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In the Prince, Machiavelli argues that "There is such a gap between how one lives and how one should live that he who neglects what is being done for...

In the Prince, Machiavelli argues that "There is such a gap between how one lives and how one should live that he who neglects what is being done for what should be done will learn his destruction rather than his preservation."

  • Do you agree with this statement?
  • Find an example of a leader(s) who were able to overcome this gap between "how one lives" and "how one should live".
  • Discuss how ethical leadership is possible without necessarily causing demise of a leader based on your example.

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Hi, Speaking for myself personally, I do agree with Machiavelli, but I think with a caveat which is many people, especailly... View the full answer

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