战争论
On War

  • 作   者:

    克劳塞维茨
    Carl Von Clausewitz

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    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

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《战争论》运用德国古典哲学的辩证法考察战争问题,书中提出了著名的“战争是政治的继续”观点,以及进攻是最好的防御等西方军事理论的基本思想。

On War is one of the most important treatises on political-military analysis and strategy ever written, and it contains most of his larger historical and theoretical writings and represents his theoretical explorations.

《战争论》是克劳塞维茨在总结以往战争特别是拿破仑战争的基础上写成的军事理论著作。全书共3卷8篇124章,约70余万字,被认为是军人必读的战略学圣经。

On War is a book on war and military strategy by Prussian general Carl von Clausewitz, written mostly after the Napoleonic wars.

卡尔·凡·克劳塞维茨,德国军事理论家和军事历史学家,普鲁士军队少将。1792年,参加了普鲁士军队。1795年晋升为军官,并自修了战略学、战术学和军事历史学,著有《战争论》一书。

Carl von Clausewitz (1780-1831) was a Prussian general and military theorist. He stressed the "moral" (meaning, in modern terms, psychological) and political aspects of war. Clausewitz had many aphorisms, of which the most famous is "War is the continuation of politics by other means."

5.—Utmost exertion of powers

If we desire to defeat the enemy, we must proportion our efforts to his powers of resistance. This is expressed by the product of two factors which cannot be separated, namely, the sum of available means and the strength of the will. The sum of the available means may be estimated in a measure, as it depends (although not entirely) upon numbers; but the strength of volition, is more difficult to determine, and can only be estimated to a certain extent by the strength of the motives. Granted we have obtained in this way an approximation to the strength of the power to be contended with, we can then take a review of our own means, and either increase them so as to obtain a preponderance, or in case we have not the resources to effect this, then do our best by increasing our means as far as possible. But the adversary does the same; therefore there is a new mutual enhancement, which in pure conception, must create a fresh effort towards an extreme. This is the third case of reciprocal action, and a third extreme with which we meet (third reciprocal action).

  • NOTICE BY THE AUTHOR
  • THE INTRODUCTION OF THE AUTHOR
  • BOOK I—ON THE NATURE OF WAR
  • BOOK II—ON THE THEORY OF WAR
  • BOOK III—OF STRATEGY IN GENERAL
  • BOOK IV—THE COMBAT
  • BOOK V—MILITARY FORCES
  • BOOK VI—DEFENCE
  • BOOK VII—THE ATTACK
  • Book VIII—PLAN OF WAR
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