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Machiavelli's God

Machiavelli's God

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Machiavelli's God

by Viroli, Maurizio

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9780691154497
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Princeton University Press. Very Good+. 2012. Paperback. 069115449X . Card cover bright and stiff, slight rubbing to edges, small mark at head of rear panel; Pages minutely stained on top and fore-edges, no ownership marks or annotation; Binding tight. Maurizio Viroli argues that Machiavelli was in fact not anti-Christian, but instead thought Christianity crucial to republican social and political renewal. ; 6 x 9.25"; 310 pages .

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Title
Machiavelli's God
Author
Viroli, Maurizio
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Very Good+
ISBN 10
069115449X
ISBN 13
9780691154497
Publisher
Princeton University Press
Date Published
2012
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