El Príncipe, de Nicolás de Maquiavelo (Florencia, ) es, sin duda, un clásico en el sentido más literal del término, pero también uno de los libros peor . Home Nicolas Maquiavelo EL PRINCIPE (COMENTADO POR NAPOLEON PRINCIPE (COMENTADO POR NAPOLEON BONAPARTE): Nicolas Maquiavelo. Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Política: El principe – nicolás maquiavelo (comentado por napoleón bonaparte). Compra, venta y subastas de Política.

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El Collado de la Marquesita. Although he was not always mentioned by name as an inspiration, due to his controversy, he is also thought to have been an influence for other major philosophers, such as Montaigne[49] Descartes[50] HobbesLocke [51] and Montesquieu. The Prince starts by describing the subject matter it will handle. Through this, he can best learn how to protect his territory and advance upon others. In a well-known metaphor, Machiavelli writes that “it vomentado better to be impetuous than cautious, because fortune is a woman; and it is necessary, if one wants to hold her down, to beat her and strike bonsparte down.

However, during a siege a virtuous prince will keep mwquiavelo morale of his subjects high while removing all dissenters.

It can be summarized as follows: It even contributed to the modern negative connotations of the words “politics” and “politician” in western countries. Having discussed princlpe various types of principalitiesMachiavelli turns to the ways a state can attack other territories or defend itself. In the first sentence Machiavelli uses the word ” state ” Italian stato which could also mean ” status ” in order to neutrally cover “all forms of organization of supreme political power, whether republican or princely”.

Additionally, being overly generous is not economical, because eventually all resources will be exhausted. Machiavelli observes that most men are content as long as they are not deprived of their property and women.

You submitted the maquiqvelo rating maqiiavelo review. You may send this item to up to five recipients. More generally, Machiavelli emphasizes that one should have regard not only for present problems but also for the future ones. This has been interpreted as showing a distancing from traditional rhetoric styles, but there are echoes of classical rhetoric in several areas. And indeed he should be so. This continues a controversial theme throughout the book.


This results in higher taxes, and will bring grief upon the prince. This does not just mean that the cities should be prepared and the people trained; a prince who is hated is also exposed. Fortune, Machiavelli argues, seems to strike at the places where no resistance is offered, as had recently been the case in Italy.

The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Wikisource has original text related to this article: Machiavelli comsntado a proper man and a good citizen; but, being attached to the court of the Medici, he could not help veiling his love of liberty in the midst of his country’s oppression. A girl and her books rated it 5 years ago http: If you’re looking for an in-depth analysis of the book, this review is not what you’re looking for.

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When the kingdom revolves around the king, with everyone else his servant, then it is difficult to enter but easy to hold. The book had originally been intended for Giuliano di Lorenzo de’ Mediciyoung Lorenzo’s uncle, who however died in They accepted the need for a prince to be concerned with reputation, and even a need for cunning and deceit, but compared to Machiavelli, and like later modernist writers, they emphasized economic progress much more than the riskier ventures of war.

They all showed a defect of arms already discussed and either had a hostile populace or did not know to secure themselves with the great. The E-mail Address es field is required.

A prince, therefore, should only keep his word when it suits his purposes, but do his utmost to maintain the illusion that he does keep his word and that he is reliable in that regard. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Machiavelli compares fortune to a torrential river that cannot be easily controlled during flooding season. She focuses on three categories in which Machiavelli gives paradoxical advice:.


This includes the Catholic Counter Reformation writers summarised by Bireley: Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Auxiliary forces are more dangerous than mercenary forces because they are united and controlled by capable leaders who may turn against the employer. Ratings and Reviews 0 1 star ratings 0 reviews.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. The types of political behavior which are discussed with apparent approval by Machiavelli in The Prince were bonaparfe as shocking by contemporaries, and its immorality is still a subject of serious discussion.

Remember me on this computer. An Analysis of “The Prince” by Machiavelli”. He does not command the loyalty of the armies and officials that maintain his authority, and these can be withdrawn from him at a whim.

J’arrive – Maquiavelp Bonaparte – Torino – Funweek. Machiavelli says this required “inhuman cruelty” which he refers to as a virtue. The Italian Marxist philosopher Antonio Gramsci argued that Machiavelli’s audience for this work was not the classes who already rule or have “hegemony” over the common people, but the common people themselves, trying to establish a new hegemony, and making Machiavelli the first “Italian Jacobin “.

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This is because they effectively crush their opponents and earn great respect from everyone else. Scipio’s men, on the other hand, were known for their mutiny and dissension, due to Scipio’s “excessive mercy” — which was however a source of glory because he lived in a republic.