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‘Anti-Machiavel’ is the result of a collaboration between Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, and Voltaire, who edited and expanded upon his patron’s essay. It is as a chapter-by-chapter rebuttal of The Prince, Machiavellianism in general, with emendations and further developments by Voltaire. Dec 03, · Anti-Machiavel was written by Frederick the Great, Frederick II of Prussia, in , in response to Machiavelli's The Prince. It was extensively revised by Voltaire, of whom Frederick was patron. It was published in September , and its authorship, which was a very open secret, made the book an instant success/5(8). In his Anti-Machiavel, a somewhat conventional discussion of the principles of good government published in just before his accession, Frederick wrote that there were two sorts of princes—those who ruled in person and those who merely relied on subordinates. The former were “like the soul of. I claim that the book Anti-Marchiavel written by Frederick The Great in is such a book. For a more detailed description of Frederick the Great please visit this article. According to Frederick was the book ”The Prince” written by Machiavelli in an extremely dangerous book which contaminated many Princes across Europe with bad ideas about how to rule a country.
Frederick the Great's ANTI-MACHIAVEL. TABLE OF CONTENTS. FOREWORD: EXAMINATION OF THE PRINCE OF MACHIAVEL. I. WHAT A STRONG PRINCE REALLY IS, AND HOW ONE CAN REACH THAT POINT. it is a book which falls naturally into the hands of princes, and of those who have a taste for policy. It is all too easy for an ambitious young man, whose heart and. Anti-Machiavel was written by Frederick the Great, Frederick II of Prussia, in , in response to Machiavelli's The Prince. It was extensively revised by Voltaire, of whom Frederick was patron. It was published in September , and its authorship, which was /5(8). To be so universally hated, however, Machiavelli also had to be widely read, as Marlowe's Machiavel points out: "Admir'd I am of those who hate me most. Though some speak openly against my books, Yet will they read me" Of the many books specifically refuting The Prince, two deserve special mention. Oct 29, · The history of the Anti-Machiavel, which he wrote and Voltaire published, is a strange one, and it has been exhaustively told by Carlyle, who does not, however, show his usual acumen in dealing with the importance of Il Principe.
Oct 19, · Anti-Machiavel or, an examination of Machiavel's Prince. With notes historical and political. Published by Mr. de Voltaire. Translated from the French. by Friedrich II King of Prussia. Published by printed for T. Woodward in London. Written in EnglishPages: Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. ANTI-MACHIAVEL () Introduction As Kings have the Power to do Good or Evil according to their Choice and Inclination, how deplorable is the Condition of that People who have every thing to fear from the Abuse of Majesty, whose Properties are a Prey to the Avarice of their Prince, their Liberty to his Caprice, their Repose to his Ambition. Anti-Machiavel, ou Examen du Prince de Machiavel: Corrigé pour la Plus Grande Partie, d'Après le Manuscrit Original de Frédéric II, Avec une Introduction Et des Notes Historiques (Classic Reprint).