Sun Tzu: On Teaching & The Soldiering Of Pupils

For anyone who has struggled teaching youth, take courage for Sun Tzu is your companion.

Chapter 10 titled ‘Terrain’ No. 26 reveals:  “If a commander is indulgent, and unable to make your authority felt; kind hearted, but unable to enforce your commands; incapable of quelling disorder; then your soldiers must be likened to spoiled children, they are useless for any practical purpose.”

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Systematic Theologian/International Relations
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