December 12, 2016
The Art Of War & Other Classics Of Easter Philosophy showcases some of the most timeless and meaningful eastern philosophical classics to exist. The best part is that the book is as beautiful outside as the knowledge is endless in the inside.
With ivory white paper, and a solid binding and spine to boot, the Cantebury Classics offer a LOT of value in a leatherbound book. In fact, out of all the Cantebery Classics its hands down my favorite one – aesthetically pleasing and content-wise.
To get a broader perspective of what the book contains, the Table Of Content Follows:
The Art Of War [Without Commentary]
The Art Of War [With Commentary]
The Tao Te Ching
The Great Learning
The Doctrine Of The Mean
The Works Of Mencius
Having recently read the Tao Te Ching and Confucius’ Analects, it was a pleasant surprise to see them here again.
The gems of wisdom contained in those books is much to ruminate upon, so having those books, along with The Art Of War and others was just like having Christmas seven days in a row.
If you are interested in any of the above books and also plan to venture into the other books covered in the table of contents sometime, do yourself a favor and get this book. You will NOT regret it. It will also save you money when you add the prices of all six works. Even if purchased all used they will cost more than this one.
Having been given multiple copies of Art of War it still didn’t detract me from getting this one. Wouldn’t hesitate getting one again, and in fact am considering purchasing one for posterity’s sake since this one’s getting highlighted and written upon with notes to the hilt.
The smorgasbord of insights within the pages in this book is as lucid as it is prodigious.
And for the record, for those curious, the picture looks kind of flat on Amazon. In person, this cover is much more beautiful and vibrant.