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The Art of War

2 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Sun Tzu

This new translation of the ancient Chinese military treatise includes chapters of historical analysis touching on its relevance to today's corporate environment.  Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Author: Sun Tzu
Genre: Business & Investing, History
Publisher: Basic Books
2 reviews about The Art of War
review by . June 15, 2013
You would think a book called The Art of War would be useful propaganda for, you know, fighting a war. Instead, Sun Tzu, the legendary strategist to end all legendary strategists, makes it quite clear that fighting in a war isn't the way he would want to go, and he would prefer to avoid them altogether.     Sun Tzu knows the terrible truth about war and he makes that very clear right from the start. The second chapter of The Art of War is a fast argument on just why it's better …
review by . August 14, 2005
Sun-Tzu on The Art of War (History and Warfare )
This book is written in the style of Machiavelli with applications in Philosophy   too. Its contents discuss warfare in its many modes and manifestations. The   presentation depicts thought in the 5th century BC. The author describes expertise   on arms and fighting strategies/techniques.      Tzu stands for an honor title. The work describes violent upheaval in China. The storyline   provides a deeper understanding of conflict. The author …
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