnino has prepared this new, up-to-date edition of Machiavelli's The Prince. In his lucid introduction, Sonnino argues that Machiavelli had much more in common with the late medieval world in which he was living than he did with the modern world that had not yet emerged. It is an argument we need to resolve if we wish to arrive at a definition of modernity. Scrupulously faithful to the wording of the original Italian, Sonnino's translation is extremely daring in its transposition of phrases and clauses, so that the text flows as passionately in English as it does in the original. The authority of this edition is fully supported by its scholarly annotations and its useful maps. Here is the edition of The Prince that finally confronts the myth of Machiavelli's modernity."@en
  • "The claim that Machiavelli was the first modern thinker is out of tune with the latest insights of economic, social, and gender historians, which is why Paul Sonnino has prepared this new, up-to-date edition of Machiavelli's The Prince. In his lucid introduction, Sonnino argues that Machiavelli had much more in common with the late medieval world in which he was living than he did with the modern world that had not yet emerged. It is an argument we need to resolve if we wish to arrive at a definition of modernity. Scrupulously faithful to the wording of the original Italian, Sonnino's translation is extremely daring in its transposition of phrases and clauses, so that the text flows as passionately in English as it does in the original. The authority of this edition is fully supported by its scholarly annotations and its useful maps. Here is the edition of The Prince that finally confronts the myth of Machiavelli's modernity."
  • "The first modern treatise of political philosophy, The Prince remains one of the world's most influential and widely read books. Machiavelli reveals nothing less than the secrets of power: how to gain it, how to wield it, and how to keep it. But curiously, this work of outspoken clarity has, for centuries, inspired myriad interpretations as to its author's true message. The introduction by noted Italian Renaissance scholar Albert Russell Ascoli provides a perfect opening to Peter Constantine's illuminating new translation of this seminal work."
  • "As a diplomat in turbulent fifteenth-century Florence, Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527) knew how quickly political fortunes could rise and fall. This is his controversial handbook about the dynamics of power, leadership and strategy. Machiavelli's shrewd argument that sometimes it is necessary to abandon ethics to succeed made his name notorious. Consequently, this has been read by strategists, politicians and business people ever since."
  • "The classic handbook of statecraft written by an Italian nobleman recommends guile and craftiness to attain and maintain political power."
  • "Machiavelli applies the analytic tools of science to politics to determine the best way to rule effectively."@en
  • "La lecture du prince, qui a probablement été rédigé par machiavel entre l'été et le mois de décembre de l'année 1513, c'est-à-dire après qu'il a été chassé par les Médicis de Florence, doit s'enraciner dans la crise politique qui traverse Florence au tournant des XVème et XVIème siècles, sans pour autant renoncer à rendre compte de la distance prise par machiavel face aux évènements. Ainsi, si la rédaction du traité est en partie motivée par le désir d'être employé par les Médicis et de reprendre ainsi une fonction dans les affaires publiques, il serait largement réducteur de faire du prince une simple oeuvre de flatterie. Il s'agit tout d'abord de souligner un autre sens au contexte : le politique ne se pense réellement qu'en temps de crise. De la sorte, c'est la réalité même qui exige qu'on la repense à nouveaux frais. On comprend en ce sens que les analyses du prince soient centrées sur le problème des principats nouveaux, dont les principes de gouvernement tiennent compte de l'état d'urgence, à la différence, notamment, des principats héréditaires, qui ne se maintiennent que dans la reproduction prudente de principes déjà effectifs. Mais en même temps, ce problème des principats nouveaux est en lui-même, et donc indépendamment du contexte contemporain de la rédaction du prince, un révélateur efficace de ce qui constitue la finalité et les moyens propres du politique."
  • "Based upon Machiavelli's first-hand experience as an emissary of the Florentine Republic to the courts of Europe, The Prince analyses the usually violent means by which men seize, retain, and lose political power. This fluent new translation is accompanied by comprehensive notes and an introduction that dispels some of the myths associated with Machiavelli, and considers the true purpose of The Prince. - ;'A prince must not have any other object nor any other thought ... but war, its institutions, and its discipline; because that is the only art befitting one who commands.'. When Machiavelli's b."@en
  • "Il Principe (The Prince) is the famous text by Florentine public servant Niccolo Machiavelli, in which he outlines the best strategy by which a prince can acquire, maintain and protect his state. Published posthumously, the text departs from his previous works, but is that for which he is remembered, and which has produced the adjective "Machiavellian". Machiavelli directives for maintaining a secure state are direct and at times brutal ..."@en
  • ""Machiavelli draws on his extensive historical knowledge and experience as a statesman to examine the reasons that Kings, Emperors, Dukes and governments have thrived or crumbled, while highlighting the principles that guided them. In each case Machiavelli suggests a set of principles that any leader would find difficult to follow, but impossible to ignore. The Prince has had a profound influence on political thought over the past 500 years, so much so that the term 'Machiavellian' is used to describe one who deceives and manipulates others. This is likely derived from Machiavelli's view that "it is often necessary to act against mercy, against faith, against humanity, against frankness, against religion, in order to preserve the state." Machiavelli continues to provide an understanding of how world leaders think, and why certain decisions are made. A must read for the politically inclined and those interested in world events and the affairs of state."--P.4 of cover."
  • "A theoretical and practical guide to the acquisition and maintenance of power within a state."@en
  • "'When Machiavelli's brief treatise on Renaissance statecraft and princely power was posthumously published in 1532, it generated a debate that has raged unabated until the present day. Based upon Machiavelli's firsthand experience as an emissary of the Florentine Republic to the courts of Europe, The Prince analyses the usually violent means by which mean seize, retain, and lose political power. Machiavelli added a dimension of incisive realism to one of the major philosophical and political issues of his time, especially the relationship between public deeds and private morality. His book provides a remarkably uncompromising picture of the true nature of power, no matter in what era or by whom it is exercised"--Cover, p. 4."
  • "Often cited as one of the first works in modern political philosophy, The Prince is a political treatise that relates author Niccolo Machiavelli's theories on state-building and rulership. Drawing on his experience as a diplomat, Machiavelli discusses the important policies for both republican free-states and hereditary princedoms, and outlines the most successful political tactics, many of which remain relevant into modern times. Controversial at the time of its writing in 1513, The Prince was not officially printed until 1532, almost two decades later and five years after Niccolo Machiavelli's death. At the time, the ideas put forth in the treatise directly conflicted with dominant religious doctrines, and negative connotations surrounding the term "Machiavellian" continue to endure. Nonetheless, The Prince has influenced rulers including King Henry VIII and Catherine de Medici, and political philosophers such as Francis Bacon and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and has become one of the most widely read works of political philosophy in history. HarperTorch brings great works of non-fiction and the dramatic arts to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperTorch collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "One of the most influential books ever written. Published postumously in 1532. Machiavelli's observations on the manipulation and exercise of power have withstood the test of time. His shrewd and insightful text presents strttegies that some of history's greatest rulers have borrowed to achieve their goals. --from back cover."
  • "The PrinceHere is the world?s most famous master plan for seizing and holding power. Astonishing in its candor, The Prince even today remains a disturbingly realistic and prophetic work on what it takes to be a prince...a king...a president. When, in 1512, Machiavelli was removed from his post in his beloved Florence, he resolved to set down a treatise on leadership that was practical, not idealistic. The prince he envisioned would be unencumbered by ordinary ethical and moral values; his prince would be man and beast, fox and lion. Today this small sixteenth-century masterpiece has become essential reading for every student of government and is the ultimate book on power politics.This Bantam Classic edition of The Prince includes selections from Machiavelli?s Discourses as well as an introduction and notes by the translator, Daniel Donno."@en
  • "Treatise on political power, statecraft, and the qualities of the ideal ruler."
  • ""The Prince is a classic book that explores the attainment, maintenance, and utilization of political power in the western world. Machiavelli wrote The Prince to demonstrate his skill in the art of the state, presenting advice on how a prince might acquire and hold power. Machiavelli defended the notion of rule by force rather than by law. Accordingly, The Prince seems to rationalize a number of actions done solely to perpetuate power. It is an examination of power--its attainment, development, and successful use" -- Cover, p.[4]."
  • "A classic treatise on the art of statecraft from the Italian Renaissance statesman and political philosopher. A new translation which also includes several related pieces."@en
  • "Records the Italian statesman's classic statement on the nature of government and the means by which political power is obtained."
  • "Records the Italian statesman's classic statement on the nature of government and the means by which political power is obtained."@en
  • "Famous treatise on statecraft."@en
  • "For over four hundred years, The Prince has been the basic handbook of politics, statesmanship, and power. Written by a Florentine nobleman whose name has become a synonym for crafty plotting, it is a fascinating political and social document, as pertinent today as when it first appeared. Machiavelli wanted to set down for all time the rules and moves in the ageless game of politics, and, as the most successful statesman of his day, he devised this highly readable formula for the man who seeks power. There was little modern democracy in sixteenth century Italy, and as a result, Machiavelli's work became thought of as a blueprint for dictators--instead of a guide for efficient democratic government. Witty, informative and devilishly shrewd, Machiavelli has long been required reading for everyone interested in politics and power."
  • "The famous analysis of statemanship and power. This is a reprint of the text of the edition published by the Oxford University Press."@en
  • "$$Le Prince$$ est enrichi d'une courte biographie de son auteur et d'un dossier sur les concepts et les thèses de ce texte."
  • "Italian political thinker and historical figure at the turning point of the Middle Ages and the Modern World. Machiavelli stated in The Prince, the then revolutionary and prophetic idea, that theological and moral imperatives have no place in the political arena. "Men are always wicked at bottom unless they are made good by some compulsion.""
  • "When Lorenzo de' Medici seized control of the Florentine Republic in 1512, he summarily fired the Secretary to the Second Chancery of the Signoria and set in motion a fundamental change in the way we think about politics. The person who held the aforementioned office with the tongue-twisting title was none other than Niccolò Machiavelli, who, suddenly finding himself out of a job after 14 years of patriotic service, followed the career trajectory of many modern politicians into punditry. Unable to become an on-air political analyst for a television network, he only wrote a book. But what a book The Prince is. Its essential contribution to modern political thought lies in Machiavelli's assertion of the then revolutionary idea that theological and moral imperatives have no place in the political arena. "It must be understood," Machiavelli avers, "that a prince ... cannot observe all of those virtues for which men are reputed good, because it is often necessary to act against mercy, against faith, against humanity, against frankness, against religion, in order to preserve the state." With just a little imagination, readers can discern parallels between a 16th-century principality and a 20th-century presidency."
  • ""This is an excellent, readable and vigorous translation of The Prince, but it is much more than simply a translation. The map, notes and guide to further reading are crisp, to-the-point and yet nicely comprehensive. The inclusion of the letter to Vettori is most welcome. But, above all, the Introduction is so gripping and lively that it has convinced me to include The Prince in my syllabus for History of Western Civilization the next time that I teach it. ... Great price, too! And lovely printing and layout."€"Rachel Fulton, University of Chicago "The translation is lively and readable."@en
  • "In his introduction to this new translation by Russell Price, Professor Skinner presents a lucid analysis of Machiavelli's text as a response both to the world of Florentine politics, and as an attack on the advice-books for princes published by a number of his contemporaries. This new edition includes notes on the principal events in Machiavelli's life, and on the vocabulary of The Prince, as well as biographical notes on characters in the text."
  • "In his introduction to this new translation by Russell Price, Professor Skinner presents a lucid analysis of Machiavelli's text as a response both to the world of Florentine politics, and as an attack on the advice-books for princes published by a number of his contemporaries. This new edition includes notes on the principal events in Machiavelli's life, and on the vocabulary of The Prince, as well as biographical notes on characters in the text."@en
  • "The famous text by Florentine public servant Niccolo Machiavelli, in which he outlines the best strategies for a prince to gain and rule his state."@en
  • "Il Principe (The Prince) is a political treatise by the Florentine public servant and political theorist Niccolò Machiavelli. Originally called De Principatibus (About Principalities), it was written in 1513, but not published until 1532, five years after Machiavelli's death. The treatise is not actually representative of the work published during his lifetime, but it is certainly the most remembered, and the one responsible for bringing "Machiavellian" into wide usage as a pejorative term. The views expounded by Machiavelli in The Prince may seem extreme. However, his whole life w."@en
  • "The most famous book on politics ever written, The Prince remains as lively and shocking today as when it was written almost five hundred years ago. Initially denounced as a collection of sinister maxims and a recommendation of tyranny, it has more recently been defended as the first scientific treatment of politics as it is practiced rather than as it ought to be practiced. Harvey C. Mansfield's brilliant translation of this classic work, along with the new materials added for this edition, make it the definitive version of The Prince, indispensable to scholars, students, and those interested in the dark art of politics. This revised edition of Mansfield's acclaimed translation features an updated bibliography, a substantial glossary, an analytic introduction, a chronology of Machiavelli's life, and a map of Italy in Machiavelli's time."
  • "The most famous book on politics ever written, The Prince remains as lively and shocking today as when it was written almost five hundred years ago. Initially denounced as a collection of sinister maxims and a recommendation of tyranny, it has more recently been defended as the first scientific treatment of politics as it is practiced rather than as it ought to be practiced. Harvey C. Mansfield's brilliant translation of this classic work, along with the new materials added for this edition, make it the definitive version of The Prince, indispensable to scholars, students, and those interested in the dark art of politics. This revised edition of Mansfield's acclaimed translation features an updated bibliography, a substantial glossary, an analytic introduction, a chronology of Machiavelli's life, and a map of Italy in Machiavelli's time."@en
  • "A new translation of the infamous classic, now in a striking deluxe edition. "The Prince" shocked 16th-century Europe with its advocacy of ruthless tactics for gaining absolute sovereignty, and it retains its power to alarm and to instruct."@en
  • "As a diplomat in turbulent fifteenth-century Florence, Niccol ̣Machiavelli (1469-1527) knew how quickly political fortunes could rise and fall. The Prince is his controversial handbook about the dynamics of power, leadership and strategy. Machiavelli's shrewd argument that sometimes it is necessary to abandon ethics to succeed made his name notorious. Consequently, The Prince has been read by strategists, politicians and business people ever since."
  • "It was Niccolò Machiavelli who essentially removed ethics from government. He did it with this book, when he asserted that The Prince (president, dictator, prime minister, etc.) does not have to be concerned with ethics, as long as their motivation is to protect the state. It is this questionable belief that in many ways had lead to the modern world as we know it. His assertion was that the head of state must protect the state no matter the cost and no matter what rules he or she breaks in the process. If you want to understand modern politics you must read this book.>"@en

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  • "The prince /"@en
  • "The prince /"
  • "Le prince ... /"
  • "Machiavelli's the Prince"
  • "Machiavelli's the Prince"@en
  • "The prince[CN]."
  • "Address to the German nobility concerning Christian liberty"@en
  • "New ed."
  • "The prince Leviathan, or matter form and power of a Commonwealth Ecclesiastical and civil."
  • "The Prince [NOOK Book]/"
  • "Prince."@en
  • "Prince."
  • "The prince"@en
  • "The prince"
  • "The prince. Leviathan /"
  • "The prince = 君主论 /"
  • "THE PRINCE."@en
  • "Utopia"
  • "Utopia"@en
  • "Leviathan, or matter, form and power of a Commonwealth Ecclesiastical and Civil"@en
  • "The prince /"
  • "The prince : Leviathan /"
  • "Le Prince ... Traduit d'Italien en Françoys Par Guillaume Cappel."
  • "The prince; introd."
  • "Le prince /Nicolas Machiavelli ; trad. de Jacques Gohory (1571) ; corr. et remaniée d'après le texte italien et précédée d'une introd. par Yves Lévy."
  • "Leviathan ; or, Matter, form, and power of a commonwealth, ecclesiastical and civil."
  • "The Prince ... Translated by W. K. Marriott."@en
  • "Discourses"@en
  • "Social contract"
  • "Machiavelli's The prince"@en
  • "L'Anti-Machiavel"
  • "The Prince. [Edited by Philip B.M. Allan.]."@en
  • "The prince. Leviathan, or, matter, form, and power of a commonwealth ecclesiastical and civil."
  • "Le Prince de Machiavel."
  • "Address to the Christian nobility of the German nation respecting the reformation of the Christian estate"@en
  • "Machiavellii adversaria. Pars I. Or Matchiavel's Prince; with his exhortation to deliver Italy from the barbarians"
  • "The prince/"
  • "95 theses"@en
  • "Great books"
  • "The Prince /"@en
  • "The Prince /"
  • "Cliff Notes on Machiavelli's the prince"@en
  • "Traité des conspirateurs et du régicide"
  • "Prince et L'anti-Machiavel"
  • "Courtier"@en
  • "The prince ; Leviathan /"@en
  • "Principe <engl.>."
  • "Le Prince = De Principatibus /"
  • "Principe <engl.>"
  • "Le prince : traduction originale, analyse /"
  • "Christian liberty"@en
  • "The Prince"
  • "The Prince"@en
  • "Il principe"
  • "Cliffs notes on Machiavelli's The Prince"@en
  • "Prince /"
  • "Machiavelli's the prince"@en
  • "Leviathan or matter, form and power of a commonwealth ecclesiastical and civil"
  • "The Prince : notes."@en
  • "Le Prince. [Translated by P. Deltuf.]."
  • "Leviathan : or, matter, form, and power of a commonwealth ecclesiastical and civil"
  • "The Prince. By N. 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.)."@en
  • "The prince notes ... /"@en
  • "Machiavelli's The Prince : a bilingual edition /"@en
  • "Le Prince"
  • "Anti-Machiavel"
  • "Leviathan, or Matter, Form, and Power of a Commenwealth Ecclesiastical and Civil"
  • "Machiavelli: the prince /"
  • "Machiavelli: the prince /"@en
  • "Leviathan."
  • "Cliffs notes on Machiavelli's The prince."
  • "The Prince."
  • "The Prince."@en
  • "The prince introd.by christian gauss."
  • "The prince : Transl. with an introd. by George Bull."
  • "The prince : with selections from The Discourses /"@en
  • "<>."
  • "<>."@en
  • "Prince, or About Principalities"@en
  • "Le prince, suivi du Traité des conspirations et du régicide"
  • "The prince. [Translated by Edward Dacres.]."@en
  • "Ninety-five theses"@en
  • "Coles notes"@en
  • "Sammlung"
  • "The prince notes /"@en
  • "Le Prince."
  • "The Prince / : Notes /"@en
  • "The prince : [new translation] /"
  • "Three Renaissance classics"@en
  • "The Prince ... Translation by Luigi Ricci. Revised by E.R.P. Vincent. (Reprinted.)."@en
  • "The prince [by] Nicolò Machiavelli."
  • "The prince : a bilingual edition /"
  • "The prince : a bilingual edition /"@en
  • "Ninety-five thesis"
  • "Principe"@en
  • "Principe"
  • "Ninety-five thesis"@en
  • "Matter, form, and power of a commonwealth, ecclesiastical and civil."
  • "Machiavelli, More and Luther"@en
  • "The prince;"@en
  • "The prince;"
  • "Matter, form, and power of a commonwealth, ecclesiastical and civil"@en
  • "Le prince."
  • "anti-Machiavel"
  • "The Prince : A bilingual edition /"
  • "˜Theœ prince"

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