Mankind has been at war with one from the very beginning, but as we become more civilized we have learned that peace is far more desirable. War begets war. The injured always retaliate, if they are capable. If rendered incapable, the victor is sure to attack another target, putting to use what it has learned by its previous gains. The vicious pattern continues, or will continue, until we find a way to satisfy ourselves without the “benefit” of drenching our hands in blood. This book, by one of the world’s most legendary philosophers, offers answers to the age-old problem of violence and warfare. Paperback, ISBN 9781585093199, 5.5 x 8.5, 80 pp.