The Art of War

The Art of War

Alex’s Note

If you seek power, you must seek war.

As Niccolo Machiavelli said:

A Prince, therefore, ought never to allow his attention to be diverted from warlike pursuits, and should occupy himself with them even more in peace than in war.

Therefore, what better book is there about war than Sun Tzu’s The Art of War.

True to its name, the book is about winning a war. But more than that, it is about winning. It is about being the person you need to be to win.

As you will learn, winning is not about being the strongest, the most honorable, and the most famous. It is about being the most cunning and the most prepared. It is about knowing the truth and concealing it.

Everything else is secondary.

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