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Surely, though, we should both contextualise Machiavelli’s work and perhaps look a bit deeper into his intentions. Not much of what we call scientific method was in place at the time he wrote and his understanding of Roman history was more limited than our own. Yet, much that is positive can be found if we look at his work more closely (Femia 2004: Ch 4). First, Machiavelli geared his method towards the deduction of trends in the actions of political leaders, not in discovering immutable principles.
Machiavelli’s complexities can appear as daunting as rebuilding a mosaic, but if we step back frequently and try to place his work and life in proper context there is much we can learn. The Florentine writer is attempting to advise a potential ruler on how to build and maintain a republican political order, but his realism and his experience dictate his abandonment of utopian or metaphysical approaches. The highest duty of the prince is to the polity, the most important goal is the safety of the state, the protection of an order of good laws from which the vivere libero, the living free, may emerge.
Have the effect of bringing morality down to earth. What counts is not adherence to transcendent norms or divinely ordained purposes, but the maximization of empirically ascertainable wellbeing’ (Femia 2004: 85). Finally liberated from the burden of the charge of immorality, Machiavelli’s writings yield a different image of the Florentine secretary’s vision, both methodologically and substantively. MACHIAVELLI’S METHOD Machiavelli’s methodology is integral to his work. He used an empirical method, borrowing freely from the historical record to support his own argumentation, and discarded the teleological tools that had previously been commonplace (Femia 2004).