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五月 4th, 2019  |  动漫动画

后日刷完了FA所以写点字玩弄。
设定仔细揣摩如故很迷啊。(何人能告诉本人用贤者之石能或无法得逞开始展览人体炼成?)把生命作为强调素材,断定灵魂,在片中的片段地方认为炼金术会耗蓝••••••可是那是正确啊!科学为何会不可能利用呢!不是要有广泛性和可重复性才干被称为科学么!即使炼金术消耗地壳能量,可是他们这一个样子确实不会潜移默化地质运动和潮汐咩?
爆冷门感觉以上探讨很愚笨。只要记住等价调换就好。
“关于那一个世界的学识。”在这部小说中照旧有弱点的。未有觉获得它的系统。可是比方真理之门还有炼成阵的水墨画设计很风趣。大概是小编太傻逼了于是才感到不到。

本文是自己于2010年在第三贰届世界理学大会上交给的1篇有关现象学的随想。中文的,请参见《存在是怎么样》1书中有关现象学的篇章,P11三–11六. 

Instructor: Dr. Hans Oversloot

上課的時候教授须求寫的….參考了許多此板大大們的影評寫出來的…有興趣看看吧….:)
[劇情表露]

然后啊,结局能够知道为真理的不得亲近吗?牛姨也开掘到了,真理是相对的,邪恶的,独立于人类之外的。邪恶在此处的情致是与人类直觉不吻合。假诺想让自身的种群繁荣昌盛,唯有放逐真理。
下放真理。那到底相比像样人类信念的选项。

基本提示:
现象学把客观事物在人的觉察中的显现作为其研究对象。依照那几个主意,唯有可认为的客观事物的可感觉到的外部技艺在人的意识中产生显现,而不可觉拿到的存在以及客观事物内在的一些依旧本质存在,是无力回天被认为到而在人的意识中体现出来的。因而,现象学根本不能触及到客观事物的内在精神,更不可能接触到本体。由此,现象学所谓的否定本体存在,并不是其论理果真能或不能够认本体之存在,而是其辩驳根本无法触及到本体而已。在那或多或少上,他们和实证主义法学的论调是同一的,实证主义文学的理念正是,凡是科学的章程不能够确证的,正是不存在的。
呵呵呵。

National groups and ethnic groups have been playing an increasingly
important role in both domestic and international politics. Liberalism,
however, has been weak in embracing this trend. The liberal political
philosophy emphasizes the autonomy of every individual and cling to the
principle that all rights must be ‘difference-blind’, possibly leading
to unworkable policies and even injustice. Kymlicka tries to develop the
liberal political philosophy in his book ‘Multicultural Citizenship’ by
including the theory of minority rights.

Midnight Express Movie Review

全篇被喂食bg差不多像是吃了苍蝇同样忧伤。好比直男被逼看gv。太惨了。作者站眼科啊。死。

因为上述现象学的深重缺陷,导致萨特,海德格尔,撒谬推论出的诸多定论都以荒唐的。

In the first chapter of his book, he makes an important distinction
between multinational and polyethnic situations. In his view, nation
means ‘a historical community, more or less institutionally complete,
occupying a given territory or homeland, sharing a distinct language and
culture’ (Kymlicka, 1995, p. 11). By contrast, immigrant groups are
identified as ethnic groups without intention to establish their own
states, but they also want to express their culture and protect
themselves from discrimination. This distinction may help us to better
understand the demand of minority groups.

Almost all great films about prison break are not simply action-packed
ticket-sellers that seek to thrill the audience. What makes these films
great is the depth they went into to explore the darkest and at the same
time, the brightest themes of human society and lives. Corruption,
violence, sexual abuse, justice, injustice, homosexuality, dignity,
love, freedom and hope, all of which are seen throughout the whole film.
The setting itself is another interesting topic, meaning the prison,
like a microcosm of the society outside. Overall, the film tells a story
of man’s endeavor to self-redemption and self-justice against odds from
the political and structural obstacles of the real world, despite a
sensible political undertone against Islamic nations.

感激那部小说让自家认知了世菜りん。她太厉害了。她讲述的世界才是自身想要的社会风气啊。

The phenomena in the phenomenology, different from the objective
phenomena in the scientific study, is in fact refers to the reflection
idea of the objective phenomena in the consciousness. In the scientific
study, the study object is the objective thing/phenomena, but in the
phenomenology, the study object is the reflection of the phenomena in
the consciousness, the reflection idea in the consciousness regarded as
the essence of the objective object. It ignores the distance between the
object and the essence hidden in the object.  It agree the function of
the objective object, but , this function is only to give the reflection
in the consciousness. This means, the reflection idea the phenomenology
could get is only from the natural phenomena or object. If something can
not give reflection in the consciousness, then, these things would not
be in their study. Such as the rules or truth in the space which not
felt by people, are not to be studied by the phenomenology. In this
sense, the phenomenology could not get in tough with the essence or the
rules or the Onto which regarded as the main study object in the
thousands years  philosophy history. This point could be the reason why
some person even  deny the Onto or the existence of the Onto.

Kymlicka has listed and distinguished several different kinds of
minority rights which might be demanded by national groups and ethnic
groups, including self-government rights, polyethnic rights, and special
representation rights. 1. Self-government rights, restricted to national
minorities. ‘In most multination states, the component nations are
inclined to demand some form of political autonomy or territorial
jurisdiction, so as to ensure the full and free development of their
cultures and the best interests of their people.’ (Kymlicka, 1995, p.
27) One mechanism to achieve this is federalism, which guarantees the
autonomy of national minorities without being discriminated by national
majorities. 2. Polyethnic rights, concerned with the increasing demand
of ethnic groups. One demand is about public funding of their cultural
practices, and a much more controversial demand is an exemption from
disadvantaging laws and regulations. Kymlicka argues that these
polyethnic rights ‘are intended to help ethnic groups and religious
minorities express their cultural particularity and pride without it
hampering their success in the economic and political institutions of
the dominant society’ (Kymlicka, 1995, p. 31). 3. Special representation
rights, for both national minorities and ethnic minorities. It is
important because underrepresentation can be avoided through more
inclusive political parties, proportional representation mechanism, and
a certain number of special seats for disadvantaged groups in the
legislature.

The Story
On October 6, 1970, Billy Hayes, an American is on a trip back to
America from Turkey with his girlfriend Susan. While boarding a flight
at the Istanbul Airport, Billy is caught smuggling 2 kilos of dope. He
is told by the authorities that if he cooperates in finding the actual
drug dealer he will be released. For some reasons he tries to escape
after the assistance and is captured. With the support from the American
embassy, he is sentenced to only over four years for possession of drug,
but is exempted from the more serious charges of smuggling and drug
dealing.

啊对了。看那些里面自身好不容命理术数会了打响指。帕拉梅拉假诺战役的时候没得逞是或不是很狼狈。

People’s feeling from the external objective thing or phenomena is
different. So, the reflection in people’s consciousness is different.
Then, the understanding about the reflection could be also different.
This is the reason why there are various kinds of answer or idea in the
phenomenology.

According to Kymlicka, ‘self-government rights’, ‘Polyethnic rights’ and
‘special representation rights’ are three forms of group-differentiated
rights, or ‘collective rights’. In fact, there are two kinds of
collective rights, internal restrictions, and external protections.
Kymlicka believes the distinction here is important because external
protections do not conflict with individual rights. He also makes
arguments about the reasons why minority rights should be implemented
and protected. The first equality-based argument is rooted in the
liberal political philosophy. He points out that, as the minorities are
actually facing some unfair disadvantages, it is fair to give them
group-differentiated rights to achieve overall justice. The second
history-based argument refers to the minorities’ historical claims such
as ‘the treaty rights of indigenous peoples, or the agreement by which
two or more peoples agreed to federate’ (Kymlicka, 1995, p. 116). Third,
the importance of minority rights also derives from the value of
cultural diversity. This argument is also closely related to liberalism
that emphasizes individualism because cultural diversity provides
meaningful choices for individuals.

The prison as expected is not a very hospitable place. It is crowded,
filthy and ruled over by Warden Hamidou who punishes the prisoners with
harsh physical and mental tortures. Billy, however, does manage to
befriend a few inmates, an American named Jimmy, who is imprisoned for
stealing candlesticks from a mosque, and an English named Max, who is
sentenced for over 12 years for smuggling 100 grams of drug. At this
point, it is becoming obvious that foreign prisoners are only tools and
sacrifices in political maneuvers between the Turkish government and
other Western governments. The only seeming way out is to catch the
“midnight express”, namely prison break. The inmates start planning the
escape routes.

Most commentators associate Jaspers with the philosophy of
existentialism, in part because he draws largely upon the existentialist
roots of Nietzsche and Kierkegaard, and in part because the theme of
individual freedom permeates his work. In Philosophy (3 vols, 1932),
Jaspers gave his view of the history of philosophy and introduced his
major themes. Beginning with modern science and empiricism, Jaspers
points out that as we question reality, we confront borders that an
empirical (or scientific) method simply cannot transcend. At this point,
the individual faces a choice: sink into despair and resignation, or
take a leap of faith toward what Jaspers calls Transcendence. In making
this leap, individuals confront their own limitless freedom, which
Jaspers calls Existenz, and can finally experience authentic
existence.[摘自wiki,有点可怕的1段话·······】

Moreover, the way to get the answer or theory in the phenomenology is a
big problem. Mostly, people get the answer or idea only by their
subjective understanding or thinking, but not by some solid theory
foundation or confirmed logical basis. It seams that people are only
interested to produce some kind idea or answer regardless of the
question such as why or how come. Also, there is no test for their
answer, or they do not want to do any test with human’s knowledge or
history or practical world situation.

I personally have some questions about this book. The first question is
about the concepts of ‘national groups’ and ‘ethnic groups’. Kymlicka
says that the national groups have a historical homeland in the state,
sharing a distinct language and culture, whilst the ethnic groups enter
the society without the demand for forming nations. However, nation, or
nationalism, is often regarded as the foundation of the modern
nation-state and defined by its final political pursuit of establishing
a nation-state. ‘Nation’ has been described by Benedict Anderson as an
“imagined community’ in his famous book , emphasizing the abstract and
constructive nature of the nation. AD Smith comprehensively elaborates
the notion of nationalism in his book ‘Nationalism: Theory, ideology,
history’, arguing that nation is intentionally constructed, while ethnic
groups are more blood-bonded . One example is China, who has 55 national
minorities (as Kymlicka defines, because China has few immigrants, and
all the national minorities exist in prior to nation-building) but has
constructed a notion of ‘Chinese nationality’ to be the foundation of
the nation-state. Kymlicka says nothing about the constructive aspect of
the nation, so the concept is still confusing.

Many of their attempts failed, and the “insider” prisoner Rifki informs
Hamidou on their scheme. Jimmy is taken away to brutal punishment. Max
and Billy take revenge to Rifki by destroying his dashed money. Without
any evidence, however, Rifki frames Max, and Max meets a similar fate as
Tommy does. As Billy is told the court resentence him to up to 30 years
in prison on drug smuggling, he cannot contain his emotions any longer.
He attacks Rifki and bites off part of his tongue.
After many months in the prison ward for the insane, Billy is at the
brink of total breakdown. This is when his girlfriend Susan visits and
delivers him her love, hope to survive and some cash hidden within a
photography book. Billy starts to plan to escape again. He bribes the
Warden and asks to be transferred to the sanatorium where there is a
chance of escaping. Instead, Hamidou drags Billy to a cell, beats him
down and tries to rape him. In despair, Billy kills Hamidou and escapes
with the Warden’s outfit. And it is revealed that Billy flees to Greece
and flies his way back to The States and the reunion with his family.

But, in philosophy, the basic way is the logic. Any deduction must go
with the logical way, but not subjective interest or passion. Of course,
this is not to say that any answer in the philosophy must be fully
correct, but the thinking way must be correct, or to comply with the
logic at least.

Another question is about the practice of group-differentiated rights.
As mentioned, Kymlicka gives out an equality-based reason for
group-differentiated rights, saying group-differentiated rights are the
compensation for their disadvantage. However, in practice, the question
is about how many group-differentiated rights should be given to
minorities. I think the expected precise amount of compensation is not
clear, and the criteria are various. Therefore, either the minority or
the majority would feel discriminated.

Justice and Injustice
Often times when we try to define justice and injustice, we resort to
the laws, which supposedly take into account the moral standards of a
given society. But this is not necessary when the government takes other
things onto their priority list such as their power of control,
political stability, economic interests and in this case, political
maneuvers with foreign nations. Under such conditions, laws can no
longer uphold justice but become a tool wielded by the government for
their own propuses.

However, the thinking way in the phenomenology is too much subjective,
without or with little solid logical basis, with the answer or idea
mostly unable to stand for the test.

Finally, cultural discrimination is caused by complicated factors and
not easy to reduce. The government can surely make policies to protect
minorities, e.g. special seats in parliament or funding for their
cultural activities, but these policies may on the other side lead to
hatred from the majority and jealousy from other minority groups.

In the movie, it is revealed that Nixon’s US government is at bad terms
with the Turkish government. As a result foreign prisoners become
valuable assets to the Turkish government in dealing with The US. In a
beginning of the film, passengers for international flights not only
need to pass through normal airport checking routines, before they
board, soldiers also search their bodies one by one, and Billy is then
found carrying dope. Let Billy’s personal case aside, this measure is
questionable. It might be due to the Turkish government’s tightened
measures against drug-smuggling, but it might very well be a political
measure to attain more foreign prisoners.

As we see in 20th century, there were various kinds of theory in the
phenomenology, but none of them could be regarded as the “truth” or the
confirmed human’s knowledge. At the same time, philosophy looks more
confused ,in a mess.

In the prison, Billy learns that many foreign inmates are serving
unreasonable sentence years. It might be the result of difference in
customary laws regarding crimes in different countries, but it might as
well be a way to retain the government’s valuable assets, as Billy after
almost finishing serving his initial sentence, faces serious charges of
smuggling and is resentenced up to 30 years in jail. It makes one wonder
what causes such an abrupt change, could it be the result of a worsen
diplomatic relationship with Turkey and The US? Either way, justice is
vague. Should a man of a certain sociocultural upbringing face criminal
charges in a different sociocultural background? Where is justice for
individuals when they are of only small part of a much bigger scheme?

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