1. The importance of being prepared and cautious cannot be emphasized enough.
2. Haste does not help, but neither does prolonging excessively.
3. Deception is at the base of warfare.
4. Portray weakness when we are in fact strong, appear strong when the truth is we are weak.
5. When there is no help or hope, strike the hardest.
6. Use spies; for spies are where the ability of an army to make moves lies.
|No of pages||128|
|Book Publisher||i-Read Publications|
|Published Date||01 Jan 2011|
Author : Sun Tzu1 Books
Sun Tzu is a honorific title bestowed upon Sūn Wu, the author of The Art of War an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy. Sun Tzu believed in the use of the military sciences to effect outcomes that would result in peace.
In the author's name, Sūn Wu, the character wu, meaning "military", is the same as the character in wu shu, or martial art. Sun Wu also has a courtesy name, Chang Qing (Cháng Qīng).
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