Analele Universităţii “Ştefan cel Mare” Suceava, Seria Filosofie şi Discipline Socio-Umane– Copyright © 2009
FORMAT | ARTICLE
PAGES | 63-70
LANGUAGE | English
ISSN| 2069 – 4008
HOW TO CITE| SANDU, Antonio (2009). Niccolo Machiavelli and the general interest politics. Analele Universităţii “Ştefan cel Mare” Suceava, Seria Filosofie şi Discipline Socio-Umane, 1, 63-70. Disponibil online la adresa: http://www.apshus.usv.ro/arhiva/2009I.pdf
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Machiavelli‟s political thought puts the state‟s interests before those of the individual seeking to end the unification of Italy. Currently understood as a policy without any scruples, Machiavelli‟s doctrine authorizes the use of any means including deception, violence and murder to achieve the political goal- the unification of Italy, giving up the moral and religious considerations in political activity. For the Florentine thinker the purposes of the prince (politician in general) are supporting the government with the acquisition of glory, honor and wealth for himself, but also for the state leaders and the people. Preserving freedom and glory in the name of the state is acquiring the primary role of the prince.
Niccolo Machiavelli; machiavelism; interest policy; political realism.
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