“The Art of War” by Sun Tzu – Item of the Day — 6 Comments

  1. the armies of sun tzu’s time were all roughly equal and achieving victory became a matter of superior maneuver.  the ideal maneuver he specified was to attack what the enemy must defend, and do so in such a way that you then restfully await his hurried arrival and hasty attack.

    so.  what must be defended?

  2. clearly the last chapter in the art of war is the last – on spies.  spies are how one knows what and where and when to attack or defend.

    so.  what roles do spies play in our present situation?

  3. You mentioned (Aug 31st Art of War podcast) posting a video on Indoor Vertical Gardening, but I have been unable to locate this in either your main site or the member’s site after considerable effort.  I have most of the items purchased, but do not know how to set it up, and really appreciate this information.  Thanks.

  4. I love it. I have had a copy of Art of War for 30 years or so, and the Illuminatus and Schrodinger’s Cat series (all separate, not combined) since the early 80’s. All books to teach you to see the world differently.