The 48 laws of power - part three - laws 25 to 36 (Brain Circle)
‘The 48 Laws of Power’ by Robert Greene
The use – and abuse – of power is a critical part of the human experience. If you don’t understand how to accumulate and wield power responsibly, you’ll forever be at the mercy of other people’s plans for you.
The 48 Laws of Power is part history, part primer: it tells the stories of leaders past and present who have accumulated, wielded, and been affected by power - to their benefit and often their detriment.
The 48 Laws of Power is a disconcerting read - that’s the point. Greene’s treatment of power is completely amoral: it treats the Accumulation and use of power as an end in and of itself, making no judgements on good and evil.
The book assumes you’re interested in increasing your control and influence by any means necessary, and like a modern Machiavelli, shows you how to go about doing just that.
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