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Dostoevsky (12) 更多

  • 第932页 Death and Transfiguration
    To the female students, he declared: “Just as the highest worldly power somehow or other becomes concentrated in one person, who represents a state, similarly the highest spiritual power in each e...
  • 第596页 The Pamphlet and the Poem
    After enlarging on the enormity of the insult dealt both him and Anna, he exclaims defiantly: “And after that they demand artistry from me, pure poetry without strain, without tension, and refer t...
  • 第599页 The Pamphlet and The Poem
    He also confesses how painfully he suffers from a sense of inferiority to his two great rivals, Turgenev and Tolstoy, and his hope of enhancing his status by the exalted thematic heights he would b...
  • 第368页 Time: The Final Months
    These "non-Dostoevskian" qualities of House of the Dead, as it were, are one reason why a number of his great contemporaries preferred his prison memoirs to all those other works to which we now as...
  • 第336页 The Era of Proclamations
    every liberal measure aroused a movement in society that used such a measure for its own ends, which were not liberal at all but entirely radical.
  • 第290页 Into the Fray
    Grigoryev also shared with Dostoevsky a view of art a s a means of metaphysical cognition - the chosen vehicle by which the secrets of the Absolute reveal themselves in time and history. Both men d...
  • 第203页 "Monsters in Their Misery"
    God save us from seeing a Russian revolt, senseless and merciless. Those who plot impossible upheavals among us are either young and do not know our people, or are hardhearted men who do not care a...
  • 第201页 "Monsters in Their Misery"
    Indeed, he came to consider, as the most agonizing of all the torments of camp life, this awareness of being eternally ringed by enemies, eternally alienated from the vast majority by a wall of ani...
  • 第173页 The Peter-and-Paul Fortress
    His replies to all such questions were evasive or consisted of elaborate circumlocutions intended to confuse the issue entirely. No wonder General Rostovtsev commented that, as a witness, Dostoevsk...
  • 第165页 The Peter-and-Paul Fortress
    For he recalled the commandant of the fortress, General I. A. Nabokov (the great-great-uncle of the author of Lolita)... 第一次被关押时看守陀斯妥耶夫斯基的是纳博科夫的曾曾祖父……
  • 第32页 The Religious and Cultural Background
    Dostoevsky thus first came across these two ideas, both defying a strictly rational that moral consciousness (conscience) is an ineradicable part of explanation world order human nature, and that i...
  • 第21页 The Family
    And one can locate the emotive roots of his Christian ideal in the evident desire of the young Dostoevsky to resolve this ambivalence by an act of self-transcendence, a sacrifice of the ego through...

尼采 (6) 更多

  • 道德及其不满
    同时,更令人印象深刻的是,安斯康姆在写作时明显不知道尼采的论点。作为一个传统的罗马天主教徒,她写道:责任和义务的观念——也即道德责任和道德义务,某物从道德上讲正确或错误的观念,以及道德意义上的“应...
  • 尼采与生命保险
    任何人若把人类的历史当成自己的历史加以感受,就会普遍体悟到各色人物的忧伤:顾虑自身健康的病人,回忆青春之梦的老者,失去恋人的情郎,理想正在消逝的殉道者……然而,如果一个人承受了,如果一个人*能够*承... (2回应)
  • 道德及其不满
    基督教试图通过制定一个神圣的计划来弥补历史的伤痛,它赋予里是一种现时现世的理性,然后用来世加以补偿,然而重视人性的自由主义无法赞同此种解释。根本就没有什么解释,只有严酷的事实。然而,这个我们必须面...
  • 用锤子进行哲学思考
    他的信仰 — —我们居然发现尼采会从积极的角度谈论信仰 — —就在于 ,做一个无须以否定为起始的人是可能的 。但他注定成不了这样的人 ,他的辩证之术使用得越多 ,纵然机巧熟练 、精彩迭出 ,他离那个理想就越...
  • 预言
    尼采的问题在于 ,他坚决反对体系和体系的确立者 ,就如同他的许多言论所显示的那样 。然而 ,我们尚不清楚 ,如果要传播一系列新的价值 ,他该如何避免体系 。这一两难困境使得尼采对两个世界都持有悲观的看法 ...
  • 占据制高点
    《查拉 》是尼采在遭受了人生中最具毁灭性的一次打击之后写作的 :他通过朋友保罗 ·雷 向露 ·莎乐美求婚 ,但遭到拒绝 ,结果发现他们两人相互之间比两人与他之间的关系更加亲密 。露是一位天资聪颖的女子 ,后...

Quantum Computing since Democritus (2)

  • 第357页 Ask Me Anything
    Student: What do you think the chances are that three Indian mathematicians will come up with an elementary proof? Scott: I think it's gonna take at least four Indian mathematicians! We know today ...
  • 第200页 How big are quantum states?
    Now, my point of view is a bit different: computer science is what medites between the physical world and the Platonic world. With that in mind, "computer science" is a bit of a misnomer; maybe it ...

The Waste Land and Other Poems (2)

  • 第89页
    Or puoi quantitante...come cosa salda: The quotation is from Dante's Purgatorio: 'Now you can understand the quantity of love that warms me toward you, so that I forget our vanity, and treat the sh...
  • 第11页 The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
    I should have been a pair of ragged claws / Scuttling across the floors of silent seas. 不知为何,觉得这两句诗很有画面感,被打动了
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