The Art of War


Read by Moira Fogarty

(4.5 stars; 6466 reviews)

"The Art of War is a Chinese military treatise written during the 6th century BC by Sun Tzu. Composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare, it has long been praised as the definitive work on military strategies and tactics of its time. The Art of War is one of the oldest and most famous studies of strategy and has had a huge influence on both military planning and beyond. The Art of War has also been applied, with much success, to business and managerial strategies." (summary from Wikipedia)

(1 hr 12 min)

Chapters

01 - Laying Plans / 02 - Waging War 8:26 Read by Moira Fogarty
03 - Attack By Stratagem / 04 - Tactical Dispositions 7:45 Read by Moira Fogarty
05 - Energy / 06 - Weak Points and Strong 10:36 Read by Moira Fogarty
07 - Maneuvering / 08 - Variation in Tactics 8:50 Read by Moira Fogarty
09 - The Army on the March / 10 - Terrain 14:42 Read by Moira Fogarty
11 - The Nine Situations 12:56 Read by Moira Fogarty
12 - The Attack By Fire / 13 - The Use of Spies 8:59 Read by Moira Fogarty

Reviews

Nice Reading.

(4 stars)

The text is beautifully read, though you can slow down a bit. All these texts had an inner meaning but the speed of reading doesn't leave much time for the reader to ponder upon.

very much appreciated this classic of ancient China even now.

(4 stars)

Great classic, great reading!

(5 stars)

Moira's reading is outstanding, and it's definitely a classic worth studying.

very good. i hope it can attach with ebook

(4 stars)

El arte de la guerra

(3 stars)

Aún no me acostumbro a los audiolibros. Lo califico con 3 estrellas porque quien está leyendo no me atrajo con la poca modulación de su voz

A Guide to Life

(5 stars)

Sun Tzu imparts his knowledge o warfare, but in reality he gives us a How To guide to for life.

Great book, great pace

(5 stars)

I'd been putting off reading this for ages. I'm glad I found this. It was well read and the pace is very good. After listening to it, I realise that the ideas expressed in it have been used in a large variety of different contexts. I'm looking forward to applying them myself. Now I just have to grab a notebook as I play it back again.

(4 stars)

a well-written well-spoken common sense historical work of nonfiction course it's well-known most of the information is common sense but put in a very understandable and relatable way to an extent some of it is nonsense in today's day and age but the moral of that section on Sunset are still rooted in a tradition that still holds some relevance. xtasy.Org