Reading response

I don’t understand this Political Science question and need help to study.

Reading question 2: Machiavelli on virtu vs. fortuna

Machiavelli, The Prince chapters 10-18. https://www.planetebook.com/free-ebooks/the-prince.pdf

Format: two single-spaced, type-written paragraphs

Based on your reading of the second half of The Prince, explain Machiavelli’s concepts of virtu and fortuna. Pay especially close attention to those chapters in which Machiavelli elaborates the significance of each in terms of what might be called “statecraft.” Let us define that concept as “action within the limits of human possibility, however wide.”

reading response

Need help with my History question – I’m studying for my class.

you will begin to explore Imperial China on your own by looking at the Terracotta Warriors created by Emperor Qin Shi Huang by watching the documentary “Secret History: China’s Terracotta Warriors” found here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4mMY47veBQ

Write a paragraph (about half a page) explaining what was so remarkable about this army, what it reveals about the Qin dynasty, and considering how it compares to other monumental works we have studied, like the pyramids or the carving of the Assyrians/Perisans.

Write a paragraph (about half a page) explaining what was so remarkable about this army and considering how it compares to other monumental works we have studied, like the pyramids or the carving of the Assyrians/Persians.

Reading response

I don’t understand this Political Science question and need help to study.

Reading question 2: Machiavelli on virtu vs. fortuna

Machiavelli, The Prince chapters 10-18. https://www.planetebook.com/free-ebooks/the-prince.pdf

Format: two single-spaced, type-written paragraphs

Based on your reading of the second half of The Prince, explain Machiavelli’s concepts of virtu and fortuna. Pay especially close attention to those chapters in which Machiavelli elaborates the significance of each in terms of what might be called “statecraft.” Let us define that concept as “action within the limits of human possibility, however wide.”