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Robert Green’s ‘The 48 Laws of Power’

When a book is translated into 24 different languages we can assume it is one sort of a good quality stuff. It carries more authority than another book with, for instance, a bold number # 1 bestseller sticker embossed on the cover. Back here, Robert Green (1959–) wrote The 48 Laws of Power in 1998. Some of the ‘laws’ might be impractical and absurd as those of the Prince of Niccolò Machiavelli.

However, we live in an unfair world of inequality and injustice that sometimes it makes more sense to be insensible than being sensible. More so, when we realise that we are already into a game called life and living, despite us not knowing what the rules are, or even when we are unsure if we want to be a part of it at all. Nevertheless, you can read about the details in the book but here’s the collection of the 48 ‘laws’ mentioned in the book. 

















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