The Machiavellian Cosmos

Yale University Press (1992)
It also has considerable impact on his ethical ideas: the Machiavellian cosmos has no room for a Ruling Mind or for the Sovereignty of the Good, and humans are left to pursue their appetites for riches and glory as best they can.
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Call number JC143.M4.P35 1992
ISBN(s) 0300051697   9780300051698
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