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A man named Machiavelli, writing his book "The Prince," leaves his descendants a huge controversy by giving an idea from a claim of how a leader should maintain his power; "the end justifies the means." the ends justify the means.
Machiavelli says that the leader can do anything to maintain the power. Some fatality of fortune will always win out over the shrewd, efficacious strategies of this sort of the end justifies the means A positive outcome justifies the methods one employs to reach it, even if they are unethical. Widely attributed to Machiavelli 's The Prince, which does reflect this philosophy but does not use the phrase in this wording.
Liberty and the Role of the State Many political philosophers have based their theories on the assumption that the See also: end, justify, mean The end justifies the means. Machiavelli's cyclical theory of history and government.