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如何避免愚蠢的观点

如何避免愚蠢的观点

作者:杨莉编译
出版社:中国书籍出版社出版时间:2008-01-01
开本: 32开 页数: 175
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如何避免愚蠢的观点 版权信息

  • ISBN:9787506816366
  • 条形码:9787506816366 ; 978-7-5068-1636-6
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如何避免愚蠢的观点 本书特色

精细分级:针对不同读者的英语水平,按词汇量分为八级
单词注释:为重点单词注音、释义,利于读者理解文义、积累词汇
句子标识:将优美的句子突出显示,便于读者重点背诵
留白默写:留有相应的空白.供读者自我检测学习效果
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如何避免愚蠢的观点 节选

前言
    阅读与背诵是中国人学习英语的传统方法,也是*
有效的学习方法。语言大师林语堂说过“学习英语的
唯一正轨,不出仿效与热诵”。学习英语、提高英语水
平阅读背诵是基础、是不可或缺的。作为中国书籍出版
社“彻悟英语系列”重要组成部分的“英语阅读背诵
工程”就是从这个角度策划推出的。
    我们邀请多所大学外语系教授讨论、编辑而成了这
套适合初级水平到高级水平的“英语阅读背诵工程”
丛书。本套丛书按照词汇量的多少分成了八个等级,采
用中英对照的形式。每篇文章都是由北京大学、人民大
学、中国社会科学院、北京外交学院等院校的外语系老
师精心挑选和翻译的,其中有有趣的小故事、经典名著
选段、优美的诗歌、科普短文,以及很多能启迪人生、
激励人生的优秀篇章。我们对这些文章中的生词、难词
做了注解,对重点的句子做了标记。每本书中的文章都
是根据学习规律、背诵规律由易到难、由短到长来编排
的,并配有用地道美语朗读的MP3光盘,可以边听边
跟读、边听边学习。
 反复阅读、反复跟听、反复背诵培养你的英语语
感,提高你的英语听力,让你在不知不觉中突破英语学
习的难关。这就是学习英语的不二法门,彻悟英语的畅
通路径。

The World as I See It
     How strange is the lot of us mortals! Each of us is here
for a brief sojourn; for what purpose be known not, though
he sometimes thinks he senses it.  But without deeper
reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other
people--first of all for those upon whose smiles and well-
being our own happiness is wholly dependent, and then for
the many, unknown to us, to whose destinies we are bound
by the ties of sympathy.  A hundred times every day I
remind myself that my inner and outer life 'are based on the
labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert
myself in order to give in the same measure as I have
received and am still receiving.  I am strongly drawn to a
fi-ugal life and am often oppressively aware that I am
engrossing an undue amount of the labor of my fellow-men.
 I regard class distinctions as unjustified and, in the last
resort, based on force.  I also believe that a simple and
unassuming life is good for everybody,  physically and
mentally.
     I do not at all believe in human freedom in the
philosophical sense. Everybody acts not only under
external compulsion but also in accordance with inner
necessity.  Schopenhauer's saying, "A man can do
what he wants, but not want what he wants," has been
a very real inspiration to me since my youth; it has been a
continual consolation in the face of life's hardships, my own
and others', and an unfailing well-spring of tolerance. This
realization mercififily mitigates the easily paralyzing sense of
responsibility and prevents us from taking ourselves and other
people all too seriously; it is conducive to a view of life
which, in particular, gives humor its due.
      To inquire after the meaning or object of one's own
existence or that of all creatures has always seemed to me
absurd from an objective point of view. And yet everybody
has certain ideals which determine the direction of his
endeavors and his judgments.  In this sense I have never
looked upon ease and happiness as ends in themselves--this
ethical basis I call the ideal of a pigsty. The ideals which
have lighted my way, and time after time have given
 me new courage to face life cheerfully, have been
Kindness, Beauty, and Truth.  Without the sense of
kinship with men of like mind, without the occupation with
the objective world, the eternally unattainable in the field of
art and scientific endeavors, life would have seemed to me
empty.  The trite objects of human efforts--possessions,
outward  success,  luxury--have  always  seemed  to  me
contemptible.



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