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Unformatted text preview: -Reverse Golden Rule • Uses Pope Alexander III as an example. • Deception is OK, to result in a good end. Chapter 19: Avoid being hated: • Property or Woman. • Never be fickle. • Prevents rebellion. • Delegation. Delegate the unpopular tasks. • Weak rulers are always attacked. • When to use power vs. diplomacy. • You must maintain the Army. Army support. Is there an absolute criterion for right and wrong? • Utilitarianism vs. the bible and the truth. • Power of the church has weakened by the end of Renaissance. • Utilitarianism fills that void. • Ethics based on utilitarianism. • What should be left?-Logic. Everyone is equal....
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