By Derek C. Yuen
As the People's Republic's likely inexorable upward push to fiscal and army strength maintains, by no means has the necessity for a greater snatch of chinese language strategic inspiration by way of the West been extra acute. In decoding solar Tzu, Derek Yuen seeks to reclaim for the reader the hidden contours and misplaced chinese language and Taoist contexts of sunlight Tzu's popular treatise The artwork of battle, a literary vintage and arguably probably the most influential books ever written. He additionally explains its old, philosophical, strategic, and cross-cultural significance.
His finished research of sunlight Tzu, in response to a detailed examining of the chinese language resources, additionally reconstructs the philosophy, Taoist method and worldview that successfully shape the cornerstones of chinese language strategic considering, that are arguably as suitable this present day as at any second in history.
Yuen's leading edge interpreting and research of sunlight Tzu inside of and from a chinese language context is a brand new method of coming near near the strategic master's major innovations, which he compares with these of Clausewitz, Liddell-Hart and different Western strategists.
Deciphering solar Tzu deals illuminating research and contextualization of The artwork of battle in a fashion that has lengthy been sought through Western readers and opens new technique of attending to grips with chinese language strategic thought.
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Extra resources for Deciphering Sun Tzu: How to Read The Art of War
But this is highly unlikely given the clear congruity between Sun Tzu and the Four Schools. â•… On balance it is likely that the first edition of The Art of War influenced the Four Schools. While there is no clear evidence that Cao Cao (曹操 AD 155–220)—the first commentator on The Art of War and a renowned strategist—reedited The Art of War on the basis of the Four Schools, it also seems likely that the Four Schools will have exerted at least some influence over the subsequent editing of The Art of War into its current edition.
Tai Gong was the first ruler of Qi and he also exerted a significant influence over ancient China’s military and strategic thought. 6 This is confirmed in The Record of the Grand Historian (Shi Ji/Shih Chi 史記), which details Tai Gong’s role in formulating and implementing political, military, and diplomatic strategy in Zhou (周 1046–256 BC, the state which Tai Gong served). 1600–1045 BC), which served as a model that was subsequently emulated by later Chinese strategists. Hence it has been said that Chinese military strategy and stratagem originated from Tai Gong.
5 As a result, there is a clear need to re-examine the influences behind The Art of War: while the influence of Lao Tzu (the person) cannot be excluded, it is highly likely that Sun Tzu was also influenced by factors other than Lao Tzu’s thought. â•… The purpose of this chapter is to identify the military, strategic, diplomatic and cultural origins of The Art of War, as well as the zeitgeist in which Sun Tzu formed his ideas. It provides a detailed historical analysis that helps trace the roots of Sun Tzu’s thought while presenting this history in relation to the concepts of Sun Tzu in a way that a Western audience will be able to understand.
Deciphering Sun Tzu: How to Read The Art of War by Derek C. Yuen