Machiavelli’s The Prince begins with a dedicatory letter. The dedicatory letter, like most letters, is addressed to a specific person, Lorenzo d’ Medici – the ruler of Florence. Judging from the dedicatory letter, Machiavelli’s The Prince is written for one man. On the surface of it, The Prince is for the one, not the many. On the other hand, in Chapter 15, Machiavelli says that his book is written for whoever understands it. It is NOT just written for the one. It is written, at least potentially, for the many. So, which is it? Is Machiavelli’s book for the one or for the many? Or is Machiavelli’s The Prince written for both the one and many? Address this question.
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