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The Art of Always Being Right by Arthur Schopenhauer
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Jun 17, 2010

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Read from May 01 to 10, 2010

I got this book as a recommendation from my boss, and I must say, it was a good recommendation.

There are 38 tactics, mixing how to do it and how to protect from it, to be used in an argumentation and that will certainly help to put you on the right spot to win over any discussion.

Some philosophy knowledge is required, at least to understand the basic idea of dialectics and the difference between terms like "subjective", "relative", "imperative", "objective", etc. This might seem straight forward, but I had to do some research before really understanding the book.

Also, make sure you got a paper and pencil next to you. This is not simply reading, this book is for studying.
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