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NICCOLÒ MACHIAVELLI

"A prince must often do wrong to advance his state; he must be prepared to act in ways that might seem cruel, dishonest, or inhumane, provided the end justifies the means."

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"Death Note," a popular anime and manga series, presents a wealth of themes that echo Machiavellian concepts, particularly those related to power, morality, and the nature of leadership.

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