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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  V    AID 521 285 378 315 196 272 566 316 59
2  N    AGGRESSION 442 629 1256 366 90 577 170 504 8
3  J    SUPPORTIVE 267 546 784 179 152 276 202 278 22
4  N    STIMULUS 117 563 1088 149 273 899 351 450 28
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8  N    WELL-BEING 334 319 1799 323 146 731 313 423 28
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10  N    COMPLIANCE 272 320 499 1231 45 153 696 815 70
 

writings has convinced a recent author that Machiavelli has a "general orthodoxy, if not a fervent faith. "2 On the Sermon itself another student claims that it "clearly and formally subscribes to the Christian doctrines. "3 These strong and unqualified opinions have not convinced everybody however. One scholar, for instance, sees only reigned piety in Machiavelli's call to penitence: "... he may have been ironical in a way apparent to a few hearers or later readers. "4 Villari also finds "veiled irony "in the work, which Croce calls "a frivolous joke. "5 Any writing by an important thinker that arouses such discord deserves attention, especially if the writing is little known anyway. Speaking this evening to my father and older brothers are the Sermon's opening words. Addressed in similar terms two more times, a group of clerics presumably makes up a pan of the audience. Machiavelli probably spoke the Sermon

 
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