By Lorraine Kennedy, Michele Johnson
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One may cast one’s gold and treasure behind oneself, sure in the knowledge that the enemy will slow down to gather this bounty, while one’s army may have time to escape, and put ground between oneself and the enemy. . [p. 133] A captain general ought never to take the risk of battle, unless he sees an advantage, or he is constrained into making such a decision. The advantage arises from his enemy’s weariness, poor configuration in battles, or from being superior in numbers to the enemy, or from having better soldiers.
120f below). While he and the other authors who broached the subject assumed that alliances were something mainly for wartime, they all knew of more durable alliances in which one State was the long-term protector of another, weaker State, which might even be a client State. The concept of an alliance in peacetime, sometimes claimed to have originated with NATO, was thus known in this period. Moreover, Guibert, and after him, Immanuel Kant, conceived of a convergence of interest in peace, trade, and shared prosperity among nations that would assure peace among them quite naturally—if they were not ruled by selfish princes.
It is also necessary to take the risk of battle when an army is at immediate danger of famine, or if the enemy is looking for new supplies quickly. In such a case a general ought to give battle, although advantage is not on his side, for it is better to see if fortune favours such a thing than not to try, and to suffer ruin as a result. A lieutenant general deserves as great a setback when he falls into such circumstances, as if he had a good opportunity to vanquish his enemies, and had not known it through his ignorance, or had lost it through his laziness.
Building A Stellar Business: A Structured Guide to Financial Success by Lorraine Kennedy, Michele Johnson