• Title English : The art of War
• Author : Sun Tzu (Author), père Amiot (Translator)
• Pages : 175 Sheet
• Publisher : Mille et Une Nuits [Thousand and One Nights] (October 3, 1996)
• Collection : Les pieds dans le plat !
• ISBN-10: 2842050754
• ISBN-13: 978-2842050757
• Product Dimensions : 14,5 x 3,1 x 10 cm
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♦ Description : “The Art of War is historically the first strategy treaty in the world, written around the fifth century BC. This book develops original theses, which are inspired by ancient Chinese philosophy. It’s not just a series of advice, but rather a philosophy based on reflection and psychology. The main idea of Sun Tzu’s work is that the aim of the war is to force the enemy to abandon the fight, including without a fight, thanks to cunning, espionage and great mobility. is therefore to adapt to the strategy of the opponent, to ensure victory at a lower cost. His ideas are now echoed by Asian and American strategists in the global economic war. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.”
“Sun Tzu, whose real name is Sun Wu (meaning “military”), is a Chinese general who lived in the 5th century BC (544-496 BC). He is best known as the author of the oldest known military strategy book: The Art of War. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Sun Tzu or Sun Zi or Souen Tseu (Chinese: 孫子, pinyin: sūn zǐ, Wade-Giles: sun1 tzu3, pronounced /suən.ts̩/, means “Sun master”) of his real name Sun Wu (孫武, Sūn Wǔ, sun1 wu3, wǔ meaning “military”, “martial”), is a Chinese general of the fifth century BC. J.-C. (544-496 BC).
He is best known as the author of the oldest known military strategy book: The Art of War. The main idea of his work is that the objective of the war is to force the enemy to abandon the struggle, including without combat, thanks to cunning, espionage and great mobility: it is therefore a question of adapt to the strategy of the opponent, to ensure victory at a lower cost.
It is said that Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin read this book during the war. The ideas of the Art of War have been taken up and adapted by different authors for strategy and especially corporate strategy.”