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影片对白  Constantly talking isn't necessarily communicating.



Nietzsche (尼采)vs Bartlett's(《英语名言金句》)

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

(born Oct. 15, 1844, Röcken, Saxony, Prussia — died Aug. 25, 1900) German-Swiss philosopher and writer, one of the most influential of modern thinkers. The son of a Lutheran pastor, he studied at Bonn and Leipzig and at age 24 became professor of Classical philology at the University of Basel. He became close to the older Richard Wagner, in whose operas he saw the potential for the revival of Western civilization, but broke with Wagner angrily in 1876. His Birth of Tragedy (1872) contained major insights into ancient Greek drama; like Untimely Meditations (1873), it is dominated by a Romantic perspective also influenced by Arthur Schopenhauer (叔本华). Mental and physical problems forced him to leave his position in 1878, and he spent 10 years attempting to recover his health in various resorts while continuing to write prolifically. His works from Human, All Too Human (1878) to The Gay Science (1882) extol reason and science, experiment with literary genres, and express his emancipation from his earlier Romanticism. His mature writings, particularly Beyond Good and Evil (1886), A Genealogy of Morals (1887), and Thus Spake Zarathustra (1883 – 92), were preoccupied with the origin and function of values in human life. If, as he believed, life neither possesses nor lacks intrinsic value and yet is always being evaluated, then such evaluations can usefully be read as symptoms of the evaluator's condition. He fulminated against Christianity and announced the death of God. His major breakdown in 1889 marked the virtual end of his productive life. He was revered by Adolf Hitler for his dislike of democracy and his heroic ideal of the Übermensch (Superman), though the Nazis perverted Nietzsche's thought and ignored much in it that was hostile to their aims. His analyses of the root motives and values that underlie traditional Western religion, morality, and philosophy affected generations of theologians, philosophers, psychologists, poets, novelists, and playwrights.

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations is often simply called Bartlett's. First published in 1855 by Cambridge, Massachusetts, bookseller John Bartlett as A Collection of Familiar Quotations, this reference guide has enjoyed continuous commercial success while registering the changing shape of American public culture. Early editions comprised widely cited passages from the Bible, Shakespeare, and Anglo-American sentimental poetry. The ninth (1891) and tenth (1914) editions added ancient and early modern sources and the American favorites Thoreau and Whitman. Editors of the eleventh edition (1937) reconstructed the canon to stress literary prowess, with extensive material from recent modernists such as Joyce and Fitzgerald and such earlier innovators as Blake, Dickinson, Hawthorne, and Melville. Editions since 1948 have steadily expanded to include quotes from political leaders, academic intellectuals, world literature, women and other underrepresented voices, sports figures, movies, and popular musicians.





1. You don't tell me things, Joel. I'm an open book. I tell you everything. Every damn embarrassing thing.

2. Constantly talking isn't necessarily communicating.

3. People have to share things, Joel. That's what intimacy is. I'm really pissed that you said that to me!

《美丽心灵的永恒阳光》精讲之三 考考你 参考答案

1. 我从未听说过那件事,一想到都让我觉得不舒服。

I had never heard of that before, and the thought of it makes my skin crawl.

2. 你何不担当一下重任,为所有人开启这瓶香槟。

Why don't you do the honors and open the bottle of champagne for us all?

3. 他会成为一个好医生的。

He will make a good doctor.


影片对白  Constantly talking isn't necessarily communicating.




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