Robert Greene , «The 33 Strategies Of War»
Robert Greene | ISBN-10: 0670034576 | 2006 | English | MP3 (192kb/s) | 827 MB
The 33 Strategies of War by Robert Greene is a "guide to the subtle social game of everyday life informed by the … military principles in war.". It consists of discussions and examples on offensive and defensive strategies from a wide variety of people and conditions such as Napoleon Bonaparte, Lawrence of Arabia, Alexander the Great, and the Tet Offensive.
The book is divided into five parts: Self-Directed Warfare, Organizational (Team) Warfare, Defensive Warfare, Offensive Warfare and Unconventional (Dirty) Warfare. Each part contains a differing number of strategies, each in a chapter. Each chapter has a similar layout. Descriptions of battles, political and business situations are accompanied by Greene's interpretation. There are occasional instructional sections followed by examples. All chapters end with a "Reversal" to give a brief discussion of where the strategy may not apply, a contrary view or defense.