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To ask other readers questions about The Concise 48 Laws of Powerplease sign up. Should I read the concise copy or the original? Nidal Amr I just finish reading the original, worth the time. See 2 questions about The Concise 48 Laws of Power…. Lists with This Book. This book does not have to be construed as a means to cruel and heartless power any more than Sun Tzu’s The Art of War should be viewed as such.
Are some power tactics manipulative? Does getting to the top sometimes involve taking an opportunity away from someone else? Is power necessarily a bad thing? Though this is not necessarily the case. Greene outlines a number of the aspects of power, giving concrete and interesting examples from history. For those that say they This book does not have to be construed as a means to cruel and heartless power any more than Sun Tzu’s The Art of War should be viewed as such. For those that say they cannot stomach this book I say they have dich0tomous view of the world, for there is nothing on this earth that is purely good or purely evil.
Even the taking of a human life, murder, has circumstances under which it is not viewed as an evil act. Altruism is not always done with the intent of doing good selflessly; though it may sound like an oxymoron there is such a thing as selfish altruism. To read this book is to gain knowledge, specifically knowledge of power, and unless you intend to use that knowledge for evil reasons, it is nothing more than information as one can find in another book.
The information in that book involved power tactics and social manipulation to more an extent than does this book. Some power tactics that are employed or described herein may be viewed as immoral or unethical, but the author does not sanction nor encourage them. And they are not all unethical – this would mean every person that has gained power is in some way immoral, and while this may be true on many counts, I believe certainly there are many exceptions.
He simply has simply done his homework and can speak knowledgeably on the subject of power. Whether the reader intends to use this knowledge for good or bad is up to them. I might also add that, for one to have such a visceral, negative reaction to this book – perhaps there is something unacknowledged within yourself that caused such a reaction?
It is that which we do not acknowledge about ourselves that rules us all. View all 3 comments. Aug 26, Manal rated it liked it. Now here is the thing about this book; it’s mean, it’s ruthless but it’s all true. At the very first pages I was like ‘this writer right here teaches us to lie, and to manipulate people’.
Some skills are born with us, some are learned. The book usually uses the term Now here is the thing about this book; it’s mean, it’s ruthless but it’s all true.
The book usually uses the term “enemies”, which pooder you think that it’s written for war purposes. It’s a guide that can be used. However I don’t agree with all of it, but I found it very useful for success.
One more comment I have is that some of the laws actually contradict each other. Like it first tells you to ‘sit on the shoulders of the giants’, and then it says don’t complete what others has started because you’ll never be as good as them.
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Also, he tells you to court attention at all costs, then he tells you to use absence to increase respect and honor. All in all it was a good read and highly recommended, if not for practicing the laws then only for the sake of knowing them.
View all 4 comments. If you do not keep an open mind about the contents of this book, it will come across as selfish, brutal and downright ruthless. But all said and done it is very pragmatic a book. In here I found 48 ways of looking at what the author thought are principles that made and kept people in power.
The Concise 48 Laws of Power
Peel away the historic significances and the anecdotes and these are things you see around you: Robert Gr If you do not keep an open mind about the contents of this book, it will come across as selfish, brutal and downright ruthless. Robert Lejs seems to have relied upon varied sources and the reference that has gone into this book is quite huge. These footnotes are probably the highlights of this book for they offer what can rightly robetr called as food for thought. Never make the mistake of applying these directly in your sphere of influence for it’s a guarantee that you will get the boot in no time.
It is as devious as it comes and for sure you will note the subtlety with which people you see and know apply this in various spheres of life. All Robert Greene did was podef put them in words!!! This is the first time I’ve read the 48 Laws — in condensed form or otherwise. When the main book was on the bestseller list, I opened it up expecting a bunch of nice, typical self-help laws. What I got slapped in the face with was a harsh dose of reality. These laws are not “nice,” but they do guide you in how to really gain power in life.
I look forward to reading the larger work now. Jul 28, Hadir Elrefaee rated it did not like podfr. Mar 07, Brenis Cepin rated it it was amazing. Jun 07, Jom Samson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Some who have read this might say the author is ruthless, selfish, brutal and has no friends.
I beg to differ. He simply put into words what most of us fear or hate the most, the truth. He never sugarcoated anything, hence the harshness. I am not a sucker for anecdotes, but I like how he greeje his ideas with them. While most of them are easy to grasp, some takes a re-read or two to correlate with the law spoken of.
Again, it must have been the dyslexic in me. One, as brilli Some who have read this might say the author is ruthless, selfish, brutal and has no friends. One, as brilliant as he may be, he managed to somehow contradict himself several times. One law said you should be conspicuous, while you should fit in, in another. Two, Law 37 is farcical, it almost destroyed the book. If you have read a couple of pages once and did not like it, I suggest you open your mind a wee bit more and give it another chance.
Sep 15, Mardin Uzeri rated it it was amazing. Alright folks, here we go Firstly, obligatory shout-out to Fight Mediocrity for convincing me that this would be a worthy time investment. To put things straight, I am not much into self-help books.
However, this one packs a punch. It ain’t the conventional “be kind and people will love you” babble. As Fight Mediocrity claims, this is the essential counterpart to Carnegie’s book, yet to read that but I Alright folks, here we go Firstly, obligatory shout-out to Fight Mediocrity for convincing me that this would be a worthy robertt investment. As Fight Mediocrity claims, this is the essential counterpart to Carnegie’s book, yet to read that but I can well imagine that this claim is on point.
Greene puts forth his wisdom in 48 laws that can be studied and internalized independently. He utilitizes a trademark bold approach to highlight pertinent points.
The format is great. Each explanation is preceded and concluded by rich summaries that make the info stick. Every law is studded with interesting historical examples. I am certainly planning to read another one or two books by Robert Greene. Dec 11, Emir Duquela rated it it was amazing Shelves: Las 48 leyes del poder, son leyes fundamentales para el exito y no hay que obviarlas, hay que ponerlas en practica. Y si, algunas cosas son duras y criticables, pero esta en cada uno el aplicarlas o no, lo que yo siempre digo es que mas vale tener un arma y no usarla que tener que usarla y no tenerla.
Jul 14, Fatema Hussein rated it really liked it. Great book with all thoughts organized, easy to read and follow.
If read in a way to understand the people around you and the laws they follow in their reign then it will give you more authority and power to deal with them. But power is sometimes more situation-based on the moment you’re in.
We already know a lot of this informatio Great book with all thoughts organized, easy to read and follow. We already know a lot of this information but sometimes we need a reminder and a compass in the form of a book.