25. Niccolò Machiavelli
A BBC radio show with 3 world-leading experts on Machiavelli and power.
An informative BBC short film called 'Who’s afraid of Machiavelli?' with Peter Capaldi and interviews with Quentin Skinner.
A BBC podcast with Erica Benner and other Machiavelli world experts.
A short video on Machiavelli from The School of Life which explores the morality of politicians.
Niccolò Machiavelli’s entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
A BBC radio show: Machiavelli: Devil or Democrat?
A BBC radio show: Machiavelli and the Italian City States
A BBC radio show: A look at philosopher Machiavelli, his book 'The Prince' and what it means to be Machiavellian.
Machiavelli: A Very Short Introduction by Quentin Skinner. Skinner introduces Niccolò Machiavelli, Florentine diplomat, politician, and the writer known for that most infamous Early Modern work, The Prince. He explores Machiavelli's theory of princely virtù, tracing its roots in ancient historians and moralists, and considering its influence on contemporary politics.