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Volume 81, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Machiavelli’s The Prince 500 Years Later

John P. McCormick, Guest Editor

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-xix

Editor’s Introduction

p. xxi

Machiavelli’s The Prince at 500: The Fate of Politics in the Modern World

pp. xxiii-xxxi

Virtue, Fortune, and Blame in Machiavelli’s Life and The Prince

pp. 1-30

The Reception of The Prince 1513–1700, or Why We Understand Machiavelli the Way We Do

pp. 31-60

Machiavelli’s Ironies: The Language of Praise and Blame in The Prince

pp. 61-84

Machiavelli and the End of Nobility in Politics

pp. 85-106

On Political Power and Personal Liberty in The Prince and The Discourses

pp. 107-132

The Enduring Ambiguity of Machiavellian Virtue: Cruelty, Crime, and Christianity in The Prince

pp. 133-164

The Prince and His Art of War: Machiavelli’s Military Populism

pp. 165-191

Machiavelli’s Critique of Religion

pp. 193-216

Republics are a Species of State: Machiavelli and the Genealogy of the Modern State

pp. 217-241

Who is the European Prince?: A More or Less Machiavellian Meditation on the European Union

pp. 243-267

Notes on Contributors

pp. 269-270

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