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Marriott Translated by W. O principe maquiavel em Nicolo Machiavelli was born at Florence on 3rd May He was the second son of Bernardo di Nicolo Machiavelli, a lawyer of some repute, and of Bartolommea di Stefano Nelli, his wife.
Both parents were members of the old Florentine nobility. His life falls naturally into three periods, each of which singularly enough constitutes a distinct and important era in the history of Florence.
The downfall of the Medici in Florence occurred inin which year Machiavelli entered the public service. During his official career Florence was free under the government of a Republic, which lasted untilo principe maquiavel em the Medici returned to power, and Machiavelli lost his office.
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The Medici again ruled Florence from untilwhen they were once more driven out. Although there is little recorded of the youth o principe maquiavel em Machiavelli, the Florence of those days is so well known that the early environment of this representative citizen may be easily imagined.
Florence has been described as a city with two opposite currents of life, one directed by the fervent and austere Savonarola, the other by the splendour-loving Lorenzo. O principe maquiavel em, my son, if you wish to please me, and to bring success and honour to yourself, do right and study, because others will help you if you help yourself.
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After serving four years in one of the public offices he was appointed Chancellor and Secretary to the Second Chancery, the Ten of Liberty and Peace. This is a very noticeable principle in Machiavelli, and is urged by him in many ways as a matter o principe maquiavel em vital importance to princes.
He, also, it was who made the dissolution of his marriage a condition of support to Pope Alexander VI; which leads Machiavelli to refer those who urge that such promises should be kept to what he has written concerning the faith of princes. On the death of Pius I, inMachiavelli was sent to Rome to watch the election of his successor, and there he saw Cesare Borgia cheated into allowing the choice of the College to fall on O principe maquiavel em delle Rovere Julius Iwho was one of o principe maquiavel em cardinals that had most reason to fear the duke.
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Machiavelli, when commenting on this election, says that he o principe maquiavel em thinks new favours will cause great personages to forget old injuries deceives himself. Julius did not rest until he had ruined Cesare.
It was to Julius I that Machiavelli was sent inwhen that pontiff was commencing his enterprise against Bologna; which he o principe maquiavel em to a successful issue, as he did many of his other adventures, owing chiefly to his impetuous character.
It is in reference to Pope Julius that Machiavelli moralizes on the resemblance between Fortune and women, and concludes that it is the bold rather than the cautious man that will win and hold them both.
It is impossible to o principe maquiavel em here the varying fortunes of the Italian states, which in were controlled by France, Spain, and Germany, with results that have lasted to our day; we are concerned with those events, and with the three great actors in them, so far only as they impinge on the personality of Machiavelli.
Machiavelli has painted Ferdinand of Aragon as the man who accomplished great things under the cloak of religion, but who in reality had no mercy, faith, humanity, or integrity; and who, had he allowed himself to be influenced by such motives, would have been ruined.
The Emperor Maximilian was one of the most interesting men of the age, and his character has been drawn by many hands; but Machiavelli, who was an envoy at his court inreveals the secret of his many failures when he describes him as a secretive man, without force of character—ignoring the human agencies necessary to carry his schemes into effect, and never insisting on the fulfilment of his wishes.
This result was attained in the battle of Vaila, when Venice lost in one day all that she had won in eight hundred years. Florence had a difficult part to play during these events, complicated as they were by the feud which broke out between o principe maquiavel em pope and the French, because friendship with France had dictated the entire policy of the Republic.
When, inJulius I finally formed the Holy League against France, and with the assistance of the Swiss drove the French out of Italy, Florence lay at the mercy of the Pope, and had to submit to his terms, one of which was that the Medici should o principe maquiavel em restored.
The return of the Medici to Florence on 1st Septemberand the consequent fall of the Republic, was the signal for the dismissal of Machiavelli and his friends, and thus put an end to his public career, for, as we have seen, he died without regaining office.