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Machiavelli's "The Prince" and Julius Caesar's "Julius Caesa

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Transcript of Machiavelli's "The Prince" and Julius Caesar's "Julius Caesa

An English Poet, Playwright, and Actor
William Shakespeare
An Italian Historian, Politician, Diplomat, Philosopher, Humanist, and Writer
There is such a gap between how people actually live and how they ought to live that anyone who declines to behave as people do, in order to behave as they should, is schooling himself for catastrophe and had better forget personal security.

-Ch 15: What men and particularly rulers are praised and blamed for
Niccolò Machiavelli
An Italian Historian, Politician, Diplomat, Philosopher, Humanist, and Writer
The armies had been frustrated with the effeminate Alexander, and when they’d got rid of him they elected Maximinus in his place. But he didn't last long. Two things led to his being both hated and despised.

Ch 19: Avoiding Contempt and Hatred
Niccolò Machiavelli
An Italian Historian, Politician, Diplomat, Philosopher, Humanist, and Writer
When people are treated well by someone they thought was hostile they respond with greater loyalty.

- Ch 9: Monarchy With Public Support
Niccolò Machiavelli
Machiavelli's "The Prince" and Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar"
By Guisela Moscol
An English Poet, Playwright, and Actor
Soothsayer: Beware the Idles of march

- Act 1 Sc 2 ll.18
William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare
An English Poet, Playwright, and Actor
Brutus: It must be by his death . And for my part
I know no personal cause to spurn at him
But for the general.

- Act 2 Sc 1 ll10-12.
yr 12 Student
Guisela Moscol
Thanks
For
Watching!
An uncomfortable aspect of human experiences is the realization that we continue to be limited by perspectives that rely on our political sense of self.
Caesar: Forget not, in your speed, Antonius,
To touch Calpurnia; for our elders say,
The barren, touched in his holy chase,
Shake off their sterile curse.

- Act 1 Sc2 ll6-9
I shall remember:
When Caesar says ’do this,’ it is perform’d

- Act Sc2 ll10-11
Mark Antony
Is not tomorrow, boy, the Idles of march?

- Act 2 Sc 1 ll.40
Brutus
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