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“Everyone wants to exercise a certain sense of power over others and the absence of this power makes one miserable. By using the example of the old aristocratic court and the dilemma of the courtiers who had to serve their masters, the author underlines the following laws of power to exercise control over others and enjoy a sense of power. A person can utilize the following laws for enjoying power in general or capitalize on a specific law that is relevant in the context of their present circumstances.
The first law of the book restricts one against outshining their masters. This law signifies the need for a person to let their masters seem more wonderful and make them enjoy a level of superiority to accomplish power. The book uses the examples of Nicolas Fouquet’s downfall and Galileo’s rise to prominence, among other examples, to assert the law.”
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