字母党对《Ludwig Wittgenstein》的笔记(6)

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Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • 书名: Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • 作者: Ray Monk
  • 副标题: The Duty of Genius
  • 页数: 672
  • 出版社: Penguin Books
  • 出版年: 1991-11-1
  • 第17页
    Why should one tell the truth if it's to one's advantage to tell a lie?
    2013-03-12 22:17:43 回应
  • 第28页
    Fundamentally, the question was not whether one should, on all occasions, tell the truth, but rather whether one had an overriding obligation to be true - whether, despite the pressures to do otherwise, one should insist on being oneself.
    2013-03-18 05:58:16 回应
  • 第31页
    Just improve yourself, that is all you can do to improve the world.
    2013-03-18 06:16:40 回应
  • 第32页
    The question he had asked himself at the age of eight was answered by a kind of Kantian categorical imperative: one should be truthful, and that is that; the question 'Why?' is inappropriate and cannot be answered. Rather, all other questions must be asked and answered within this fixed point - the inviolable duty to be true to oneself.
    why?
    2013-03-18 06:16:29 回应
  • 第36页
    Weininger:
    ‘the male lives consciously, the female lives unconsciously’......Ethically, women are a lost cause.
    去你妹
    2013-03-19 01:32:53 回应
  • 第38页
    The love of a woman, though it can arouse in a man some hint of his higher nature, is, in the end, doomed either to unhappiness (if the truth about the woman's unworthiness is discovered) or to immorality (if the lie about her perfection is kept up).
    This applies to the love of a man as well.
    2013-03-20 18:52:42 回应