INDEX
absolute power 133
see also principalities and monarchies; tyranny
access to office see participation
Acciaiuoli, Donato46, 47, 190
Achilles 53
advantage 84-97, 100-1
necessity's priority over 97, 106-7
see also honour; security
advice 84
Aegidius Romanus 116-17
Agathocles 38, 93
Alberti, Benedetto171
Alberti, Leon Battista36, 155, 186, 223-4
Albertini, Rudolf von193
Alberto, Frate25
Albizzi, Maso degli107
Albizzi, Rinaldo degli57, 162-3, 171
Alexander VI, Pope ( Rodrigo Borgia) 67
Alexander the Great20
Alfonso, King of Naples108
Altoviti, Niccolò136
ambition 15-16, 38, 40, 125-6, 178
ambivalent power of rhetoric 108-13
ancients see history
Appius Claudius135, 137, 158
Aquinas, Thomas150, 166
Arezzo 141
aristocracy see nobility
Aristotle:
on civil wisdom 47, 48
on Politics 4, 43, 45, 46, 116
on republic 146
on rhetoric 84
on tyranny 214
armies and militia 164
creation of 13, 61-2, 219
need for 61-2, 118, 124, 138-9, 142-3
see also might; war
art of state see under state
Art of War3, 6-7, 14-15, 139
quoted 187-8, 214, 230
and rhetoric 110-11, 113
Athens101, 142
Duke of 16, 22, 103-4, 107, 141
Augustine, Saint151, 222
avarice 15, 88
Baglioni, Giovanpagolo38
Baldus de Ubaldis45, 118
Barbera 28
Bardazzi, Giovanni67
Baron, Hans115
Bartolus of Saxoferrato 118-19
Bayle, Peter115
beauty of women 29-30
Bella, Giano della120
belonging, sense of see patriotism
Bernardo del Nero50, 136-7
blame and praiseworthiness 4, 95-7
'Blessed Spirits, Of the' 15
Boccaccio, Giovanni29
Bonsi, Domenico135-6
Borgia, Duke Cesare54, 65-7, 72, 209
as model prince see Prince, The
Borgia, Rodrigo ( Pope Alexander VI) 67
Boscoli's conspiracy 78
Bracciolini, Iacopo98
Bracciolini, Poggio67, 98, 120, 152 212
Brancacci, Giuliano33

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • 1 - Machiavelli's Philosophy of Life 11
  • 2 - The Art of the State 42
  • 3 - The Power of Words 73
  • 4 - The Theory of the Republic 114
  • 5 - The Passion of Liberty 148
  • Notes 175
  • Further Reading 231
  • Index 235
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