What does Macaulay mean?
You mean, like, saltines and their ilk, eh? If so, try the link below. But if you mean Topix website, I don't know.
As far as I can tell, people who like 2Pac argue that it is still alive and recording like Machiavelli. He argues that he used the name because he liked Machiavelli, a political strategist who wrote that the government could be run (the purpose here is to pave the way ... the idea here Mussolini is said to have used his ideas in Italy during World War II. Anyway, below is a site with more.
This page can help you.
What is Macaulay?
The word comes from the name of the ancient Italian philosopher and author Niccolولو Machiavelli. He wrote about politics when the Medici family was a power in Italy. His name is now used to denote a corrupt administration, such as the Bush administration, labeled Machiavellian.
Machiavelli was primarily an ordinary man who swore to power and political influence. He wrote the philosophical book Prince and the lesson he learned from it was basically that in order to maintain power you have to do what is necessary because all the reasons can be justified. That is, when there is a conflict between ethics (doing the right thing, doing my job) and politics, it is more appropriate to do politics. She was controversial at the time because of her cold, busy schedule. However, Italy is at a time of political and social conflict ... so it makes sense in context. Better a poor horse than no horse at all.
Do you mean Machiavelli? In this case, he was an Italian politician, a renaissance philosopher. When it comes to strategic moves with a serious tone, the swing is considered a Machiavellian (as the swing will do).