The 48 Laws of Power
This amoral, cunning, ruthless, and instructive book synthesizes the philosophies of Machiavelli, Sun Tzu, and Carl Von Clausewitz with the historical legacies of statesmen, warriors, seducers, and con men throughout the ages....
May 06, 2003Warning: some think this book is pure evil. But power exists, so it can only help to understand it better, even if you choose not to wield it. – source
Dec 13, 2016@lainface @Quora love the book. Also, "48 Laws of Power" by Robert is one of the best books interweaving history with real-life lessons. – source
Jan 06, 2020No book can harden you, it's a personal decision. But the two books by Robert Greene named: 48 Laws of power, Art of Seduction and the best of all 'Superlative Persuasion' will do u a lot of good. Human are complicated and its best to understand why they act the way they do – source
I cannot express how immensely valuable this book is, when absorbed into an open mind. – source
I think that this book is a great tool to get into the hands of women and get that positive thinking going. – source
Dec 06, 2020@livingrightco @mkobach If you do that you ultimately become one of the transgressions examples. Re-read the book :) – source