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According and Machiavelli
According to Machiavelli, a risk taker and example of " criminal virtue ".
According to Machiavelli, when a prince comes to power through luck or the blessings of powerful figures within the regime, he typically has an easy time gaining power but a hard time keeping it thereafter, because his power is dependent on his benefactors ' goodwill.
According to Machiavelli, these are relatively easy to maintain, once founded.
According to Dietz the trap never succeeded because Lorenzo did not read the work and did not trust Machiavelli, a consistently staunch republican.
According to Machiavelli ( History of Florence, ch.

According and refers
According to Moyra Grant, in political philosophy " collectivism " refers to any philosophy or system that puts any kind of group ( such as a class, nation, race, society, state, etc.
( According to the NCBI, " q " refers to the French word " queue " meaning ' tail '.
According to the direct-reference view, an early version of which was originally proposed by Bertrand Russell, and perhaps earlier by Gottlob Frege, a proper name strictly has no meaning when there is no object to which it refers.
According to many Marxists influenced by Soviet Marxism, historical materialism is a specifically sociological method, while dialectical materialism refers to a more general, abstract, philosophy.
According to some definitions, the term " Lorentz force " refers specifically to the formula for the magnetic force, with the total electromagnetic force ( including the electric force ) given some other ( nonstandard ) name.
According to them, Sonnet 91 ( which compares the Fair Youth's love to such treasures as high birth, wealth, and horses ) implies that the author is in a position to make such comparisons, and the ' high birth ' he refers to is his own.
According to this theory, the name of Parthenon means the " temple of the virgin goddess " and refers to the cult of Athena Parthenos that was associated with the temple.
Brichtothe states that it is " not mere sentimental respect for the physical remains that is ... the motivation for the practice, but rather an assumed connection between proper sepulture and the condition of happiness of the deceased in the afterlife " According to Brichtothe, the early Israelites apparently believed that the graves of family, or tribe, united into one, and that this unified collectivity is to what the Biblical Hebrew term Sheol refers.
According to halakha, a man may even study the Rashi on each Torah verse in fulfillment of the requirement to review the Parsha twice with Targum ( which normally refers to Targum Onkelos ) This practice is called in Hebrew: " Shnayim mikra ve-echad targum ".
According to historian Thomas Woods, " Ever since the Korean War, Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution — which refers to the president as the ' Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States ' — has been interpreted to mean that the president may act with an essentially free hand in foreign affairs, or at the very least that he may send men into battle without consulting Congress.
According to Charles W. Morris, pragmatics tries to understand the relationship between signs and their users, while semantics tends to focus on the actual objects or ideas to which a word refers, and syntax ( or " syntactics ") examines relationships among signs or symbols.
According to Robert Putnam, social capital " refers to the collective value of all ' social networks ' and the inclinations that arise from these networks to do things for each other.
According to Bourdieu, habitus refers to the social context within which a social actor is socialized.
According to the commentary of the same scholar this does not refer to Jewish converts to Islam, rather the main corpus of the Jews, arguing that it refers to the traditions mentioned in the Bible: " His window being open in his chambers towards Jerusalem, he kneeled upon his knees three times a day, and prayed, and gave thanks before his God as he gave aforetime.
" According to this source, the name refers to the picturesque mountain peaks called the Needles, located near the Colorado River a few miles south of the city of Needles, California.
According to Vajrayana scriptures Vajrayana refers to one of three vehicles or routes to enlightenment, the other two being the Theravada and Mahayana.
According to Christopher Tolkien, its name means " golden circle " and refers to the culumalda trees that surrounded it .</ div >
According to the interpretation of the historic Bonincontro Morigia, which refers to the medieval symbolism, the moon is a symbol of imperial power, reflected in the white sun that is related to the papal power.
According to, while David was encamped with the Philistine army for an attack on the Kingdom of Israel, Ziklag was raided by Amalekites ; the Amalekites burning the town, and capturing its population without killing them ( scholars think this capture refers to enslavement ).
According to the Book of Ezra, “ the house was completed on the third day of the month of Adar, in the sixth year of the reign of King Darius .” In this passage, the word “ house ” refers to the second Temple.
According to Rydberg, the byname Sinmara refers to " Mímir-Niðhad "' s " queen ordering Völund's hamstrings to be cut ".
According to Homer, he was called Xanthos by gods and Scamander by men, which might indicate that the former name refers to the god and the latter one to the river itself.
" According to Merriam Webster's Geographical Dictionary, a standard reference on place names around the world, the name " Ruhr " refers to the river.
According to Kant, objects of which we are sensibly cognizant are merely representations of unknown somethings — what Kant refers to as the transcendental object — as interpreted through the a priori or categories of the understanding.

According and Xenophon
According to Xenophon, Agesilaus, in order to gain money for prosecuting the war, supported the satrap Ariobarzanes II in his revolt against Artaxerxes II in 364 BC ( Revolt of the Satraps ), and in 361 BC he went to Egypt at the head of a mercenary force to aid the king Nectanebo I and his regent Teos against Persia.
According to Xenophon, Socrates ( c. 469-399 B. C.
According to Pliny the Elder, the Greek Xenophon of Lampsacus states that the Gorgades ( Cape Verde ) are situated two days from " Hesperu Ceras "-today called Cap-Vert, the westernmost part of the African continent.
According to ancient authors ( Herodotus, Xenophon, Strabo, etc.
According to Xenophon, Cyrus the Younger was born after the accession of his father in 424 BC.
( According to Xenophon, the Thebans signed as " the Thebans ", and asked the next day to change their signature to " the Boeotians ", but the Spartan king, Agesilaus, would not allow it.
According to Xenophon, the Boeotian camp followers were trying to leave the field, as they did not intend to fight ; this Spartan action drove them back into the Theban army, inadvertently making the Theban force stronger.
According to the Greek soldier and writer Xenophon, the Greek heavy troops scattered their opposition twice ; only one Greek was even wounded.
According to Xenophon, they were alarmed at the growing power of Thebes and weary of fending off Spartan fleets alone as the Thebans were not contributing any money to maintaining the Athenian fleet.
According to Jablonski, the name is also Phrygian and could be " compared with the royal appellation Artemas of Xenophon.
According to Xenophon, she was encouraged to breed horses and compete in the Games, by her brother Agesilaus II, in an attempt to discredit the sport.
According to Xenophon, Cyrus had 196, 000 men in total, which was composed of 31, 000 to ~ 70, 000 Persians.
According to some its sources were the same as those of the river Marsyas ; but this is irreconcilable with Xenophon, according to whom the sources of the two rivers were only near each other, the Marsyas rising in a royal palace.
According to the historian Xenophon, this happened even though Athens was at the time in fact under the rule of the oligarchy of " The Thirty ", installed by the Spartans following their victory in the second Peloponnesian war, and despite the fact that there was literally an Archon in place, nominated by the oligarchs, in the person of Pythodorus.
According to Xenophon, the Spartans abhorred the thought of using the relationships as the basis of unit formation for placing too much significance on sexuality rather than talent.
According to Xenophon, the Ten Thousand were composed of:
According to the ancient historian Xenophon, it was occupied by the Makron, Kolkh and Tao.

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