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Biografi.....................................................................................................................3

Hyrje.........................................................................................................................5

Pershkrimi i principatave dhe sundimi i tyre ............................................................6

Sundimi – metodat e sundimit dhe fortesia perbrenda principatave........................7

Pershkrimi i ushtrive dhe disiplina e luftes................................................................10

Autoriteti i princeve...................................................................................................11

Perzgjedhja e sherbyesve........................................................................................14

Analiza e principatave Italiane te asaj kohe.............................................................14

Permbyllje ................................................................................................................16

Fig. 1, Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527) [1]

Niccolo (Di Bernardo) Machiavelli ka lindur me 3 Maj 1469 ne Firence, Itali. I ati I tij, Bernardo, I takonte nje familje te vjeter Florentinase. Ai ishte avokat dhe kishte nje biblioteke te vogel personale me libra te filozofeve te vjeter Grek dhe Romak dhe vellimet e ndryshme te histories Italiane.

Si mendimtare, Machiavelli I ka takuar plotesishte shkolles se intelektualeve Florentinase te cilet ishin te shqetesuar me ekzaminimin e problemeve historike dhe politike. [2]

Babai I tij e ka trajnuar ne menyre rigoroze; Machiavelli ka mesuar gramatike, retorike dhe gjuhen Latine. Ai nuk mesoi gjuhen Greke, edhe pse ne ate kohe Firenca ishte njera nga qendrat Evropiane te dijetareve Grek. Ne vitin 1494, Machiavelli hyri ne sherbim te qeverise Florentinase,…...

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