Utopia Essay | A Big Difference between a Machiavellian Rule and a Utopian Rule

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A Big Difference between a Machiavellian Rule and a Utopian Rule

Summary: Shows the contrast between a state under a Machiavellian rule and a state organized like Utopia.
Niccolo Machiavelli and Sir Thomas More wrote two different books concerning their idea of a perfect government. A state under the Machiavellian rule and a state organized like "Utopia" differs in various ways. The main differences would be the ruler, or the form of government, and the military. They do have the same ruler, and the military is fairly the same, but the ways they are built are absolutely different.

The one thing that every society needs is a ruler. In the Machiavellian society, the ruler is the Prince. Becoming the Prince is usually hereditary, but you can also kill the Prince to become the Prince. Although he does seek help from the ministers, he still makes decisions on his own. In order to earn the trust and respect of his people, he should be powerful and show no...

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