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Old 07-28-2006, 11:02 AM   #351
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

When employing the military in battle,
a victory that is long in coming will blunt
their weapons and dampen their ardor.
If you attack cities, their strength will be
exhausted. If you expose the army to a
prolonged campaign, the state's resources
will be inadequate.

Chapter 2: "On Waging Battle"
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Old 07-28-2006, 11:06 AM   #352
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

The highest realization of warfare is to
attack the enemy's plans; next is to attack
their alliances; next to attack their army;
and the lowest is to attack their
fortified cities.

Chapter 3: "Planning the Attack"
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Old 07-31-2006, 11:10 AM   #353
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If you treat them well,
you will get their utmost power.

Chapter 10, "The Terrain"
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Old 08-01-2006, 11:25 AM   #354
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

One who frequently grants rewards
is in deep distress.

Chapter 9: "Maneuvering Armies"
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Old 08-07-2006, 01:17 PM   #355
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

There are five kinds of spies that can be employed: local
spies; inside agents; double agents; expendable spies (our
own agents who obtain false information we have
deliberately leaked to them and who pass it on to the
enemy); and non-expendable spies (those who return
from the enemy camp to report). When the five kinds of
spies are all active, and no one knows their methods of
operation, this is called the imperceptible web, and is
the ruler's treasure.

Chapter 12, "The Incendiary Attack"
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Old 08-18-2006, 09:14 PM   #356
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If you can go forth but the return is difficult,
the terrain is termed "suspended." In a suspended
configuration, if the enemy is unprepared, go
forth and conquer them. If the enemy is prepared
and you advance without being victorious,
it will be difficult to turn back and the terrain
is not advantageous.

Chapter 10, "The Terrain"
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Old 08-18-2006, 09:29 PM   #357
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Obtaining one hundred victories in one hundred battles
is not the pinnacle of excellence.
Subjugating the enemy's army without fighting
is the true pinnacle of excellence.

Chapter 3: "Planning the Attack"
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Old 08-22-2006, 12:00 PM   #358
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Commanders who are expert at employing
the military are like the "sudden striker."
The sudden striker is a snake indigenous to
Mount Heng. If you strike its head, its tail
comes to its aid; if you strike its tail, its head
comes to its aid; if you strike its middle,
both head and tail come to its aid.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Old 08-22-2006, 12:14 PM   #359
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

One who is at first excessively brutal and then
fears the masses is the pinnacle of stupidity.

Chapter 9: "Maneuvering Armies"
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Old 08-24-2006, 11:49 AM   #360
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

There are five kinds of incendiary attack:
setting fire to personnel; to stores; to
transport vehicles and equipment;
to munitions; and to supply installations.

Chapter 12, "The Incendiary Attack"
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:23 PM   #361
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

You must quickly get away from deadly
configurations of terrain such as precipitous
gorges with mountain torrents. Do not
approach them. When you keep them at a
distance, the enemy is forced to approach
them. Then when you face them, the enemy is
compelled to have them at their rear.

Chapter 9: "Maneuvering Armies"
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Old 09-15-2006, 11:34 AM   #362
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

One whose troops repeatedly congregate in
small groups here and there, whispering
together, has lost the masses.

Chapter 9: "Maneuvering Armies"
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Old 09-19-2006, 12:55 PM   #363
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Warfare is the way of deception. Thus,
although you are capable, display incapability.
When you are committed to employing your
forces, feign inactivity. When your objective
is nearby, make it appear as if distant; when
far away, create the illusion of being nearby.

Chapter 1 "On Assessments"
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Old 09-20-2006, 11:32 AM   #364
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

One whose troops half advance and
half retreat is enticing you.

Chapter 9: "Maneuvering Armies"
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Old 09-25-2006, 11:10 AM   #365
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

When an army has penetrated deep into enemy
territory, and has many of the enemy's walled
cities and towns at its back, it is on critical
terrain; plunder the enemy's resources.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Old 10-10-2006, 12:00 PM   #366
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Implementing an incendiary attack depends
on the proper conditions. Equipment for
incendiary attack should be fully prepared
before required. Launching an incendiary
attack has its appropriate seasons, igniting
the fire on the proper days. As for the
seasons, it is the time of the dry spell.

Chapter 12, "The Incendiary Attack"
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Old 10-13-2006, 11:48 AM   #367
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If you have the advantage, move into action;
if you do not, remain in place.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Old 10-18-2006, 11:48 AM   #368
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

In incendiary warfare if fires are started
within the enemy camp, you should immediately
respond with an attack from the outside.

Chapter 12, "The Incendiary Attack"
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Old 10-23-2006, 01:20 PM   #369
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Unless someone has the wisdom of a sage,
he cannot use spies; unless he is benevolent
and righteous, he cannot employ spies; unless
he is subtle and astute, he cannot perceive
the substance in intelligence reports.
It is subtle, subtle!

Chapter 13: "On the Use of Spies"
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Old 10-24-2006, 11:57 AM   #370
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

In general, the Tao of an invader is that
when one has penetrated deeply into enemy
territory, the army will be unified, and the
defenders will not be able to conquer you.
But where troops have penetrated shallowly,
they will be inclined to scatter.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Old 10-27-2006, 11:32 AM   #371
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

In a constricted terrain configuration,
if you occupy them first, fully deploy
throughout in order to await the enemy.
If the enemy occupies them first and fully
deploys in them, do not follow them in.
If they do not fully deploy in them,
then follow them in.

Chapter 10, "The Terrain"
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:30 AM   #372
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Where one has penetrated only barely into
enemy territory, it is marginal terrain;
do not stay on marginal terrain.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Old 11-09-2006, 12:31 PM   #373
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Mountains and forests, passes and natural hazards,
wetlands and swamps, and any such roads
difficult to traverse constitute difficult terrain;
press ahead on difficult terrain.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If the enemy troops are aroused and approach
your forces, only to maintain their positions
without engaging in battle or breaking off
the confrontation, you must carefully
investigate the situation.

Chapter 9: "Maneuvering Armies"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Someone unfamiliar with the mountains and
forests, gorges and defiles, the shape of
marshes and wetlands cannot advance the
army. One who does not employ local guides
cannot gain advantages of terrain.

Chapter 7: "Armed Contest"
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Old 11-27-2006, 12:51 PM   #376
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

One who recognizes how to employ large
and small numbers will be victorious.

Chapter 3: "Planning the Attack"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Ground on which you will survive only if
you fight with all your might, but will perish
if you fail to do so, is terrain with no way out;
take the battle to the enemy.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

There are five dangerous character traits in
a General: one committed to dying can be
slain; one committed to living can be
captured; one easily angered can be insulted;
one obsessed with being scrupulous and
untainted can be shamed; and one who
loves the people can be troubled.

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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

The General is the supporting pillar of state.
If his talents are all-encompassing, the state
will invariably be strong. If the supporting
pillar is marked by fissures, the state
will invariably grow weak.

Chapter 3: "Planning the Attack"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Those who excel at defense bury themselves
away below the lowest depths of Earth. Those
who excel at offense move from above the
greatest heights of Heaven. Thus they are
able to preserve themselves and attain
complete victory.

Chapter 4: "Formation"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If someone is victorious in battle and
succeeds in attack but does not exploit the
achievement, it is disastrous, and his fate
should be termed "wasteful and tarrying."
Thus it is said the wise General ponders it,
the good General cultivates it.

Chapter 12, "The Incendiary Attack"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

One who excels in employing the military
does not conscript the people twice or
transport provisions a third time. If you obtain
your equipment from within the state and
reply on seizing provisions from the enemy,
then the army's foodstuffs will be sufficient.

Chapter 2: "On Waging Battle"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If orders are consistently implemented to
instruct the people, then the people will
submit. If not, the people will not submit.
One whose orders are consistently carried
out has established a mutual relationship
with the people.

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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

The pinnacle of military deployment should
appear formless. If it is formless, then even
the deepest spy cannot discern it or the
wise make plans against it.

Chapter 6: "Emptiness and Fullness"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If the enemy is in great numbers with strict
discipline in the ranks and is about to
advance on you, get ahead of him to seize
something he cannot afford to lose and
he will do your bidding.

Chapter 11: "The Nine Kinds of Terrain"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

The strategy for employing the military is:
Do not approach high mountains; do not confront those who
have hills behind them. Do not pursue feigned retreats.
Do not attack animated troops. Do not swallow an
army acting as bait. Do not obstruct an army
retreating homeward. If you besiege an army you must
leave an outlet. Do not press an exhausted invader.

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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

Whoever occupies the battleground first and
awaits the enemy will be at ease; whoever
occupies the battleground afterward and
must race to the conflict will be fatigued.
Thus one who excels at warfare compels men
and is not compelled by other men.

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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

When the General regards his troops as
young children, they will advance into the
deepest valleys with him. When he regards
the troops as his beloved children, they will
be willing to die with him.

Chapter 10, "The Terrain"
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Re: The Art of War by Sun-Tzu

If an enemy in close proximity remains quiet,
they are relying on their tactical occupation
of ravines. If while far off they challenge you
to battle, they want you to advance because
they occupy easy terrain to their advantage.

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