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Now that both the obsequies and the ritual condemnations of Margaret Thatcher are over, the time has begun for a more analytical look at her legacy. I am not a bad person to start this off as I was neither a passionate anti-Thatcherite nor regarded by her inner circle as “really one of us”.既然玛格丽特#8226;撒切尔(Margaret Thatcher)的葬礼已经结束,对她照例的谴责也已平息,现在是时候更加深入地评析她的遗产了。我大概是开这个头的合适人选,因为一方面我不是积极的反撒切尔分子,另一方面撒切尔的小圈子也不把我当成“自己人”。A point that has been missed in all the verbiage of recent days is how much her thinking owed to Keith Joseph, the Conservative who helped to put the idea of a genuine free market back on the political agenda.近日诸多长篇大论都忽视了一点:撒切尔的思想有多少要归功于基斯#8226;约瑟夫(Keith Joseph)?作为一名保守党员,约瑟夫曾帮助推动真正的自由市场思想重新登上政治议程。In saying this I am far from trying to detract from her legacy. On the contrary, she often said: “One day people will realise what they owe to Keith Joseph.” Anyone can confirm this by looking at her Joseph Memorial Lecture of 1996 given to the Centre for Policy Studies. The first part of the lecture, on the connection between a free economy and a free society, and the last part, on the perils of the euro currency project, are still fresh and relevant.我这么说并非要贬低撒切尔的遗产。恰恰相反,她常说:“有一天人们将认识到他们有多感激基斯#8226;约瑟夫。”1996年,她在政策研究中心(Centre for Policy Studies)纪念约瑟夫的演讲中发表了上述言论。演讲上半部分讲述自由经济和自由社会的联系,下半部分讨论欧元计划的危险性。这些内容历久弥新,至今仍具有重要意义。I should like to start with a comment she made that has defined her – it was even raised at her funeral. Some see it as one of the worst things that she said; I regard it as one of the best.我要用她的一句话开始论述,这句话定义了她这个人,甚至还在她的葬礼上被提起。有人认为这是她所说过最差的一句话;我却认为这是最好的一句。“I think we have been through a period when too many people have been given to understand that when they have a problem it is government’s job to cope with it. ‘I have a problem, I’ll get a grant. I’m homeless, the government must house me.’ They are casting their problems on society. And, you know, there is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women and there are families. And no governments can do anything except through people, and people must look to themselves first. It is our duty to look after ourselves and then, also, to look after our neighbours. People have got their entitlements too much in mind, without the obligations. There is no such thing as an entitlement, unless someone has first met an obligation.”“我想我们经历了这样一个时期,太多人理所当然地认为,如果遇到问题,政府有责任解决这个问题。‘我遇到问题了,我需要政府的资助。我无家可归,政府必须为我提供房屋。’他们把问题都扔给社会去解决。可是,你们明白,根本就没有‘社会’这种东西。世上有个体的男人和女人、有家庭。政府只有通过人民才能有所作为,而人民首先必须指望自己。我们有责任照顾自己,然后是照顾邻里。人们过于重视自己的权利,却忽视义务。若不履行义务,则无权利可言。”Thatcher meant, I believe, that people should first try to solve their own problems and those of their families and friends, and only as a last resort rely on government. The government is simply a mechanism with which people can help each other and force would-be free riders to make a contribution. I interpreted her remarks as an expression of methodological individualism (although I pity any speech writer who sought to persuade her to say those words).我想,撒切尔的意思是,人们首先应当试图解决自己的问题和亲友的问题,走投无路时才能依赖政府。政府只是一种机制,通过它,人们可以互相帮助,并强迫不劳而获的人做出贡献。在我的理解中,她的话是“方法论的个人主义”(methodological individualism)的表达(但愿她不是在演讲稿撰写者的劝说下说出这番话的)。I have tried to explain all this in my book Capitalism With a Human Face . Very briefly it means that the workings of complex wholes must be capable of being expressed in terms of individual components – chemical elements in terms of atoms, atoms in terms of subatomic particles and nations in terms of their citizens. Methodological individualism has been espoused by a long line of empiricist thinkers, some of very different politics to Thatcher.我在我的著作《有人性的资本主义》(Capitalism With a Human Face)中尝试过解释这一切。简而言之,方法论的个人主义是指,复杂整体的运作机理一定能够以个体成员的形式表达出来——化学元素用原子表达,原子用亚原子粒子表达,国家用公民表达。方法论的个人主义得到一大批经验主义思想家的持,其中有些人的政治观点与撒切尔大相径庭。The classical liberal philosopher Karl Popper, for instance, looked at the abstract concept of war. “What is concrete is the many who are killed, or the men and women in uniform.” The 18th-century Scottish philosopher David Hume remarked that a nation was a collection of individuals. This doctrine has also been denied by many supposedly eminent philosophers, such as the overrated G.W.F. Hegel, who said: “All the worth which the human being possesses in all spiritual reality, he possesses only through the state.”例如,古典自由主义哲学家卡尔#8226;波普(Karl Popper)探讨了战争的抽象概念。“战死的许多人——或者说是身着军装的男人和女人——才是确定的。”18世纪的苏格兰哲学家大卫#8226;休谟(David Hume)提出,国家是个人的集合。很多所谓杰出的哲学家否认这一理论,如被高估的黑格尔(G.W.F.Hegel)。黑格尔说:“人类具有的一切价值——一切精神的现实性,都是由国家而有的。”Thatcher was well aware that the support she has been accused of withholding from declining industries in the north of the UK would have come not from a mysterious entity known as the state. It would have come from fellow citizens. She may have been right or wrong. But it was not a matter of her personal generosity. Nit-picking political philosophers have said that if she wanted to be a true methodological individualist she would not have added “and there are families” in her famous statement. It was like saying: “There are no forests, only trees and copses.” She was not so stupid as to fail to see this. But she was not teaching a political philosophy class. She was pointing out that aid for the poor, or distressed regions, had to come from somewhere – namely the inhabitants of the country concerned.撒切尔被指责没有为英国北方的衰落工业提供持。她清楚地认识到,这种持不会来自一种称为“国家”的神秘实体,而应来自公民同胞。她可能是对的,也可能是错的。但这与她个人的慷慨与否无关。有吹毛求疵的政治哲学家认为,如果撒切尔想成为真正的方法论个人主义者,她本不会在那场著名的讲话中加上“家庭”。这好比说“世上没有森林,只有乔木和灌木”。她不会愚蠢到没有发现这一点,但她并不是在给别人上政治哲学课。她要说的是,为穷人和困难地区提供的援助必须来自别处——即所在国家的居民。It was a pity that she was incapable of applying this reductionist thinking to foreign affairs. There are no beings such as Germany, Britain or Argentina – only complex entities composed of individuals. It is reasonable for a British citizen to value a British life more than an Argentine life, but it is unreasonable to put a zero value on the latter. It must be admitted that even if people habitually thought in these terms they might still support death as a necessary evil to avoid territorial losses and the like. But if this translation were always made it might sometimes lead to less nationalist policies. Even Thatcher must have been intuitively aware of this when she wept for 40 minutes at the loss of life when a battleship went down near the Falklands.遗憾的是,她未能将这种简化主义(reductionist)的思想应用于外交事务。世上不存在德国、英国和阿根廷,只有由个人组成的复杂实体。一位英国公民对英国人性命的重视有理由超过对阿根廷人性命的重视,但认为后者毫无价值则是不合理的。必须承认,即便人们习惯性地从这些角度思考,他们或许仍然会认同死亡是避免领土丢失等等的“必要之恶”。但假如总是进行这样的解读,有时或许会催生出民族主义色较弱的政策。即便是她想必也直觉地意识到了这一点——当一艘战舰在福克兰群岛(Falklands)附近沉没时,撒切尔为丧生的将士哭泣了40分钟。 /201304/236299

  

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  How about buying a cup of coffee for someone you’ll never meet? It may sound like the latest trend in showy barista techniques, but a ;suspended coffee; is much more heartwarming than a snazzy latte.给你可能从未见过的人买杯咖啡,这个想法你觉得怎么样?“待用咖啡” 光听名字,像是时下最流行的花哨咖啡技艺,但其实一杯“待用咖啡” 比一杯拉花漂亮的拿铁要温暖得多。Born in the cafes of Italy’s southern city of Naples, the ;caffe sospeso; (which literally means “suspended coffee”) is a tradition in which someone pays in advance for an extra cup or two, which can then be consumed by a coffee-drinker-in-need later in the day.“待用咖啡” 的意大利语是caffe sospeso,这个传统起源于意大利南部城市那不勒斯的咖啡馆,在那里人们可以提前多买一两杯咖啡,给其他可能比较贫困的咖啡爱好者享用。 A customer-in-need can then later ask if there is a “suspended coffee” available and have a hot drink without having to pay for it.后来的囊中羞涩的顾客可以问问是否有“待用咖啡”,如果有就可以不用付钱也能喝上一杯热热的咖啡。The idea has become an international internet sensation with coffee shops in Europe and North America participating in the movement. The Facebook page alone has more than 28,000 “likes.”这个主意如今已经在全球范围内在网络上引起了轰动,欧洲和北美的咖啡店也都加入到了“待用咖啡”运动中来,该活动的脸书主页获得了超过2.8万个“赞”。The tradition of “suspended coffee” is a long-standing tradition in Italy that increased in popularity after the Second World War. Agence France-Presse reported last week that the practice was starting to take hold in other European countries hit hard economically. More than 150 cafés in Bulgaria were taking part.“待用咖啡” 在意大利有着悠久的传统,从二战开始慢慢流行起来。法新社上周报道称,在欧洲经济受到重创的情况下,这个传统在其他欧洲国家也渐渐固定下来。在保加利亚超过150家咖啡馆加入进来。At cafes that participate in the custom, customers can ask if there are any “suspended coffees” available, and if so, they are supplied with a beverage, thanks to the kindness of a stranger.在加入此项运动的咖啡店里,顾客可以询问是否有“待用咖啡”可以提供。这些都是陌生人的善举。 /201308/250928

  *CPF+VD]DzevpOY]F7rj0~Tu(W# ^~fAYiA-]OpfLHere#39;s a recent snippet of conversation from my own life.Her: “How do you think I look in this?” Me: “You look great.” Her: “I look terrible, I’m changing.”This sort of thing really annoys me. Why ask if you’ve aly made up your mind? Why be so hard on yourself (you genuinely look great)? Why are we going through this charade now when the train leaves in 15 minutes?There are a lot of little things women do that annoy their long suffering menfolk (and vice versa, of course). They’re not really a Big Deal. They don’t really matter. They’re just kinda irritating.And if you don’t believe me, believe this. When someone opened a th on Reddit asking what annoying things girlfriends did, it had 25,000 posts within 24 hours. So here, in handy pictorial form, are the those little things she does that annoy us most of all.这是我和她在现实生活中的一段真实的对话UT4Hm1DRfF。她问“你觉得我看起来怎样?”我答“你看起来好极了HL|~wATP![#rA)cM*BZC。”她说“我看起来很糟糕,我都变样了37*qSrKS;!kP。”这样的对话真的让我很烦*G8kSWy4Lf%*WJ;H。你自己有想法了,为什么还要来问我?为什么那么在乎你自己看起来怎样?(你其实看起来真的很不错)为什么在火车还有15分钟就要开走的时候跟我打这样的哑谜TSrjOl34g。现实生活中,女人做的一些小事真的会让她们的男人烦(当然,男人做的一些小事也让女人烦),那些让男人烦的事一般都是些小事,但是就是很让人抓狂XaN2]s*,O。要相信,当媒体关注到底女人什么行为让男人们最接受不了时,寄信来投诉的男人络绎不绝的,24小时内就收到了25000封邮件,6JLAtM.YuwpUJG。所以,今天我们一一列举出那些女人最让男人受不了的行为3G,jWy__g6*)Tx^;yU。7]SIyF^zMt;*WcRoS_^;IdK3f]pj!t6|G;l(H%U*Mxl**MLc]zu-J7 /201308/251306gMuv9#xAv_oVU+%1iz9[Zv-[Yd0p*JYgTCKqrlYtAW%*;UzY-OLIVIA MUNNFor maximum sun protection, learn from Munn and don a neutral floppy hat. Its sandy hue perfectly pairs with everything.奥立薇娅#8226;玛恩对于最大程度的防晒,向玛恩学习,戴上一顶中性软盘帽i3~TIXqd6Eiw[r*Eywv。其色调完美地搭配着一切BegEo#av4)l4VZ.m。,+4c_hTk^l-kczJTl#q!NDvnJ[#qXEakYt^6 /201307/247062

  PAINTER Luo Dan#39;s name is the Chinese transliteration of Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), the French sculptor famous for works such as ;The Age of Bronze,; ;The Thinker; and ;The Kiss.;画家罗丹的名字是奥古斯特#8226;罗丹(1840 - 1917) 的中文音译,法国著名雕塑家,作品有《青铜时代》、《思想者》和《吻》。His painter father, Luo Zhongli, an accomplished artist and president of the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts, had high hopes for his son in the art world.他的画家父亲罗中立,一位多才多艺的艺术家,四川美术学院院长,在艺术界对他的儿子寄予厚望。;Frankly, my life has been quite smooth but that doesn#39;t mean my path in art has been easy,; says 32-year-old Luo, whose paintings are on exhibit at Sinan Mansions.“坦率地说,我的生活一直很顺利,但这并不意味着我的艺术之路一直很容易,” 32岁的罗丹说,他的画在思南公馆展出。With his father also a famous artist, comparisons are inevitable, but Luo says they are unfair.由于他的父亲也是一个著名艺术家,比较是不可避免的,但罗丹说这是不公平的。;I always face the same question, whether or not I feel the shadow of my father,; he says. ;No, I don#39;t. We have different backgrounds. It would be meaningless to put us together.;“我总是要面对同样的问题,我是否感觉到父亲的阴影,”他说。“不,我没有。我们有不同的背景。把我们放在一块是毫无意义的。”Luo Dan also plays the piano, violin and likes to sing.罗丹也会弹钢琴,拉小提琴,喜欢唱歌。Music is a regular theme in his work, especially the rebelliousness of rock #39;n#39; roll. His subjects sing and revel in music. From their facial expressions, viewers can almost feel their passion and hear the music that they hear.音乐是他作品中的一个常规主题,尤其是叛逆的摇滚乐。他作品中人物歌唱并陶醉在音乐中。从他们的面部表情,观众可以感受到他们的热情,听到他们所听到的音乐。Luo is quick to say that his paintings do not have a social message.罗丹很快就说他的画没有社会信息。;I am not reflecting on history and society,; he says. ;I only care about the existing world, the lifestyles of my peers.;“我没有反思历史和社会,”他说。“我只关心现有的世界,我同代人的生活方式。”His works have evolved toward themes of tradition colliding with modernity, wildness clashing with stillness.他的作品从传统与现代碰撞、野性与沉静冲突的主题演变而来。Born in Chongqing, Luo graduated from the Middle School attached to the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 2000. He studied at Kunsthochschule Kassel in Germany. In 2004, he graduated from the Oil Painting Department of the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute and studied at the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff, the UK.罗丹出生在重庆,2000年毕业于四川美术学院附属中学。他在德国卡塞尔艺术学院学习。2004年,他毕业于四川美术学院油画系,曾在英国威尔士大学卡地夫学院深造。Asked whether his father gave him artistic advice over the years, Luo says, ;I tried to hide my paintings from him since I felt a bit awkward. I want to retain the purity and distinctiveness of my own art.;问及这些年他的父亲是否给予他艺术指导,罗丹说,“我试图对他隐藏我的绘画,因为我感到有点尴尬。我想保留自己艺术的纯洁和特殊之处。” /201305/241789

  

  

  

  Gentlemen, how many times you#39;ve found yourself with the right girl, wrapped in one another#39;s arms to create the right moment but have been lost for words? Well, you can avoid yourself the embarrassment by ing up these tips on the Most Romantic Things to Say to YOUR Girl。男士们,到底有多少次你发现和自己心爱的女生在一起,你们相拥搂抱气氛恰到好处,却发现自己语塞了?其实这样的尴尬可以避免,看了下面这些小贴士,学学如何对自己喜欢的女生说情话吧。5. You#39;re smile can brighten up the most dullest of days再黯淡的日子都可以被你的笑容点亮Being Romantic in other words means showering her with compliments. Praising her hairstyle, getting mesmerized by her eyes and being bamboozled by her smile. When you want to lighten up her mood simply gush about her beauty and she#39;ll wrap you in her arms sooner than you could wish for a hug。要想浪漫,其实就是用赞美的好话把她淹没。称赞她的发型,迷恋她的眼睛,爱上她的笑容。仅仅是夸赞她的美逗她开心,让她拥有好心情,她就会投入到你的怀抱中去了。4. You look pretty without any make-up, just the way you are不化妆的你也很好看,自然就好Every woman is beautiful in her way. And she loves nothing more than being told so; especially by her man. When you see her next, admire her face, look deep into her eyes and say with all your heart how beautiful you think she is。每个女人都有着自然的魅力。所以这句话绝对是百说百灵,尤其是从她男人的嘴里说出来。下次看到她,称赞她的脸,深深注视着她的眼睛,然后发自肺腑赞叹一下她的美丽吧。3. I love what I become when I am with you我喜欢和你在一起时的我Very few things can brighten a girl up as much as her knowing that she has a positive and great impact on your life and your being. Let her in on how she is an indispensable part of your life and that you are the best you will ever be thanks to her。让女生知道她对你的生活和为人起到了正面积极的影响,才能真正让她开心起来。让她知道她是你生活中不可或缺的一部分,正是因为她才会有更好的你。2. You complete me你使我完整Tom Cruise had all the women in the world go ‘aawww#39; when he said these words to a demure Renee Zellweger. Though clichéd, ‘You complete me#39; is the most wholesome and lovable thing you can tell your woman. It will melt her anger away in a jiffy and forgiveness shall be dispensed without further ado。当电影《甜心先生》中汤姆·克鲁斯对端庄的蕾妮·齐薇格说出这句话时,全世界的女人都为之惊叹。虽然是陈词滥调,但“你使我完整”真的是一句最经典最浪漫的话语,可以瞬间让她的怒气消失,毫不犹豫的选择原谅你。1. You are my companion, confidante, love and life你是我的伴侣、知己、爱人和生命Simple, yet honest is always effective. Telling her that she is everything and anything you could ever ask for is the most wonderful way to get her to believe in your love for her。其实很简单,坦诚才是最有效的。告诉她她是你的一切,你所渴求的不过是让她深深的相信你爱她。 /201305/242061

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