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    Pros And Cons Of Sun Tzu

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    describe a brief background of a strategic thinker (Sun Tzu), main points of Sun Tzu, and pro and contra of Sun Tzu. These three sections are important because it will describe an information of Sun Tzu, which comprise the biographical history of him, his main thoughts in resolving conflicts, and outlining the pro and contra thoughts of other thinkers with Sun Tzu. The structure will be more on the narrative that describes the biography of Sun Tzu and his main points, the explanation of pro and contra

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    Sun Tzu Vs War

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    Sun Tzu: The General Who Stays True to His Word For a book to survive thousands of years there must be some significance to the text that holds true through the generations and reiterations. The Bible has survived through translations and rewritten copies over thousands of years because it holds a great importance to each generation, enough so that it continues to be a common household book. The Art of War is another, one older than the Bible, which has been passed on and translated through the generations

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    Sun Tzu : A Legacy Leader

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    Sun Tzu: A Legacy Leader It has been debated that the legendary Chinese tactician, Sun Tzu did not actually exist. Manuscripts partially preserved for over 2000 years are incomplete, and often contain discrepancies. Due to carbon dating, historians conjecture that Sun Tzu’s 13 Chapter text “The Art of War” is an encyclopedic compilation of early strategic techniques that have remained relevant regardless of time, population, or political and military strategy. Irrespective of Sun Tzu’s existence

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    Author Sun Tzu is credited with creating, The Art of War, which is an ancient novel that focuses around military tactics. Sun Tzu was apparently a military specialist that served King Ho-lu of Wu. There are many individuals that speculate that the writer Sun Tzu was just not one person, but generations of different military leaders. Therefore, The Art of War, is a compilation of different Chinese military specialist. However, whoever wrote it created one of the best novels that people could utilize

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    Sun Tzu know every humans is greedy when there is small advantages in front of them, this kind of nature makes them slack off their spirit or become less alert and lead them making the wrong decision. In the battle, before we lure the enemy to move with benefits, we need to know what exactly enemy desired in the battle, Thus, Sun Tzu said “Know yourself and your enemy well, you will never be defeated”. According to Sun Tzu, every war must be studies and examined thoroughly, because the impact of

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    Sun Tzu: The Art of War A leader has the responsibility to cast a vision. It takes a special kind of leader to implement the principle strategic concepts and maximize the tremendous potential of employees to fully exploit foreknowledge and deception. In this essay, this scholar will analyze the book titled The Art of War written by Matt Schlosberg (2010) about Sun Tzu Leadership. This scholar will elaborate on how discussion on this particular individual has adopted leadership as a vocation, qualities

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    Book Analysis: The Art of War by Sun Tzu Ancient Chinese scholar Sun Tzu wrote The Art of War more than 2000 years earlier, probably for kings, generals and solders of his time. However, this book is still relevant in this high-tech modern world. It has still a powerful energy to work as a useful guidance for modern times. The Art of War is actually about struggles and confrontation we all go through in our daily lives. We as all face same kinds of dilemmas in our hearts and minds when it comes

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    economics, and to defeat tyrannical leaders who have committed atrocities against mankind. Very few men have ventured to explain the philosophical side to what is considered commonplace in today’s militaries. The most important and influential include Sun Tzu and Carl von Clausewitz. Although the men share much in common, they utilize their varying methods to try and make sense of war. A commonality between both men includes that they both wrote very influential pieces on the idea of strategy and war tactics

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    Objective Analysis 69. Sun Tzu’s The Art of War (Sunzi bingfa) is a remarkably lucid, compact and sometimes enigmatic treatise. Although the main purpose was to be applied in war, its philosophies can be applied in any activity involved with conflicts or competition. Written in the sixth century BCE, it emphasises the role of military force in international relations: “Warfare is the greatest affair of the state, the basis of life and death, the Way (Tao) to survival or extinction. It must be thoroughly

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    The Art of War written about 2,500 years ago in China by Sun Tzu, an intelligent Chinese general and military strategist. The Art of War contain all of his advice on military tactics and war strategies. For example, his philosophy stated, “Now, when your weapons are dulled, your ardor dampened, your strength exhausted and your treasure spent, other chieftains will spring up to take advantage of your extremity. Then no man, however wise, will be able to avert the consequences that must ensue” (14)

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