Review of the Art of War by Sun Tzu (Book Review Sample)
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Review of the Art of War by Sun Tzu
The Art of War is a book written by Sun Tzu and has a total of 13 chapters. It has been described as a formal and systematically written discourse on the subject of Chinese military. It was written during the 6th Century BC. The book contains a lot of information which the military used and in addition to that, even businessmen gained a lot from it. It is actually still in use up to date. It has since been translated into many languages but was first translated into the French language in 1782. Each chapter of the book gives a detailed explanation of a particular feature of warfare.
The book considers lying of plans as the initial step that comes before waging war. Plans are very important because they act as guidelines to achieving any goals. After plans have been strategically laid, then waging of war of war against the enemy follows. Tactical disposition is another important measure in form of war (Sun 72). The Art of war considers energy as a very important tool in winning and this is efficiently achieved by maximizing on the strong points. Winning is achieved by focusing on the weak points of the enemy as well.
War has a variety of tactical variations that should be intelligently applied. The book emphasizes on the need to engage a strong force and this is by ensuring that the military is strong. In this endeavor, the situational positioning becomes of great significance (Sun 52). This is where the army locates the best attack positions and the defending positions as we...
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