This amazing hard cover book has two of the most profound works ever written, combined in one text.
The Art of War has had a deep influence on both Western and East Asian philosophy when it comes to matters regarding military strategy. It teaches strategies often focused on alternatives to battle, including the use of spies, building alliances with allies, using deceit, stratagem, and a willingness to temporarily submit to powerful foes. Besides military strategy, the tactics mentioned in the book have now found practical use in varied competitive fields, such as politics, business, and sports.
In the Tao Te Ching, we find meditations on the mysterious nature of the Tao, the Way, the Light, the very Source of all existence. In the teachings of Lao Tzu (meaning “the old master”), the Tao can be found in unexpected places – not in the strong, but in the weak; not in speech, but in silence; not in doing, but in “not-doing.”
The Tao Te Ching, compiled in China around 2,500 years ago, is beloved by seekers around the world.
Both works are worthy to be cherished as sources of inspiration, wisdom, and tactical strategies.
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