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Question 3 Machiavelli was the founder of a new school of thinking and therefore is the uppermost misunderstood thinker in the world. In his notion, there are two types of ethics. The conviction ethics, which applies to people who do not take essential decisions ( Smith 2017). The religions
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ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS 3 commandments are typically conviction ethics for believers. The actor has to act in accordance with the book regardless of the consequences, are successful joy or a disaster. And the responsibility ethics which applies to people who make important decisions, such means the actor is responsible for the consequences of his acts, decisions and omissions, such include negligence, regardless if he is violating the rules or not. Important decisions mean decisions which cannot be easily reverted and affects significantly several persons. "The Prince" is typically responsibility ethics for politicians. Question 4 The saying: “One who rules with de is like the Pole Star: it simply remains in its place and receives the homage of the myriad lesser stars” was used by Confucius in his political philosophy to imply that a leader that lives firmly in righteousness can never feel intimidated by the evil forces ( Mower 2019). Meaning that he will not get tempted to yield or yield. In doing so, individuals will get inspiration for doing the same. His days will end up passing, but the good memories will always remain steadily as a pole star and followers will honour and respects him their entire lives. Question 5 Mill’s Principle of Utility states that only happiness can be valuable for its sake. In his discussion, he provides
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