List and describe ten characteristics of a machiavellian ruler
Ling AP Lit. and Comp. 2010-11 - Good and Evil: Claudius: The Machiavellian Ruler Showing 1-10 of 10
Characteristics of a Machiavellian Leader
Wisdom especially in war : a prince must be knowledgeable in the art of war in order to conquer new territory and defend his own. Observant: a prince must always be vigilant for any developing problems or advantages; when it becomes obvious, it is already too late. Paranoid of his advisors: a good prince is always wary of backstabbing as well as battle wounds. Wary of despise: if a prince attempts to rule a country that hates him, he will soon be deposed. There are many characteristics of living things. These characteristics include the fact that they must breathe and reproduce to stay alive and ensure the continuation of their species.
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You might work for one. You might be one yourself. You might not typically operate this way, but every once in a while you find yourself slipping into what almost feels to you like an alter-ego. In modern psychological parlance, it refers to a duplicitous interpersonal style couple with a pragmatic and narcissistic moral framework. Some have incorrectly assumed that given their ability to manipulate the crap out of just about anybody, Machiavellian leaders have a relatively high level of intelligence. In fact, many Machiavellian leaders themselves believe this.
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