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Sun Tzu

Sun Tzu's 13 chapters are not only the staple and base of all military men's training, but also compel the most careful attention of scholars and men of letters. His sayings are terse yet elegant, simple yet profound, perspicuous and eminently practical. Such works as the Lun Yu, the I Ching and the great Commentary, as well as the writings of Mencius, Hsun K`uang and Yang Chu, all fall below the level of Sun Tzu. - Cheng Hou, Impartial Judgments in the Garden of Literature.