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Reason and Commitment Class 6

Of machiavelli the prince ch 16 princes must learn

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Unformatted text preview: on " Austin: locutionary meaning and “illocutionary force” " What is a writer doing in writing as he does? Not “What does he say?” but “Why does he say it?” " Ex. Of Machiavelli, The Prince, ch. 16: “Princes must learn when not to be virtuous” The relation of utterance to convention (here, the “Mirror of Princes” literary genre) Further steps 2. What is an author doing in manipulating the available ideological conve...
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