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Memancing Harimau Turun Gunung: 36 Strategi Perang Cina Kuno

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Judul asli : Lure the tiger out of the mountains
Mengungkapkan sekaligus menafsirkan beberapa rahasia dari timur - 36 Strategi Perang Cina Kuno - bagi kalangan bisnis serta pembaca pada umumnya.
Paperback, 215 pages
Published by Grafiti (first published 1991)
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Nanny SA
Oct 10, 2010 rated it liked it
Kisah klasik tentang kebijakan Cina kuno telah banyak didengar orang walaupun belum banyak yang memahaminya. Buku ini mengungkapkan dan menafsirkan tentang -36 Strategi Perang Cina Kuno- yang dapat bermanfaat memahami dinamika perang politik, sejarah,bisnis, dan hubungan manusiawi dalam kehidupan sehari-hari.
Dalil utama dari raja-raja perang Cina : Bila kekuatan senjata tidak dapat menyelesaikan masalah, akal buluslah yang akan menyelesaikannya, sementara itu perpaduan keduanya memberikan hasil
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Nicholas
The West, and in particular, the United States, goes through periods of fascination and sometimes, fear, of all things Eastern. The fascination is well deserved, considering the rich and varied philosophical and cultural past of many Eastern cultures (I use Eastern in the loosest sense, that is, to mean non-European, and mostly Southeast and Central East Asian nations), more then beneficial. The 1980s was another one of these cycles of interest in the East, mostly represented in the rising econo ...more
David
Jul 04, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The 36 stratagems is an old chinese book on how to lead a fight and take the best decisions based on your present situation inside a conflict. Just like the Art of War or the Machiavel's Prince, I enjoy this kind of reading but might not be enough of a political person to be able to apply these strategies in real life, whereas I am sure some people would excel at it (some books based on this one have been written with its theories applied to go or other strategy games, or to business situations ...more
Anthony Tenaglier
Mar 27, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I always enjoy analogies as a way to drive meaning towards a point. great little book that does just that with ancient Chinese wisdom for stress and challenges in modern life.
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