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John Sloan

The author, a long-time student of Machiavelli, here offers four articles focused on Machiavelli's theories on warfare and its relation to politics. The essays were written as a result of participation in a seminar on this political writer at Columbia University in 1960. They are copyright by the author, who will be pleased to authorize their use for academic purposes by anyone who finds them of value. For comments, corrections, and further discussion of this subject please contact Xenophon

Machiavelli's views on the art of war are described and analysed in this essay.
An oral book review of The Art of War, analyzing Machiavelli's views and comentary on them by Neal Wood and Hans Delbruch is at Review
A detailed summary of the content of Machiavelli's Art of War is found at Art of War.
An outline of the contents of Machiavelli's Discourses on the First Ten Books of Titus Livy is provided at Discourses. The here is the article on Machiavelli from Encyclopedia Britannica 11th edition.

The complete text of Machiavelli's Prince is on line at Prince. and at the_Prince A discussion of Machiavelli's Prince and Discourses is at FileRoom .

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