48 Laws of Power

THE ultimate machiavellian handbook for achieving power.

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Sylvain Maretto
Sylvain Maretto@sylvainmaretto · Product Designer, dribbble.com/marettooo
All those people that refer to Machiavelli regarding power conquest probably never replaced them in the context: Nicolo wrote this book to please the Prince and go back in his good graces. It's all about flattery, and important to bear it in mind while reading The Prince or Discourses on the First Decade of Titus Livy