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In the 24 lectures that make up Machiavelli in Context, Professor Cook offers the opportunity to meet an extraordinarily thoughtful and sincere student of history and its lessons, and to learn that there is far more to him than can be gleaned from any reading of The Prince, no matter how thorough.

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Mount Morris Library 320.1 Coo (Text)
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035 . ‡a(CWMARS)930806
035 . ‡a(OCoLC)71224030
035 . ‡a(OCoLC)71224030
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05000. ‡aRZA 9259, etc.
1001 . ‡aCook, William R. ‡q(William Robert), ‡d1943-
24510. ‡aMachiavelli in context / ‡cWilliam R. Cook.
250 . ‡aCD + Book.
260 . ‡aChantilly, VA : ‡bTeaching Co., ‡c[2006]
300 . ‡a12 sound discs (12 hr.) : ‡bdigital ; ‡c4 3/4 in. + ‡e2 course guidebooks (22 cm.)
306 . ‡a120000
4901 . ‡aThe great courses
500 . ‡aLectures.
500 . ‡aCompact discs.
500 . ‡aIn two containers (23 cm.).
50500. ‡gpt. 1: disc 1. lecture 1. ‡tWho is Machiavelli? Why does he matter? ‡glecture 2. ‡tMachiavelli's Florence -- ‡gdisc 2. lecture 3. ‡tClassical thought in Renaissance Florence. ‡glecture 4. ‡tThe life of Niccolò Machiavelli -- ‡gdisc 5. lecture 5. ‡tWhy did Machiavelli write The prince? ‡glecture 6. ‡tThe prince, 1-5, republics old and new -- ‡gdisc 4. lecture 7. ‡tThe prince, 6-7, virtù and Fortuna. ‡glecture 8. ‡tThe prince, 8-12, the prince and power -- ‡gdisc 5. lecture 9. ‡tThe prince, 13-16, the art of being a prince. ‡glecture 10. ‡tThe prince, 17-21, the lion and the fox -- ‡gdisc 6. lecture 11. ‡tThe prince, 21-26, fortune and foreigners. ‡glecture 12. ‡tLivy, the Roman Republic, and Machiavelli.
50500. ‡gpt. 2: disc 7. lecture 13. ‡tDiscourses, why Machiavelli is a republican. ‡glecture 14. ‡tDiscourses, the workings of a good republic -- ‡gdisc 8. lecture 15. ‡tDiscourses, lessons from Rome. ‡glecture 16. ‡tDiscourses, a principality or a republic? -- ‡gdisc 9. lecture 17. ‡tDiscourses, the qualities of a good republic. ‡glecture 18. ‡tDiscourses, a republic at war -- ‡gdisc 10. lecture 19. ‡tDiscourses, can republics last? ‡glecture 20. ‡tDiscourses, conspiracies and other dangers -- ‡gdisc 11. lecture 21. ‡tFlorentine histories, the growth of Florence. ‡glecture 22. ‡tFlorentine histories, the age of the Medici -- ‡gdisc 12. lecture 23. ‡tThe fate of Machiavelli's works. ‡glecture 24. ‡tWas Machiavelli a Machiavellian?
5110 . ‡aWilliam R. Cook, lecturer.
520 . ‡aIn the 24 lectures that make up Machiavelli in Context, Professor Cook offers the opportunity to meet an extraordinarily thoughtful and sincere student of history and its lessons, and to learn that there is far more to him than can be gleaned from any reading of The Prince, no matter how thorough.
60010. ‡aMachiavelli, Niccolò, ‡d1469-1527.
60010. ‡aMachiavelli, Niccolò, ‡d1469-1527 ‡xCriticism and interpretation.
650 0. ‡aPolitical scientists ‡vBiography.
7102 . ‡aTeaching Company. ‡0(CWMARS)1041845
830 0. ‡aGreat courses (Compact disc) ‡0(CWMARS)920562
905 . ‡ukriedener
901 . ‡a930806 ‡bCWMARS ‡c607473 ‡tbiblio ‡soclc

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