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Bibliographic Details
Uniform title:Principe.
Author / Creator: Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527.
Other Authors / Creators:Bondanella, Peter, 1943-2017.
Format: Book
Imprint: Oxford [Oxfordshire] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1984.
Series:World's classics.
Retention:Retained for Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST)
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to the Mentor Edition
  • 1.. The various kinds of Government and the ways by which they are established
  • 2.. Of Hereditary Monarchies
  • 3.. Of Mixed Monarchies
  • 4.. Why the Kingdom of Darius, occupied by Alexander, did not rebel against the successors of the latter after his death
  • 5.. The way to govern Cities or Dominions that, previous to being occupied, lived under their own Laws
  • 6.. Of New Dominions which have been acquired by one's own arms and ability
  • 7.. Of New Dominions acquired by the Power of others or by Fortune
  • 8.. Of those who have attained the position of Prince by villainy
  • 9.. Of the Civic Principality
  • 10.. How the strength of all States should be measured
  • 11.. Of Ecclesiastical Principalities
  • 12.. The different kinds of Militia and Mercenary Soldiers
  • 13.. Of Auxiliary, Mixed, and Native Troops
  • 14.. The Duties of a Prince with regard to the Militia
  • 15.. Of the things for which Men, and especially Princes, are praised or blamed
  • 16.. Of Liberality and Niggardliness
  • 17.. Of Cruelty and Clemency, and whether it is better to be loved or feared
  • 18.. In what way Princes must keep Faith
  • 19.. That we must avoid being despised and hated
  • 20.. Whether Fortresses and other things which Princes often contrive are useful or injurious
  • 21.. How a Prince must act in order to gain reputation
  • 22.. Of the Secretaries of Princes
  • 23.. How Flatterers must be shunned
  • 24.. Why the Princes of Italy have lost their States
  • 25.. How much Fortune can do in human affairs and how it may be opposed
  • 26.. Exhortation to liberate Italy from the Barbarians