What Is the Machiavellian Character?


The Machiavellian character is one who uses unscrupulous and unethical methods to attain what they desire. Plotting, scheming, and cunning are all associated with the Machiavellian character. The term was coined by Italian writer Niccolò Machiavelli's work The Prince in 1532.
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A Machiavellian character is somebody who aims at achieving goals via unscrupulous methods. The person is very cunning and deceptive in all his/her deeds. The term is mainly used to describe politicians who use cunning methods to get more votes.
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