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シドンの天蓋さん: 暗の穹窿
ハンドル名シドンの天蓋 さん
ブログタイトル暗の穹窿
ブログURLhttp://skydome-of-sidon.hatenablog.com/
サイト紹介文英語を足掛かりに多言語学習。機械翻訳の恩恵。
自由文むら気が生み出す文言。多言語学習を刺激するために。
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  • 杞憂か将又
  • I think I want to master English but it seems that perhaps I don't want to be a bilingual. This may sound queer. It is that I
    do want to smoothly read English texts but I don't so much want to speak English. It is probably that I don't want two
    or more languages for inner speech. It would be maybe that I just need the English language as a tool, just like a programming lan
    guage. Maybe what I fear [続きを読む]
  • 諸関係の集合的抽象
  • I imagine that if Alfred Rosenberg had lived until today, he must have marveled at Emmanuel Todd's work on relationships betw
    een family systems and socio-cultural bases of ideologies. My native language is Japanese, and here I study English, French, Hebre
    w, and today, Chinese. Each of those languages is probably linked to a different family system. Thus I may be able to take those a
    s examples of d [続きを読む]
  • 久しき心象
  • I have long felt that the English language is, when written, somewhat cold and inorganic. It's probably because Japanese is m
    y native language. Characters used in Japanese and English are very different. The alphabetic writing system somehow seemed, say,
    bony. Why? Is it because Britain is a northern island? Is it also relevant that English is a Germanic language? Is it from images
    of a far, north [続きを読む]
  • 感覚診断
  • When I read the 8th page of this comic, I thought, like he did, I should ask the body if it really needs eating something. As he s
    ays, voices of the body could be carelessly ignored. I have no habit of fasting, but to give a rest to the internal organs, taking
    some degree of fasting may be helpful.When I read the 8th page of this comic, I thought, like he did, I should ask the body if it
    really [続きを読む]
  • 自ら囚われて
  • What was it that I've got from a competitive mindset? Which was greater, gain or loss? A competitive mindset and a will to ac
    hievement are different things. I feel that a competitive mindset made me rather timid and inactive. Good and rational competition
    would be found in dialectical, creative processes. Bad conception of competition would be a race for superiority. It is what&apos
    ;s coupled with fear [続きを読む]
  • 明言不適
  • To have a friend can be a miracle of this world. Sometimes I find this or similar theme in comics, movies, etc. But maybe such a t
    heme must not be too explicit. It contains subtlety incompatible with explicitness. What's friendship? I suppose it's ha
    rmonious interaction of souls in some aspect, even if not permanent.To have a friend can be a miracle of this world. ??? (n
    és) n. m. a miracle.A [続きを読む]
  • 創造の業
  • I once read an anecdote that Edvard Munch, the renowned Norwegian painter, called his paintings his children. It seems to me that
    some illustrators are showing a clearly different kind of thought: they seem to think that their artworks are not some sort of liv
    ing things separate from them but part of themselves.I once read an anecdote that Edvard Munch, the renowned Norwegian painter, ca
    lled his [続きを読む]
  • 市民の軍営・女の戦死
  • I heard that France is going to reintroduce its conscription system. (I also heard that it was this January that Sweden did it pri
    or to France's.) Basically I detest any conscription system. It's a form of forced labor. Not only wasting time of many
    youth, but it may lead to death of them, physically or mentally. This is why I see it as regressive and deplorable. Then what kind
    of crisis or circum [続きを読む]
  • 赤禍の記憶
  • Claims for a law that enables separate surnames for a married couple are, for me, as shocking as those for a law that allows a soc
    iety to medically deprive their genetically "undesirable" people of the ability to have children, for example. Those two
    come from different ideological origins, but both share radicality. My concern is that behind the former there might be some hard
    -core leftists and M [続きを読む]
  • 経験的証明
  • At what rate can you find one whose taste in music is similar to yours? You can take music pieces randomly at, say, YouTube. Some
    of them are nice for your taste but others are not. Maybe just at the same ratio you could find people who share your liking of mu
    sic.At what rate can you find one whose taste in music is similar to yours? ????? (yakhól) v. can, to be able to.A quel
    rythme pouve [続きを読む]
  • 誰ぞ知る
  • I sometimes think about how many people really understand the concept of monads, which, dare I say, the genius of geniuses in the
    17th century, G. W. Leibniz formulated. I really wish to understand it, but still cannot. Over 300 years have passed since his dem
    ise. As to this metaphysical concept, by the way, Stephen Wolfram, famous for Mathematica, once told in an article of his blog tha
    t he did n [続きを読む]
  • 自然が至善?
  • What was God in which Hitler believed? The Logos that became nature, not a man? According to this book, it is reported that Hitler
    opined that God is the Logos that took on some particular material form, thus gave order to the world, and ever drives the world.
    But writing this way, I may have misinterpreted the pertinent lines in the book (p. 211).What was God in which Hitler believed?
    ???? [続きを読む]
  • 包蔵されたエネルギー
  • Two political songs. One of them begins every verse with a numeral, the other ends every verse with the same onomatopoeia. Both we
    re made in the Meiji era. I had heard of both names of the songs, but never actually listened to until yesterday. From somewhere d
    istant in time, these songs are heard. Another century, another era. How I was surprised, when I listened to these songs. I was su
    rprised to [続きを読む]
  • 彼らが警戒しているもの
  • A minimalist lifestyle and veganism are often very much reviled on the Internet. But why? Some say that they smell some insanity f
    rom such practices. I know in some cases it can be right. But when they say so, in my view, they are masking the real problem rega
    rding needless slaughter of sentient animals and serenity that one needs for creativity.A minimalist lifestyle and veganism are of
    ten very [続きを読む]
  • '81(前々世紀の)
  • html lang="ja" ... When I make an HTML file this line comes into my sight. And this declaration always brings to my mind
    Nietzsche's sacred "yeah". And then immediately it gives me a picture of a distant figure who stands at a lakeside
    .html lang="ja" ... When I make an HTML file this line comes into my sight. And this declaration always brings to my min
    d Nietzsche's sacred "yeah". fichier /fi?j [続きを読む]
  • 大いなる異界
  • Inspired by a mythical account, I try to perceive the USA as the United States of Atlantis. Atlantis in existence. English as the
    language of Atlanteans.Inspired by a mythical account, I try to perceive the USA as the United States of Atlantis. Atlantis in exi
    stence. English as the language of Atlanteans. ένας (énas) art. (indefinite) a, an.etym. from Ancient Greek ?ν (hén, “o
    ne”). ? [続きを読む]
  • うず高き
  • Another new tulip spectacularly flashes and lets out groans. The mountain has been poised to crumble before most of the climbers g
    et to the top of it. Desire drives the capitalist system of economy. This must be happening as its derivation, though unproductive
    .Another new tulip spectacularly flashes and lets out groans. ?????? (khadásh) adj. new, recently made; new, current,
    recent (as op [続きを読む]
  • 恐怖と思慮
  • In his 2008 book, Patrick Buchanan argues that WWI and WWII were unnecessary wars. Unnecessary wars... There would surely be no on
    e who denies that in retrospect President Kennedy succeeded in avoiding the unnecessary and catastrophic war in 1962. Meanwhile, i
    n 2003 things done as to Iraq would have been...In his 2008 book, Patrick Buchanan argues that WWI and WWII were unnecessary wars.
    Dans son [続きを読む]
  • 諸力を縫う
  • One of the most important lessons that political history could tell is probably about how to avoid a war. The politico-economical
    winner in the long-run is often the least involved in war, if at all. The calamity of war can dramatically reduce a nation's
    energy and can even bring about death of a nation.One of the most important lessons that political history could tell is probably
    about how to [続きを読む]
  • 惑う勿れ
  • Why do I often fail in time management? It may be partly beacuse of vanity. Vanity would induce wrong ways of spending time, as a
    result of wrong prioritization it makes. Irrational fear can cause vanity.Why do I often fail in time management? ?????
    (z'mán) n. m. (uncountable) time (inevitable passing of events); (countable) a time (duration of time); (by extention) a tim
    e (measurement of [続きを読む]
  • 別物
  • The ideological bases of communism and socialism are very different when the latter only means social security.The ideological bas
    es of communism and socialism are very different when the latter only means social security. ????????? (ka'
    ashér) conj. when, as, at the time that.etym. ???? (k'-, “like, as”) and ?????? (ashér, “that, wh
    ich”). σημαίνω(simaíno) v. mean [続きを読む]
  • 一変した景色
  • Try imagine a society without any traditional culture. It would appear to be very stark and bleak like a super low-cost factory. I
    t's lifeless. After WWI, unfortunately, monarchies were uprooted particularly from Germany and Austria. If they remained, the
    y could have at least help symbolically give socio-cultural coherence and historical continuity to the nations. Do you think aboli
    shment of those [続きを読む]
  • 中傷のための語
  • Someone denounces people with some particular inclination, calling them Nazis. Seems he would count me as one of them. But whether
    I'm a Nazi or not would depend on where the standard is. I confess that I have rarely shared the Marxist feelings but I thin
    k I could understand Nazi anti-communists' feelings. But it does not mean I'm a Nazi.Someone denounces people with some
    particular inclination, [続きを読む]
  • 映像時代の手法
  • Propaganda is not about truth but about imprinting intended, usually ugly images so that they affect emotions. So, from the viewpo
    int of distributors of the strongly biased images, it does not matter if those images are obvious lies or spitefully contorted. So
    me video games contain propaganda and utilize the ambiguity that lies between the concepts of propaganda and art as a pretext.Prop
    aganda i [続きを読む]
  • 戦陣の像
  • You may wonder why in chess the queen has the most powerful mobility on the board. But more than that, you may wonder why there is
    a woman in a battlefield and why bishops wield killing weapons.You may wonder why in chess the queen has the most powerful mobili
    ty on the board. ???????? (shakhmát) n. m. chess.etym. from Persian shâh mât, "checkmate". ???
    ????? (malká) n. f. quee [続きを読む]