A work of subtlety and paradox that shows the way to a clean and aesthetic triumph. Sun Tzu insisted that a skilled warrior observes, calculates, outwits, and outmaneuvers an adversary, and in doing so averts the destruction of battle.
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This translation on Sun Tzu, The Art of War is incomplete. For example, "Know thy self, know thy enemy" is quotated differently or translated differently. Sole of the most famous Sun Tzu quotats are missing. For example, "Swift like the Wind, Slient like the Forrest, Fierce like the Fire, Firm like the Mountain, Fast as the Lighting."
not so good
reading very staccato and rushed.