The Art of War by Sun Tzu

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Sun Tzu's The Art of War is one of the most celebrated military treatises, read by military and business strategists alike. This version is translated by noted scholar Lionel Giles.

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The warrior-philosopher and master strategist Sun Tzu, about whom little is known, compiled The Art of War more than two thousand years ago. Legend has it that he was known for the brilliant campaigns he led around the time of Confucius. His work was memorized and passed down orally, before eventually being copied onto bamboo strips and passed around.
 
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(Lots of things get sewn back on in the future, apparently.) In Manhattan, Kelly mentors under Sun Tzu and clashes with the general’s daughter, Qing, all while maneuvering against a mysterious competitor, Vespoid, whose leader, The Prince, competes fiercely against Trench.

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After these briefings, Minford separates the book in two: first, a straightforward translation of Sun-tzu's book, and second, the translation coupled with commentary.

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BC Books

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However, the part that really struck home, for me, was when Sun Tzu speaks about knowing yourself and your enemy: "So it is said that if you know others and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles;

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Ask businesspeople to peg the writer whose thinking is most clearly reflected in both military and corporate circles, and odds are that you’ll hear the name Sun Tzu, the ancient Chinese general who is believed to be the author of The Art of War (and whose insights have spawned a [...]

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The Art of War from SmarterComics: How to be Successful in Any Competition by Sun Tzu, illustrated by Shane Chester, is a graphic novel of the famous book.

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International Affairs Review

Hank Crumpton, the former CIA and State Department counterterrorism official and current security consultant who helped lead the war in Afghanistan, has written an illuminating and entertaining memoir on his CIA career.

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