The Art of War by Sun Tzu

The Art of War

By Sun Tzu

  • Release Date: 2010-10-04
  • Genre: Military
Score: 3.5
3.5
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Description

It has been the most famous and influential of China's Seven Military Classics, and "for the last two thousand years it remained the most important military treatise in Asia, where even the common people knew it by name. It has had an influence on Eastern and Western military thinking, business tactics, legal strategy and beyond.

Reviews

  • Ghosts

    3
    By Go dumb hold
    The best thing about books are not the same as a result of a new contractors something's wrong don't mean you can't have fun and I don't know how to make books
  • How big is the book?

    1
    By Dylparka
    Please help
  • Great

    5
    By Messed Head
    Good to have it on here for reference.
  • Chinese superiority over the barbarians

    5
    By DuiBuQi
    Sun Tzu's Art of War represents one of the many aspects of Chinese People's superiority over the rest of the world, especially the west barbs. The west tries to learn sun tzu but in perill due to their own arrogance and self-worshipping. So the west could forget sun tzu and stick back to their own barbarian way.
  • Not bade

    3
    By Stricko6975
    Pretty good for free I would say maybe Read it if so bored
  • What is epeen?

    5
    By @divideoverflow
    I couldn't find a definition for it. Sorry, I don't hang around hipster coffee shops.
  • some odd posts here

    5
    By zaygzy
    "divide overflow". get your head checked because this was one of the best books ever written. p.s general, sun tzu won many battles and was a presteiged general in ancient history. get a life...
  • The English language

    5
    By Malayaplaya
    Poorly "translates" this classic it is unfortunate but I still read this on a regular basis
  • Overhyped rubbish.

    1
    By divideoverflow
    The hype surrounding the ramblings of a Chinese pseudo-philosopher peasant makes this a complete disappointment. It's actually LESS painful reading Ayn Rand than this drivel. Seriously, save your time. We know we're all reading it for coffee shop intellectual epeen boosting. Just pretend you read it, just like everyone else does.

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