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|But Aristotle was much more concerned than Machiavelli with abstract theory. He |
was also primarily interested in ... In Machiavelli's border-value perspective, a
blunder or a mistake is therefore worse than a crime. Small wonder, then, that the
|In Machiavelli's border-value perspective, a blunder or a mistake is therefore |
worse than a crime. Small wonder, then, that the words allegedly said either by
Antoine Boulay de la Meurthe, deputy from Meurthe in the Corps le'gislatif, or by ...
|It is certainly a mistake to try to mug a visitor to New York with a banana rather |
than a Magnum 44, and likewise a blunder to ... more celebrated wisecracks, said
of the execution of the Duc d'Enghien, “It's worse than a crime, it's a mistake.
|As the symbol of the United States in its pursuit of global hegemony, the bald |
eagle is less appropriate than the rooster, ... that has provided the basis of US.
foreign policy since the Gulf War in 1991: “It is worse than a crime. It is a mistake.
|Realists may recall the famous assertion of French diplomat Charles Talleyrand |
two centuries ago, 'it is worse than a crime, it is a mistake', but liberals may now
recall the equally pithy assertion of Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in 1998
|examples that they “are not or do not involve fallacies”; Talleyrand, in one of |
history's more celebrated wisecracks, said of the execution of the duo d'Enghien,
“It's worse than a crime, it's a mistake." This touches our analysis at two places.
|In this second volume of Philip Dwyer’s authoritative biography on one of history’s most enthralling leaders, Napoleon, now 30, takes his position as head of the French state after the 1799 coup.|
|He was, to put it mildly, a less imposing figure than Gheorghiu-Dej, less |
intelligent but equally shrewd and, if possible, even more ambitious. There was
no reason to expect ... ("This is worse than a crime; this is a mistake!"). When I
asked why, ...
|To paraphrase Talleyrand, the Iraq War was worse than a crime—it was a |
mistake. What is neoconservatism? No myth about neoconservatism is more
erroneous than the idea that Jewish conservatives like Paul Wolfowitz and
Richard Perle ...
|Years later in bitter exile on the island of St. Helena, he remarked, “I should have |
had the pope close by my side, then I would have ... He regarded sectarian
division as self-defeating, calling it at one point “worse than a crime. It was a