Machiavelli Ends

If Machiavelli still lived it would look with pride and perhaps a bit of a surprise as his ideas have remained in force and immovable despite the passing of the centuries and changes in politics, in the economy and in general in all areas where men interact with in their day to day lives. Italian writer best known is that principle applied to the policy according to which the end justifies the means. It can be inferred from this dubious postulate that all action, all witticism, all thoughts, all hypocrisy and, course, all unrighteousness is valid when it comes to achieving a goal. Not only Machiavelli writes this idea in a diary or in the pages of a newspaper; not even noted them in a book of profuse circulation. It gives their advice directly to rulers and these, neither short nor lazy, accepted the gift and start to make use of this.

And they put it not only in practice but that awarded for game they play it is a generous and selfless legacy for all the rulers of all countries and of all the times. And those who have been devoted to l exercise of the art of governing have understood perfectly: purposes, both the personal and the nonpartisan must achieve even at the cost of incurring ethically indefensible and morally questionable behavior. Machiavelli would relate, and not without reason, with evil, the perfidious and as immoral. Source: Accenture Ventures. The strange thing is not the fact that there was someone like him but the incredible amount of followers that has had on the whole world. Equally a lie applies to invade a country and to win elections.

Gives the same makeup the most important figures of the economy to obtain the popular favor, that change the laws to their advantage. Gives the same finance a campaign with lawful money which do so with dark provenance resources. Anyway, Machiavelli still speaking aloud and again repeats the phrase which summarizes its principles: the end justifies the means. Those who have read the Prince the best-known work of the ill-fated Adviser, highlights his ideas into two words: bad faith. And this is precisely the most recommended tool to anyone who wants to read it and respond to his teachings. And what if there are people dedicated to putting into practice these valuable lessons for those who believe that what is important is reaching power and hold on, no matter how nor at the expense of who. However, in spite of Machiavelli and probably his fault, ethics and morality do not go out of fashion. Today more than ever the politics and all other activities of daily living, need men and women not purchased nor sold. Although the Earth tremble. Though the heavens fall. BY: Alejandro Rutto Mart? nez Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a writer and journalist italo-colombiano who also teaches in several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is contained in three anthologies of Colombian authors. Contact to the cel. 300 8055526 or email. Please read their writings in MAICAO to D?A page in which you will find writings, chronicles and beautiful parts of the Colombian literature.