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|13(1959). 4 It is the awareness of unfulfilled desires which gives a nation (he |
feeling that it has a mission and a destiny. ... 24(1955). 5 I feel as if I were a piece
in a game of chess, when my opponent says of it: That piece cannot be moved.
|In Kierkegaard's: “I feel as if I were a piece in a game of chess, when my |
opponent says of it: 'That piece cannot be moved.'” In Kierkegaard's: “I have
never at any moment of my life been deserted by the faith that one can do what
one will—only ...
|Kierkegaard, Soren I feel as if I were a piece in a game of chess, when my |
opponent says of it: That piece cannot be moved. - Kierkegaard, Soren Not just in
commerce but in the world of ideas too our age is putting on a veritable clearance
|In Either/Or, using the voices of two characters - the aesthetic young man of part one, called simply 'A', and the ethical Judge Vilhelm of the second section - Kierkegaard reflects upon the search for a meaningful existence, contemplating ...|
|I judge the position again and again before every move, changing my strategy in |
reply to my opponent's moves, if necessary. ... Probably if I were to play more
safely I would make more points in every tournament but then, where is the joy in
that? ... 18) “I cannot say what feeling an artist experiences in front of an empty
canvas but whenever I have to start a game I ... I am tormented, given no rest and
am cut to pieces by that eternal sword of Damocles known to generations of
|with chess. I'd just reminded Wolf—and myself—that I continued to think about |
Tatiana constantly. Wolf moved a chess piece. ... through his eyebrows and
shook his head slightly. knowing, no doubt, the unhappy thoughts that were
going through my mind. ... I could not work out why Wolf, who knew so much,
refused to help me. ... “I am sorry,” he said, not looking up from the game, his
detachment undisturbed. ... If you would be so He nodded for his opponent to set
up the pieces again.
|Premise 3: Anyone who has a sensation knows she has it because she feels it; |
sensations cannot be known in any other way. ... If we want to know about how 'to
know' may be applied correctly, Wittgenstein's advice is clear: 'don't think, but
look! ... a chess piece across the board to knock the opponent's king over but this
is not counted as a move within the game. ... I might argue that it is true by saying,
'no one can experience my pain; no one can feel this' and banging on my chest.