For “The Morals of the Prince”
Write a response to Machiavelli’s assertion that the ends justify the means. Do you think that in today’s world we can set aside how we get a goal achieved, instead focusing on what we get in the end? Think about the argument that getting someone to donate by giving them incentives is worth it because at least the people who need it get help. What do you think? Are there situations where Machiavelli’s could be a productive, logical tactic? Are there situations in which this tactic should never be used? Proofread and copy your work before you submit it.