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Written over 2,500 years ago as a military treatise, Sun Tzu’s The Art of War is, on its surface, a collection of ancient war-time aphorisms. The genius of the book, however, and the reason it remains a perennial, worldwide bestseller, is that its wisdom transcends the battlefield and somehow feels immediately applicable to everyday life. It will take you less than two hours to read (or listen to) this book, but you’ll find yourself thinking about it for months and years to come.
Logan Smalley, TED-Ed Team
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