Who said ?the end justifies the means??

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“The end justifies the means” was a statement that was suggested by Niccolo Machiavelli in his book titled “The Prince”. In his book he discusses the morality of political rule. The book was later on condemned by Pope Clement VIII.
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Niccolo Machiavelli.
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The result justifies the deed (Exitus acta probat) was by the poet Ovid in his
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There have been numberous politicians, generals, philsophers, who have subscribed to this saying. It's part of a moral subset, beliefs called: Consequentialism. Check out my source
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