Sun Tzu Art of War for Maxis

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Appendix I
UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN

FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND FINANCE

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2009/2010

JAN 2010 TRIMESTER

UBMM1011 SUN ZI’S ART OF WAR & BUSINESS STRATEGIES

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Thus one who excels in warfare is able to make himself unconquerable, but cannot necessarily cause the enemy to be conquerable. The opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself, and if and only if we have the trained manpower to secure ourselves against defeated by enemy. Therefore, victory can be foresees without able being to do it. When we unable to defeat the enemy, then we have to mend our line of battle, plus defend the mother land from the attack of enemy. In contrary, we should be attacking instead of defending when we have the superabundance of strength. Those who excel at defense bury themselves away below the lowest depths of Earth. Those who excel at offence move from above the greatest heights of Heaven. Thus they are able to preserve themselves and attain complete victory. Furthermore, it is not an acme of excellence if you can foresee the victory, even though everybody was cheered for the victory. Lifting a hair in autumn is not an indication of great strength. To be able to see the sun and the moon is not indication of clear vision. To be able to hear the roar of the thunder is no indication of sharp hearing. The victories won by a master of war gain him neither reputation for wisdom nor merit for courage. For he wins his victories without erring. Without erring he establishes the certainty of his victory; he conquers an enemy already
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