Twelve Times the Lockdowners Were Wrong

by | Dec 29, 2020

Twelve Times The Lockdowners Were Wrong

… the prince is advised always to appear to be moral and virtuous in the Christian manner, since that enhances his popularity; but to practice the opposite if necessary to maintain power. Thus Machiavelli stressed the value of appearances, of what Christians and other moralists call “hypocrisy.”


Murray N. Rothbard

Economic Thought Before Adam Smith, p. 191

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