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シドンの天蓋さん: 暗の穹窿
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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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  • 対立の醸成
  • I don't say yes to racial hate. I don't say yes to offensive acts connected with this hate. But the situation of today&a
    pos;s Europe makes me feel uneasy. There is a new social class forming inside those nations. This class is racially and culturall
    y distinctive from the indigenous. And this class is already substantial in size, and is rapidly getting bigger and bigger. And a
    s it gets bigger, frictio [続きを読む]
  • 肉体性の虜囚
  • I wrote in this blog that I'm maybe a conservative. It means that I think I'm conservative on racial and cultural matter
    . This comes from the flesh, carnality. I think that nationalism stems from the same origin. The opposite of nationalism is not
    Marxism, nor anarchism, nor libertarianism. For those are on the same horizon, being political ideologies. What if a Nazi woke up
    and found that he b [続きを読む]
  • 事実である限りは
  • Someone calls someone a racist to vilify him. But if there is no audience there, he would not feel upset by being called so, becau
    se he himself thinks he is a racist. It would be the same for a Marxist. You may call him a Marxist, but he would never be offende
    d for that.If he feels upset, it would be because of hostility in the word.日本語訳を表示?/?非表示人を人種差別
    主義者と呼んで、彼を非難する [続きを読む]
  • 自明性の探究
  • In Mein Kampf, at the beginning passage of the 11th chapter, Hitler seems to talk about the role of philosophy: to reveal what is
    obvious, what is the most plain. "There are some truths which are so obvious ..." This itself sounds quite true, regar
    dless whether his "truth" was true or not.日本語訳を表示?/?非表示Mein Kampfでは、第11章の冒頭で
    、ヒトラーは哲学の役割について話しているようである。 [続きを読む]
  • 生物学的背景
  • Hmm... I got very suggestive information on sexual orientation and history of marriage system, here and here. If innate non-heter
    osexuality is a product of stress, this might imply some ecological mechanism. Is it a natural means of population control? When a
    populace is under stress for food shortage for example, it means that there is more population than the environment can support i
    t. Nature [続きを読む]
  • B語彙群の供給源
  • Maybe putting your heart into politics is like stepping into a bog. News would everyday annoy you. Frustration. Anxiety. Anger...
    Those stresses would come everyday. When politics is present, you would have many political adversaries, and you less find your f
    riends. How sad. But it might be what this human world is partly about. Aristotle said that man is a political animal. It is an i
    nescapable [続きを読む]
  • 外国事例との相違点
  • Sometimes a claim is heard that the House of Councilors should be abolished. But I suspect that the true intent of this claim migh
    t be to make an amendment to the Constitution (Article 42 and other pertinent articles). That is, it is a stepping stone to make f
    urther amendments, whose real aim is probably at Article 9. Why are they so eager to make amendments to the Constitution? Some of
    them don' [続きを読む]
  • 焦煙たなびく風景
  • There are defenders of the Nazi regime. It's not what you cannot imagine. But there are even assertions that that was, agains
    t all appearances, a benign regime. This, this is a glaring lie. Bellicosity of the ultra-racist leaders was undeniably observable
    from the start. And their political track is riddled with criminalities. By the way, an intense sense of tribalism was clearly th
    ere. They resur [続きを読む]
  • 大地の融合者
  • Nietzsche's eternal return... What's the point of it? Is it an assertion that this world is the sole eternal place of yo
    urs? If so, it is not impossible for there to be a Nietzschean Marxist. It is not an oxymoron.日本語訳を表示?/?非表
    示ニーチェの永劫回帰...それのポイントは何ですか? この世界があなたの唯一の永遠の場所であ
    るという主張ですか? もしそうなら、ニーチェ・マルクス主義者がいることは不可 [続きを読む]
  • 左と右の最果て
  • To illustrate more clearly the point of the previous post. What is the fundamental sentiments and ideas of the left-wing (Marxist
    ) people and of the right-wing people? For the left wing: "We are exploited." And whence, "Any form of exploitatio
    n must be abolished―that is, something of worth that I produce should not be possessed by any particular person; and the right t
    o consume it must be given [続きを読む]
  • 右と左を分かつもの
  • What is the crucial difference in mentality that differentiates the left-wing people from the right-wing people? But here I have t
    o say: maybe I'm biased towards the right than towards the left. With this thing paid attention to, I observe: leftist people
    seem to like to have a discussion on power or domination. This seems to imply that the interest of leftist people is strongly in
    the matter of p [続きを読む]
  • 来世紀に懸けた夢
  • What is this sentiment I feel when I see pictures taken in the post-war Soviet? I feel that there is something which would have be
    en lost maybe before the end of the 20th century came. What is it? Ingenuous trust in science. And the dream of a brighter future
    which was believed to be brought about by science. These are the basso continuo I sense from the pictures. Those very, very 20th c
    entury pic [続きを読む]
  • ソドミのうた
  • What makes the lines that divide common sense or "good" sense from abnormality―or madness?Yesterday, non-heterosexuali
    ty, euphemistically speaking, was deemed to be mental sickness or even madness. But today, some push for the social affirmation of
    this.The so-called LGBT movement―is this a new wave of propaganda? Or is it well-founded enlightenment of our times? Propaganda
    is a way of brainwash [続きを読む]
  • 名称が孕む情緒
  • It is said that some seem to harbor some reactionarism to the present constitution of Japan and to the name of the military, the J
    SDF. It is said that they wish those to be remade and renamed. The name they want for the military is said to be Japanese Force, f
    or example. On this, I strongly oppose them. I see no suitable reason for doing that, at least for now. Without changing the const
    itution, i [続きを読む]
  • 時代観と様式
  • By using it much, I have somehow come to find the sense of accepting the English language as the widest international language of
    our times. That is, the lingua franca of our times. Thus this was what was given to the generations who were born in the 20th cent
    ury. And the 21st century would most probably also keep this as the world commonest language as in French until the early 20th cen
    tury. Or a [続きを読む]
  • 降誕の台座
  • What you can observe in this world is variety and complexity. At least, at the level of phenomena. Marxist economic system is a ce
    ntralized one. But it may be that Nazism held the concept of centralized system which controls human collective genetical state an
    d process. But as in the economic invisible hand, the genetic evolutional process may have its own version of such a mysterious se
    lf-structu [続きを読む]
  • 印象論から
  • Nazism: racial idolatry; idolatry of a leader; self-idolization. That is, idolatry of what you can see on this earth. The rise and
    fall of the Third Reich might imply where idolatry comes from and where idolatry leads man to. It seems as if they equated power
    to good. Power is good. Good is power. Was this the foremost tenet of Nazism? In such a worldview, everything would be judged sole
    ly by the [続きを読む]
  • モダニティの外的領域(2)
  • But can one justify Mayan human sacrifice rituals, for example, just because it was a tradition? I don't think so. This poses
    a question. By what criterion do I regard some rituals as acceptable and others as unacceptable? Here might be an abyss. Maybe Ma
    yans would have seen the sacrifices as acceptable or needful. But I don't share the same worldview or myth as theirs. On the
    other hand, I think [続きを読む]
  • モダニティの外的領域
  • I think I know almost nothing about sumo. But I know it's not a fully modern sport like football or tennis. My saying like th
    at is not meant to defame this traditional wrestling sport. My understanding is that the character of sumo would be half a ritual
    and half a sport. The other day, there was a news that an accident occured on a sumo ring. A mayor (male) suddenly lost consciousn
    ess and collaps [続きを読む]
  • 懐疑の点
  • Hitler seemed to repeatedly manifest his belief in some kind of holiness which he called with the name of God. But it seems he was
    not a believer of the kind of what the Vatican or mosques represent, for example. My guess is that perhaps he might have been ess
    entially no religious man in the traditional sense, despite his words of faith. What he believed might have essentially been pure
    natural po [続きを読む]
  • 史的イメージ
  • Why is nazi used as a derogatory word? This book must have been one of the must-reads as to knowing what Nazism was. Things behind
    those illusions of the pageants and the visual machismo.Google?翻訳:なぜナチが軽蔑的な言葉として使われて
    いるのですか? この本は、ナチズムが何であるかを知るための必読書の一つであったに違いない
    。見事な幻想と視覚的な仕業の錯覚の背後にあるもの。Pourquoi le nazi est-il ut [続きを読む]
  • 可能か必須か
  • Anti-vegans say humans are naturally and inherently omnivores. But I think I can doubt the validity of this objection. Must humans
    eat everything that they can eat?Anti-vegans say humans are naturally and inherently omnivores. But I think I can doubt the valid
    ity of this objection. Must humans eat everything that they can eat? ????????????? (hitnag'dút) n.
    f. opposition: the action [続きを読む]
  • 七十余年の時を降り
  • The Soviet regime collapsed around 70 years after its founding. Strangely, when 70-odd years had passed, the Japanese imperial reg
    ime also came to an end. What does this coincidence mean? I thought that perhaps leaders of the regime's first generation wer
    e the key. M. Gorbachev, B. Yeltsin, G. Yanayev were all born after 1922. Fumimaro Konoe, Kanji Ishiwara, Yosuke Matsuoka, Isoroku
    Yamamoto, Hide [続きを読む]
  • 右側のディストピア
  • That totalitarian and militarist and expansionist and extremely racist regime. That must have been, and must still be, a trauma of
    the West. That directly did great harm and brought about wide bloodshed to the West, while the Cold War ended without entering to
    tal war. That regime could never have been established by the leader alone. And it was a product of political turmoil and crisis,
    and enmity [続きを読む]
  • 殺-風景
  • If to kill or to be killed is what the world is all about, it's a simplest world of beasts. A northernmost point of politics.
    The most undesirable answer for one's life. Was Hitler a beast in this meaning? How were those subordinates of his? It seems
    that in the Nazi system, not only the most capable but at the same time the most radical people were most likely given high posit
    ions to wield greate [続きを読む]