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Put not your trust in Princes. However, both of these views are based on a misconception. Jesus can be a tragic victim of wrong without Caiaphas having been a bad person or done the wrong thing, let alone an anti-Semitic caricature.
Caiaphas was in fact doing his duty, as we must construe the duty of a statesman, as opposed to the duty of a private person.
Whatever the institutional self-interest of Caiaphas may have been, what we see in his reasoning is a proper appreciation of his position of political responsibility. There is a difference because of the characteristic moral dilemma that occurs with political power.
The lives of many, the "whole nation," depend on Caiaphas; and if he must truly chose between the innocent lives of many and the innocent life of one, then, however unpleasant, disturbing, or regretable, the trust that the many have placed in him must predominate and he must do what is necessary that "that the whole nation should not perish.
The peril of Caiaphas' position is revealed when we find that the High Priest Ananus and his colleague Jesus ben Gamaliel were murdered by the Zealots, led by John of Gischala, in This meant that the Revolt would be a fight to the death, with no compromise sought from the Romans.
We must credit Caiaphas with avoiding, for a time, such evils [ note ].
It must be understood, however, that a prince Thus he must be disposed to change according as the winds of fortune and the alternations of circumstance dictate. As I have aleady said, he must stick to the good so long as he can, but being compelled by necessity, he must be ready to take the way of evil [e, come di sopra dissi, non partirsi dal bene, potendo, ma sapere entrare, nel male, necessitato] Thus, the implication of amorality or immorality in the passage above, although very limited if it is read carefully, contrasts with a passage in Machiavelli's own Discourses: Walker translation, Penguin Books, p.
This superficially looks like another statement by Machiavelli in the Discourses: For when the safety of one's country wholly depends on the decision to be taken, no attention should be paid either to justice or injustice, to kindness or cruelty, or to its being praiseworthy or ignominious.
However, he was no disciple of Machiavelli just because of those goals. The quote just given is immediately followed by: On the contrary, every other consideration being set aside, that alternative should be wholeheartedly adopted which will save the life and preserve the freedom of one's country.
Only the Bolsheviks were saved, so that they could continue slaughtering the workers and peasants in whose name they had seized power. He admired republics, especially the Roman Republic ; he admired and revered Marcus Aurelius. He did not admire tyranny; he did not admire, but despised, Caesar.
He would have had no difficulty recognizing Lenin and Trotsky, or Hitler and Stalin, for the monsters that they were -- all of whom made "war on virtue, on letters, and on any art that brings advantage and honour to the human race.To prevent acts of academic dishonesty in the learning environment, students are responsible for knowing the following: The various forms of academic dishonesty as described above.
The current Saddleback College Student Handbook on Student's Rights and Responsibilities, including acts of dishonesty.
Academic dishonesty, academic misconduct, academic fraud and academic integrity are related concepts that refer to various actions on the part of students that go against the expected norms of a school, university or other learning institution.
Definitions of academic misconduct are usually outlined in institutional policies. Examples of academic dishonest include. There are allegations that some diploma mills  take students' money for essays, then produce a low standard essay or close their websites without providing the purchased essay.
Students then have little time to provide an essay before a deadline. Also diploma mills have allegedly blackmailed students demanding more money than was originally agreed and threatening to reveal plagiarism to the. Academic dishonesty is one of the most argued and controversial subjects in the education arena.
Academic dishonesty is the act of stealing answers or "borrowing" someone's individual work without giving proper credit. /5(7).
Acts of dishonesty. Acts of dishonesty include, but are not limited to, those listed in this chapter: (1) Academic integrity violations including, but not limited to, cheating as defined in WAC Ye shall be my witnesses.
I. The world through its whole extent NEEDS SUCH A TESTIMONY. The facts which can be testified without the power of God's Spirit cannot speak the .