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DOCTRINE OF DUPLICITY

” For that small matter of lies”, wrote Machiavelli,”I am a doctor and hold my degrees. Life has taught me to confound false and true, till no man knows either”. In ”The Prince” his personal confession becomes a general rule; … Continue reading

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BE SURE TO WEAR SOME FLOWERS IN YOUR HAIR

” If ¬†you’re going to San Francisco be sure to wear some flowers in your hair”. The same could be said for Florence,which, in the fifteenth century was a permissive, liberal society. The pendulum of the permissive revolution swung the … Continue reading

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