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PoliSciSections Notes1 - c. Attraction: if you want it, you...

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Sections Notes Machiavelli 1. State: Hereditary instead of Republican a. Kinds of Principalities i. New/mixed ii. Hereditary 2. Source of Authority is a prince 3. Primarily Concerned with Power i. Politics: correct calibration of violence 4. Limits to Violence: story of Remirro (Pg. 29/30) 5. Citizens: need approval -> pacification a. No consent 6. Justice: view like Thrasymachus a. Justice is irrelevant to politics 7. Fortune/Fortuna a. Is a woman b. Regulation: fortune is a river i. Impetuous but controllable to some extent.
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Unformatted text preview: c. Attraction: if you want it, you must attract it i. Must be bold, strong and virile ii. Must beat her into submission 8. What Would Machiavelli Do? a. Kerry says we need to be respected i. To be loved, you must be a pushover ii. To be feared , you must be a perceived threat. 1. Stronger 2. Actionable iii. To inspire hatred – actual threat, arrogance, divisive 1. In article Kerry’s language was all about respect 2. Bush is too aggressive and too macho...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course POLY SCI 1 taught by Professor Digeser during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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