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  1. The Book of War : Sun-Tzu's "The Art of War" & Karl Von Clausewitz's "On War" by Sun-Tzu, 2000-02-22
  2. The Art of War: The Definitive Interpretation of Sun Tzu's Classic Book of Strategy by Sun Tzu, Stephen F. Kaufman, 1996-04-15
  3. Art of War Plus The Art of Sales (Sun Tzus the Art of War Plus) by Gary Gagliardi, Sun Tzu, 2005-04-01
  4. Sun Zi: The Art of War & Sun Bin: The Art of War (Chinese/English edition) by Sun Bin, Sun Zi, et all 1999-01-01
  5. The Illustrated Art of War by Sun Tzu, 2005-10-15
  6. Books About War (14 books anthology) by Sun Tzu, Niccolo Machiavelli, et all 2009-11-16
  7. The Art of War: The Denma Translation (Shambhala Library) by Sun Tzu, 2002-09-17
  8. El Arte de la Guerra / The Art of War (Fuentes De Inspiracion) (Spanish Edition) by Sun-tzu, 2009-06-24
  9. Sun Tzu's Art of War: The Modern Chinese Interpretation by General Tao Hanzhang, Tao Hanzhang, 2007-05-01
  10. The Art of War by Sun Tzu by Sun Tzu, 2009-03-04
  11. The Art of War by Sun Tzu, 2010-09-01
  12. Pivotal Strategies for the Educational Leader: The Importance of Sun Tzu's Art of War by Ovid Wong, 2007-12-24
  13. Sun Tzu Strategies for Winning the Marketing War: 12 Essential Principles for Winning the War for Customers by Gerald Michaelson, Steven Michaelson, 2003-10-20
  14. Sun Tzu's The Art of War: A 52 brilliant ideas interpretation (Infinite Success Series) by Karen McCreadie, 2008-04-18

41. Bibliography
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42. Sun Tzu And IW
Sun Tzu Art of War in Information Warfare, Table of Contents,. TABLE OF CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION 19961997 Sun Tzu ART OF WAR AWARD IN INFORMATION WARFARE. FOREWORD.
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43. Air War College
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45. Sun Tzu - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Sun Tzu. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sun BC. See also Famous military writers. External link. The Art of War, By Sun Tzu.
Sun Tzu
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Sun Tzu pinyin ) was the author of The Art of War , an influential ancient Chinese book on military tactics . He is also one of the earliest realists in political science. Some scholars have concluded that the work was actually authored by unknown Chinese philosophers The only surviving source on the life of Sun Tzu is the biography written in the 2nd century BC by the historian Sima Qian , who describes him as a general who lived in the state of Wu in the 6th century BC . However, the biography is not consistent with other sources for the period, and both the form and content of the book indicate that it was most likely written between 400 BC and 320 BC See also: Famous military writers edit
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46. Art Of War
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Art of War.
Art of War - Sun Tzu
Chapter 1 : Estimates
War is a matter of vital importance to the state; a matter of life or death, the road either to survival or to ruin. Hence, it is imperative that it be studied thoroughly. These five fundamental factors are familiar to every general. Those who master them win; those who do not are defeated. Therefore, in laying plans, compare the following seven elements, appraising them with the utmost care.
  • Which ruler is wise and more able? Which commander is more talented? Which army obtains the advantages of nature and the terrain? In which army are regulations and instructions better carried out? Which troops are stronger? Which army has the better-trained officers and men? Which army administers rewards and punishments in a more enlightened and correct way?
  • By means of these seven elements, I shall be able to forecast which side will be victorious and which will be defeated. The general who heeds my counsel is sure to win. Such a general should be retained in command. One who ignores my counsel is certain to be defeated. Such a one should be dismissed. Having paid attention to my counsel and plans, the general must create a situation which will contribute to their accomplishment. By "situation" I mean he should take the field situation into consideration and act in accordance with what is advantageous.

    47. Sun Tzu On The Art Of War
    Main Text of Sun Tzu on the Art of War (Lionel Giles, trans.) May, 1994 Etext 132 This text is in the PUBLIC DOMAIN. Sun Tzu ON THE ART OF WAR.
    Main Text of: Sun Tzu on the Art of War (Lionel Giles, trans.) May, 1994
    [Etext #132] This text is in the PUBLIC DOMAIN
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    By LIONEL GILES, M.A. (1910)


    [This is the basic text of Sun Tzu on the Art of War. It was extracted from Mr. Giles' complete work as titled above. The commentary itself, which, of course includes this work embedded within it, has been released as suntzu10.txt (or This is being released only as an adjunct to that work, which contains a wealth of commentary upon this text.]
  • Sun Tzu said: The art of war is of vital importance to the State.
  • It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected.
  • The art of war, then, is governed by five constant factors, to be taken into account in one's deliberations, when seeking to determine the conditions obtaining in the field.
  • These are: (1) The Moral Law; (2) Heaven; (3) Earth; (4) The Commander; (5) Method and discipline.
  • 48. M.V. Rappai
    Changes in Chinese military doctrine and their implications, discussing Sun Tzu.

    49. Sun Tzu: The Art Of War
    Sun Tzu The Art of War What is The Art of War? In essence, the art of war is the art of life. Who is Sun Tzu? Chinese general, circa
    Sun Tzu: The Art of War
    What is The Art of War
    In essence, the art of war is the art of life.
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    Who is Sun Tzu?
    Chinese general, circa 500 B.C. A collection of essays on the art of war is attributed to Sun Tzu. These are the earliest known treatises on the subject. There is a growing number of translations of this Chinese classic, usually titled Sun Tzu: The Art of War . Sometimes the wording is reversed. Knowledge of Sun Tzu reached Europe shortly before the French Revolution in the form of a summary translation by Father J. J. M. Amiot, a French Jesuit priest. In the various translations, Sun Tzu is sometimes referred to as Sun Wu, and Sun Tzi. The most fundamental of Sun Tzu's principles for the conduct of war is that "All warfare is based on deception"
    Art of War: 2005 Daily Boxed Calendar
    Another key Sun Tzu principle is that "The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting." Sun Tzu's ideas spread to the rest of Asia and to Japan. The Japanese quickly adopted Sun Tzu's teaching and perhaps added a few chapters of their own. It is no accident that Asian cultures are referred to as cultures of strategy, and Sun Tzu has played no small part in this development. The works of Sun Tzu have been widely known in the United States since the mid-1970s. Diplomat Henry Kissinger has made reference to Sun Tzu and the principles for the conduct of warfare has been the subject of serious study in U.S. military circles for many years. The art of war as applied to business, sports, diplomacy and personal lives has been popularized in American business and management texts. Sun Tzu may be the most frequently quoted Chinese personality in the world today, eclipsing Confucius, Lao Tze and Mao Dzedong.
  • 50. Global Beat: Heeding Sun Or Mao? Assessing China's Military Thinking
    Discussion about Sun Tzu and Mao Zedong, assessing China's military thinking.

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    Assessing China's Military Thinking
    Global Beat Issue Brief No. 30
    March 13, 1998
    By Richard Halloran
    Ancient China's famed strategist, Sun Tzu cautioned leaders of his day to take pains to avoid miscalculating the capabilities or intentions of potential adversaries lest disaster strike: "If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle." In contrast, modern China's revolutionary leader, Mao Zedong, brushed aside that warning: "All reactionaries are paper tigers. In appearance, the reactionaries are terrifying, but in reality they are not so powerful." Today, American defense officials are debating whether their Chinese counterparts will, in effect, heed Sun or Mao. Underlying the deliberations is a fear that the Chinese might miscalculate in thinking they could prevail over the armed forces of the United States in a regional conflict in Asia. Leading one school is Admiral Joseph W. Prueher, who commands U.S. forces in the Pacific; he says Chinese military leaders are "smart, pragmatic" officers who understand that the Peoples Liberation Army does not compare with U.S. forces "in any way." Influential Pentagon analysts, however, assert that Chinese leaders hold "dangerous misperceptions that may well cause serious political friction or even military conflict with the United States." For now, the argument appears tilted toward Admiral Prueher's point of view. The Chinese have not beaten the war drums for more than a year. Little at the recent National People's Congress suggested that China's leaders were eager to confront the U.S. even though sizable American naval forces have been shifted from the Pacific to the Arabian Sea in the dispute with Iraq.

    51. Sun Tzu: The Art Of War Bibliography
    Sun Tzu. Sun Pin. Wu. Ancient. Art of War. Ancient Art of War. Strategy. Strategic. 36. Strategies. 36 Strategies. Sun Tzu The Art of War A Bibliography.
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    53. Sun Tzu-The Art Of War
    Article on Sun Tzu Art of War and its various aspects.
    Previous Article Contents Article by Dean McNicol Sun Tzu's The Art of War Abstract Sun Tzu's the art of war is considered to be the best text on strategy. This is how it is viewed by western society but it is also a philosophical and spiritual text. To fully comprehend this text we must understand the symbolism, philosophies and the Chinese society of that time. Many people read The Art of War without taking these factors into consideration missing the ethical, social, political lessons this text can bring to western business. Studying the history that led up to the Text can give us a greater appreciation of Chinese thought while aiding our own culture. Introduction When deciding the topic for this paper I thought that Sun Tzu's The Art of War would be an easy and short topic to present. In delving into the background and symbolism of the text I found that I had to some how not only describe a text but the culture if I was to put the text into context. No paper can fully or fairly represent any culture. This paper is meant to be a roller coaster ride through some of many areas relating to Sun Tzu's The Art of War.

    54. Sun Tzu And The Art Of Business Home Page
    The Sun Tzu Business Strategy Website is based on the ideas put forth in the book Sun Tzu and the Art of Business Six Strategic Principles for Managers.
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    " Know your enemy and know yourself; in one hundred battles you will never be in peril." Sun Tzu
    Now in its 6 th printing WELCOME! Welcome to the Sun Tzu and the Art of Business Homepage! The goal of this web site is to serve people like yourself, who are involved in business strategy, competitive analysis, and market research. To do so it provides valuable insights on Strategy Matters , a Competitive Self-Analysis Test , insights on the master strategist himself in The Principles of Sun Tzu , a synopsis of the book Sun Tzu and the Art of Business: Six Strategic Principles for Managers , and the ability to sign up for the Sun Tzu Strategy Newsletter There is also a "launch pad" for your work (to your left) that provides links to sites dealing with competitive intelligence, international business, business news, futures studies, business schools and other topics. Finally, there is an Amazon-based Business Bookstore and the ability to "name your own price" for travel through

    55. Military Review: Learning From Sun Tzu - Mr Insights
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    Sun Tzu's The Art of War is, of course, a classic. At least six English translations can be found in most large bookstores on bookshelves next to another much cited but little read military favorite, Carl von Clausewitz's On War (Knopf, New York, 1993).(1) Translator Roger Ames describes The Art of War as "the world's foremost classic on military strategy."(2) During the Vietnam war, it was popular for Army officers to be seen carrying copies of the works of Sun Tzu and Man Tse-tung. It is unlikely that many who carried the books read them, and few who read them understood them. Sun Tzu was a Chinese military leader and philosopher Little is certain regarding his life, including when he lived. The biography in Ssu-ma Ch'ien's Historical Records (Oxford University Press, New York, 1994), dating from the early 1st century B.C., describes Sun Tzu as a contemporary of Confucius (551 -479 B.C.) born in what is now Shandung Province. Translator Samuel B. Griffith suggest that Sun Tzu probably lived during the Warring States period 453-221 B.C.) because the military details of The Art of War fit that time better than they do the earlier Spring and Autumn period.(3)

    56. A Sun Tzu Companion
    Companion for the Sun Tzu Art of War
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    Tactics of Ancient China: A Sun Tzu Companion
    By Brad Haugaard
    Note: I wrote this brief book some time ago, but it has never before been published. - Brad Haugaard Preface
    This book is primarily for the Western reader who has an interest in military tactics and strategems and who would like to know more about those to be found in ancient Chinese literature. It is also a book for those who have read Sun Tzu's Art of War . In fact, his book might be considered a prerequisite for this work since many of the battles described here were clearly influenced by Sun Tzu's teachings. The incidents in this book are drawn primarily from two great semi-fictional classics and one early work of history. The semi-fictional works are San Kuo Chi Yen-i (translated by C.H. Brewitt-Taylor as, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms ), and Shui Hu Chuan , (translated by Pearl Buck as, All Men Are Brothers The historical work is Shi Chi (translated by Burton Watson as, Records of the Grand Historian ). It was completed by Ssu-ma Ch'ien, the grand historian of Emperor Wu, sometime around 89 B.C, contemporaneous with Julius Caesar and the decline of the Roman republic in the West. The original work is massive and eclectic, containing 130 chapters dealing with various aspects of Chinese government, biographies, dynasties, etc. Watson's very readable English translation has been substantially abbreviated.

    57. EAWC Anthology: The Art Of War
    The Art of War. Sun Tzu / Translated by Lionel Giles. Chapter 1 Laying Plans. Sun Tzu said The art of war is of vital importance to the State.
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    Sun Tzu / Translated by Lionel Giles Chapter 1: Laying Plans Sun Tzu said: The art of war is of vital importance to the State. It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected. The art of war, then, is governed by five constant factors, to be taken into account in one's deliberations, when seeking to determine the conditions obtaining in the field. These are: (1) The Moral Law; (2) Heaven; (3) Earth; (4) The Commander; (5) Method and discipline. The Moral Law causes the people to be in complete accord with their ruler, so that they will follow him regardless of their lives, undismayed by any danger. Heaven signifies night and day, cold and heat, times and seasons. Earth comprises distances, great and small; danger and security; open ground and narrow passes; the chances of life and death. The Commander stands for the virtues of wisdom, sincerity, benevolence, courage and strictness. By method and discipline are to be understood the marshaling of the army in its proper subdivisions, the graduations of rank among the officers, the maintenance of roads by which supplies may reach the army, and the control of military expenditure.

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    59. The Art Of War By Sun Tzu
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    60. Sun Tzu: The Art Of War
    Sun Tzu s The Art of War is a new translation by the Denma Translation Group. That work consists of a translation of the Sun Tzu with commentary and essays.
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      This web site contains the full scholarly apparatus for the book The Art of War by Sun Tzu, translated by the Denma Translation Group (Boston: Shambhala Publications, 2001). That work consists of a translation of the Sun Tzu with commentary and essays. This site addresses the textual issues that lie behind the Denma group's choices of translation. It is written by Kidder Smith. Electronic media allow levels of annotation not often possible in print versions of a text. In this document we discuss the interpretation of individual words, offer arguments in the exegesis of each passage, note parallels with other texts, and consider these ideas against China's broader history. We also address issues of a specifically textual nature, providing three versions of the Chinese text: a critical edition, the archaeologically recovered text from Yinqueshan, and the Song dynasty version of the received text found in the Shiyijia zhu Sunzi as edited by Guo Huaruo. Though we note important textual variants, we do not seek to include them all. That has been accomplished in part by Wu Jiulong ( Sunzi jiaoshi ) and in its totality by Huang Weibo ( Sunzi shisanpian jijiao bianzheng In nearly every instance our edition follows the Yinqueshan text, referred to in

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