How to Master the Art of War

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I do not intend to make a translation of the art of war to make it accessible to weak minded readers rather i provide a master's way of using it to its perfection.

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Submitted: October 11, 2017

Weak minded people should not use the art of war because they will end up destroying themselves in the process. What i aim to do her... Read Chapter


Submitted: October 11, 2017

This is the counterpart of the Art of War Chapter 4 Forms and Dispositions, as John Minford a translator of the AOW called it. In this version of mine i have made it the First Chapter since it is
the most important chapter of the Art of War.
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Submitted: October 12, 2017

This is the counterpart of John Minford's Art of War's translation of the Chapter 6 Empty and Full.
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True Eyes

Submitted: October 14, 2017

This is the second most important chapter in the art of war since this will cover the intelligence gathering part of a strategy. The eyes are the most important part of a soldier hence he must use
its full power by opening its true way of seeing, that i seek to discuss in this chapter. This is the counterpart of John Minford's Art of War Chapter 13 Espionage.
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Submitted: October 16, 2017

I've closely examined this chapter 2 of the AOW in various translations from their respective translators, i must admit that i find this chapter very true, since without any metaphorically money
involved there wont be any army. The AOW was written 500 BC ago, but it speaks of currency already. Meaning to say it gives evidence that currency, credits or simply money is implemented already
for a long, long periods of time even before Jesus Christ walked the earth as the bible says. Which i find fascinating in my study of strategy.
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Temple of the Mind

Submitted: October 21, 2017

Welcome to Chapter 3 of the Art of War, this is the counterpart of most translations that i have made simple, concise and ready to be understood and implemented quickly. Ok just a quickie
introduction, this chapter is what most call Chapter 3 Strategy of Attack but ill be calling it the Temple of the Mind since the greatest and hardest battle is fought in the mind. To put it very
very simply if Hitlers mind was attacked first before he even commanded his army to move offensively, countless lives could have been saved and spared however his mind was Untouchable so the
chaotic world war was not prevented by mind attack alone. This chapter is very easy to understand and im going to make it even more simple like what William Cohen author of the Ten Principles of
Strategy said, keep it simple!
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