El arte de la guerra
Title : El arte de la guerra
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Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 49 pages
Category : 13th-century
Tags : fantasy, childrens, book, dragon, romance, war

Is the Best El arte de la guerra En esta poca en que tantas personas creen que la soluci n a los problemas del siglo XXI es la violencia, esta obra es importante y necesaria, no porque sus reflexiones sean una invitaci n a practicar la guerra, sino porque para Sun Tzu la guerra es algo m s que la simple fuerza bruta y la irracionalidad de la destrucci n Se trata del arte de evitar los conflictos requie En esta poca en que tantas personas creen que la soluci n a los problemas del siglo XXI es la violencia, esta obra es importante y necesaria, no porque sus reflexiones sean una invitaci n a practicar la guerra, sino porque para Sun Tzu la guerra es algo m s que la simple fuerza bruta y la irracionalidad de la destrucci n Se trata del arte de evitar los conflictos requiere de una sabidur a mayor, pero sobre todo, exige de nuestra parte una gran sensibilid More at http://www.thephotoroll.com/php_uploads


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  • Anne
    Anne

    Hey Look at me stepping outside my comfort zone

  • Petra Eggs
    Petra Eggs

    Simply put, Sun Tzu says that it is better not to fight than to be involved in a conflict, but if you are going to have to fight, then you have to do it to win, and these are the various strategies, often brutal, that will get you that result.Niccol Machiavelli, in

  • Bill Paxton
    Bill Paxton

    Awesome book Pretty amazing insights What I really loved is the fact that much of the insights can be used in today s fiercely competitive corporate scenarios as well Must read I bought this book at special price from here

  • Alejandro
    Alejandro

    The wise warrior avoids the battle. I can t think in a better quote to begin this review.Sometimes, reading books about war tactics or novels of the genre of war, is confused with glorify wars, destruction, death and all sad things that are results of a war But, at least, in my case I can t speak for others it s not that I don t glorify war One of my favorite historical subjects is World War II, but it s not because an insane instinct of glorify war I just support the concept that any per

  • Michelle
    Michelle

    This was on the Surprise Yourself stack at the library It was a choice between Fifty Shades of Grey and The Art of War I took the latter even if I think I m of a lover than a fighter Besides, the stack was on the front desk, choosing the former is kinda awkward I am quite surprised I finished this book I felt like I subjected myself to study even if I m not required to do so It s actually quite entertaining, so that I know that there won t be a test later Despite the title

  • Sporkurai
    Sporkurai

    Evidently, it seems, for the last couple thousand years, EVERYONE has been using the same textbook on how to conduct a war It also seems to be that nobody even knows for sure who wrote the book or when, but everyone uses it anyway Included in this book are precious reminders that strategy helps you win, retreating helps you not die, if you outnumber the enemy 5 to 1, attacking would probably be a good idea, and also if you re a tiny country surrounded by powerful countries, it might be time to

  • Alex Farrand
    Alex Farrand

    I listened to The Art of War for a few reasons 1 It was only a hour long, 2 It was free because I am an Prime member, 3 It was narrated by Aiden Gillen, also known as Petyr Baelish, aka Littlefinger So, I jumped into it, and listened to it during a car ride The Art of War is a well versed, and short guide book to strategize, and tactically win a war There were tons of great advice, and still relatable today I would go even deeper that it doesn t entirely reflect on physical warfare

  • Tom Marotta
    Tom Marotta

    So many little wars must be waged daily Works on the battlefield and the office.CLASSICS When the enemy is relaxed, make them toil When full, starve them When settled, make them move In conflict, straightforward actions generally lead to engagement, surprising actions generally lead to victory Thus those skilled in war subdue the enemy s army without battle They conquer by strategy Know the enemy and know yourself in a hundred battles you will never be in peril When you are igno

  • Dannii Elle
    Dannii Elle

    If anyone is looking for a war general I am available and well versed in war tactics due to this book Hook me up.

  • Ahmed H. Mansour
    Ahmed H. Mansour

    It is hard to speculate that this book has been written for one single eraWhen you read it you realise it meant to stay and teach all the humanity, a book that needs to be taught in schools, teaching kids how to THINK.How it is SIMPLE to THINK.Now THAT S somthing they don t usually teach us to know when we are nothing but small lads.Such a damn complicate world Here s a small taste of what you may find in this small book According as circumstances are fav

El arte de la guerra