The Prince - Niccolo Machiavelli
- It is so much far-off from how we live to how we ought to that he leaves what is to be done for what ought to be done who learns their downfall more rathe than their upkeep.
- Off mankind, we may say that they are lying, fickle, and greedy off gain.
- Men deem more by the eye than by the hand, for everyone can see but few can feel. Everyone sees what one seems to be, but few truely know what one is.
- It must be ongot that there is nothing harder to lead out, nor more speedful unlikely, nor more plightful to handle, than to spur a new fading off things.
- Wisehood is off knowing how to spot the blee off ail, and in choosing the more less evil.
- Any man who seeks to be good all the time is bound to fall among the greatmore score off men who are not good. Hence an atheling who wants to keep swey must learn how sometimes not to be good.