Chapter one Introduction; The book is a comparison between Sin Tzu, Clausewitz and the Japanese martial Art of Budo. This work is intended to be theoretical
and not to be intended as a art of war. Everything is up to the interpretation of the Artist.
Chapter Two: The Clash of Wills because the protagonist antagonist relationship cannot be ignored.
Chapter Three: Fundementals because the use of tactics is what the student uses to achieve success.
Chapter four is dedicated to Position.
Chapter Five: The nature of Power Because Power is elusive when we can't get what we want
Chapter six: The Art Of The Advantage. Strategy is defined as the Principles of Relative Superiority and The Law of Causality.
Chapter Seven: The Art of The Defense
Chapter Eight The Counterattack
Chapter Nine The attack
Chapter ten Surprise.
Chapter 11, Friction
chapter 12 The culmination point
chapter 13 the role of leadership in strategy
chapter 14 the virtues of the leader