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Reiswitz turned to the sandbox to show the prince how one could best confront Napoleon’s many small—and thereby very mobile—troop units. The foot soldiers of the revolutionary armies, levied in mass conscription, might have initially been as poorly equipped as they were unpracticed in battle formations. But Napoleon’s infantry, which ultimately emerged from them, was—due to its light armaments and the mobility of its small units—one thing above all: far more incalculable than Prussia’s regular troop formations.

Reprinted with permission. Furttenbach ties the gaze of the potentate to a stage machinery that fragments the world theater into multiple stages. Play as a Bastion of Knowledge Whether Leibniz, with his curiosity about games and instruments, was also acquainted with Weickmann’s game is uncertain, but quite possible. Naturally, a copy of the book is available at the library in Wolfenbüttel where Leibniz was appointed librarian; after all, the book is dedicated to the 28 Chapter 2 founder of the library, Duke August.

They hold a letter, a book, or a marshal’s baton, but no weapons. 5 Title copperplate from Christoph Weickmann’s “King’s Game,” Ulm 1664. 6 Pol. 2°. Reprinted with permission. 24 Chapter 2 warriors line the edge of the scene. In the foreground, they slay evil creatures. Under the table on which the game sits, there are demons in chains. Weickmann poses the question of power in the face of the power that emanates from the weapons. ”45 Weickmann’s game delineates the modern state with its standing armies, its civil service and its monopoly on violence.

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