The Appearance of Naiveté

The Daily Laws by Robert Greene, Pg. 162

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He who poses as a fool is not a fool. — Baltasar Gracian

Those who claim to be nonplayers may affect an air of naiveté, to protect them from the accusation that they are after power. Beware, however, for the appearance of naiveté can be effective means of…

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