To my Readers

孔夫子说,学而时习之,不亦说乎。这个博客的大部分内容,是“学而时习之”的结果,是点滴思考的记录。深刻是说不上的,错讹时或有之。

夫子又说,有朋自远方来,不亦乐乎。乐趣该是来自二三子切磋琢磨,探讨学理的过程。因而,恳请诸位不要吝惜留下自己的见解与评论。对我来说,自然是受教而得益,而我这块顽石,或许也还有一点攻玉之用。

至于为人所不知,是意料中事,并没有愠的理由。做学问是件安静的事,在安静中,我有我的快乐。

Until you have made your own survey and your own closer inspection you might at least beware and avoid accepting opinions:
1 From men who haven’t themselves produced notable work.
2 From men who have not themselves taken the risk of printing the results of their own personal inspection and survey, even if they are seriously making one.

Ezra Pound, ABC of Reading

The only thing that does not avenge itself upon him are his notes.

Elias Canetti, The Secret Heart of the Clock

3 thoughts on “To my Readers

  1. Yu Shan says:

    深夜在温习商科无聊至极的时候,突然注意到这个主页,然后睡意全无。我想说,除去那90%我无法理解从而自惭形秽的内容,从太多灵动的文字里随意挑出两句:【在安静中,我有我的快乐】【人都有无关功利单纯从智力活动中获得愉悦的本能】(回复的时候找不到原文仅凭印象复述,若有不尊重原著之嫌请见谅)。 由此想说其实人还有一个本能,是因为共鸣而感到温暖。其实应该被人所知,因为此处的道与吟,实在是力量和光芒

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