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Describe the world view of a Machiavellian and explain why that view might lead to certain types of conduct.

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The expert describes the world view of a Machiavellian. It explains why the view might lead to certain types of conduct.

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The worldview of a Machiavellian is essentially a view in which power and/or victory are to be obtained by any means necessary, and that there are no rules in the ruthless pursuit of power. In addition, the worldview of a Machiavellian is also a viewpoint that other individuals cannot be trusted, and that individuals ...

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