anonymous
  • anonymous
Help pleasee? :( 3. Machiavelli encouraged rulers and would-be rulers to believe that (1 point)
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Schrodinger
  • Schrodinger
That's really vague, I don't think anyone can help you on here unless there's some other premise. Anything else a part of this question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You didn't give any possible answers, but Niccolò Machiavelli promoted a line of thinking that could be boiled down as saying "the ends justifies the means." Basically do whatever you want, no matter how "terrible" in the eyes of others to achieve your goals. So knowing this, what can we predict that Niccolò Machiavelli would say to a ruler?

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