Nietzsche's Machiavellian Politics

Palgrave Macmillan (2004)
Abstract
In this exciting new study, Don Dombowsky proposes that the foundation of Nietzsche's political thought is the aristocratic liberal critique of democratic society. But he claims that Nietzsche radicalizes this critique through a Machiavellian conversion, based on a reading of The Prince , adapting Machiavellian virtbliog— (the shaping capacity of the legislator), and immoralism (the techniques applied in political rule), and that, consequently, Nietzsche is better understood in relation to the political ideology of the neo-Machiavellian elite theorists of his own generation.
Keywords Machiavellianism (Psychology
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Call number JC233.N52.D66 2004
ISBN(s) 1403933677
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