"To win without fighting is best," Sun Tzu said. For the Chinese philosopher/general war was synchronic with life. Tzu viewed the world as a network of combat zones where the stakes were high and struggle was the primary mode of being, where no one was to be trusted, and survival depended on nothing less than unconditional victory. Actors Ron Silver and B.D. Wong narrate this 2,500-year-old work of wisdom that continues to guide and inspire people of all cultures, teaching the principles of strategy required in everything from sports, to business, to affairs of the heart. Augmented by commentary and anecdotes, this audio edition maintains the pure, near-poetic tone of the original.
Cover Image: This Chinese bamboo copy of The Art of War known to have been either comissioned or transcribed in the 18th Century by the Qianlong Emporer is part of a collection at the University of California, Riverside.
"One of the great strategic books of all time....A fine new adaptation by Stefan Rudnicki." (Oliver Stone)
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The Art of War