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Renée Carlino

You know when you’re looking at someone and you can’t help but smile at how oblivious they are to their own charm? That’s what was happening to me, and it was making me feel…happy. Euphoric. Something indescribable. It was like we already knew each other, like we had met in a previous life. Memories that didn’t exist began exploding in my mind like fireworks.
I smiled at him; he smiled back. There was some sort of affinity between us, but I didn’t know where it was coming from, exactly. I didn’t know this guy half an hour ago, but now I needed to know him.
He glanced past me at the mural, and then he searched my eyes, squinting. “Have we met before?” he asked.

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Nathan Weber

Mon visage a quelque chose en plus. Des rides en moins.

Intérioriser et accumuler les émotions négatives n’est jamais bon pour votre santé à long terme. Les premiers organes touchés par ce sentiment de stress et d’énervement sont l’estomac ou encore la vésicule biliaire. Il est peut-être temps de lâcher prise et de vous débarrasser de cette frustration qui est en train de s’installer en vous !

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Touring Club Suisse, Wikipédia

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Carrefour Ségny

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Aung San Suu Kyi

There were high hopes when Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for Democracy party delivered a crushing electoral blow to Myanmar’s decades-long military dictatorship. But the ensuing year and a half has provided cause for dismay as well as for hope.
The army’s brutal repression of the Muslim Rohingya minority has only intensified, with quiet acceptance from Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi. Ethnic conflicts have increased in the face of her tepid attempts at conciliation.
The military’s continued dominance of the country, despite her party’s control of Parliament, restricts her ability to move the country forward. But, while Myanmar is much freer since the end of military rule, her acquiescence to repressive measures against free expression is another indication that she is part of the problem.

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Naomi Watanabe

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Alexandra O’Brien

One week out of every month we have an 18 percent premium for men, which is the same amount as the gender pay gap.

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一、こんなものを手すさびにつくったから、何かの物入れにして下さい。 一、物入れにするのは勿体ない芸術品です。
二、山奥のくらしだから、こんなものを眺めて海を思い出して下さる日もございましょう。 二、なるほど若狭の海の光景がうかびます。
三、かなり口がひろがりすぎて、依頼主にわたすと何やかや文句をいわれるやもしれんので、あなたに送ります。くず入れにでもしてくれませんか。 三、くず入れなどもってのほかです。
四、魚籠というものは、もともと魚を入れるためにつくるものですが、仕上がってみると、形がはなはだおもしろく、魚を入れなくても、壁かけにして、花でも活けてもらうと楽しいです。どうか、お好きなようにお使い下さい。 四、花を活けるのはいいですね。中に竹筒を入れれば、たしかに壁かけになります。それがいちばん山の家にふさわしい。秋は花がいちめん。さっそく、野生のコスモスをとってきてつめこんてみたくなりました。
五、からっぽの魚籠はどこか淋しいですか、考えようによっては、物を入れなくても香しい風光かつまっています。本来無一物。中有風露天日(なかにふうろのかおりあり)といったところですか。 五、だが、最後の風露香もいいですね。たしかに、魚籠は魚を収穫した時の入れ物にちがいありませんが、魚が入っていなくても、風格があります。この風格は、魚龍独得のかたちにあります。水につけておけば、収穫の魚が生きておれるのですが、魚も水も入っていない入れ物はたしかに淋しさはあるとはいうものの、中に香しい空気がみちあふれています。
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Andrew J. Bacevich

Reality turns out to be considerably more complicated. In practice, civilian control—expectations that the brass, having rendered advice, will then loyally execute whatever decision the commander-in-chief makes—is at best a useful fiction.
In front of the curtain, the generals and admirals defer; behind the curtain, on all but the smallest of issues, the military’s collective leadership pursue their own agenda informed by their own convictions of what is good for the country and, by extension, for the institutions over which they preside. In this regard, the Pentagon’s behavior does not differ from that of automakers, labor unions, the movie business, environmental groups, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Israel lobby, or the NAACP.

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Le Monde

Après l’annonce en janvier d’un plan dit de « nettoyage » pour « reconquérir la souveraineté chinoise sur Internet », le gouvernement chinois a demandé, le 11 juillet, aux entreprises de télécommunications de fermer tout accès aux VPN avant le 1er février 2018. Déjà, samedi 29 juillet, Apple a, sur demande des autorités chinoise, retiré de son magasin d’applications en ligne tous les VPN qui s’y trouvaient.
En Russie également les lois de contrôle du Web se sont multipliées ces dernières années. Vladimir Poutine a signé, le week-end du 29 au 30 juillet, un projet de loi adopté par le Parlement interdisant de facto les VPN dans le pays, ainsi que d’autres logiciels permettant de contourner la censure, comme le navigateur Tor. Une décision justifiée par le Kremlin comme nécessaire à la lutte contre le terrorisme, le trafic de drogue et d’autres délits.

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Adam Segal

Reports this month that the United Arab Emirates orchestrated the hacking of a Qatari news agency, helping to incite a crisis in the Middle East, are as unsurprising as they are unwelcome. For years, countries — in particular Russia — have used cyberattacks and the dissemination of disinformation through social media and news outlets to provoke protests, sway elections and undermine trust in institutions. It was only a matter of time before smaller states tried their hand at these tactics.
With few accepted rules of behavior in cyberspace, countries as big as China or as small as Bahrain can be expected to use these kinds of attacks. And they may eventually spill over into real-world military conflicts.

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政府は2017年6月に決定した「経済財政運営と改革の基本方針2017」において、Society 5.0(超スマート社会)の実現を目指した取組を打ち出している。Society 5.0とは、「サイバー空間の積極的な利活用を中心とした取組を通して、新しい価値やサービスが次々と創出され、人々に豊かさをもたらす、狩猟社会、農耕社会、工業社会、情報社会に続く人類史上5番目の社会」とされている。少子高齢化が進む我が国において、個人が活き活きと暮らせる豊かな社会を実現するためには、IoTの普及などにみられるシステム化やネットワーク化の取組を、ものづくり分野だけでなく、様々な分野に広げ、経済成長や健康長寿社会の形成等につなげることが重要である。
Society 5.0が実現すると、時間や空間に縛られない働き方が増加し得る。人々はAI、ロボット等の機械との協調により、それぞれの能力を伸ばし、自分自身にあった働き方を実現するほか、仮想現実や拡張現実等のICTを活用した高度なテレワークによる「働き方のスマート化」が実現し得る。
今後、Society 5.0の実現によって、個人が自分の意思で働く場所と時間を選択する、すなわち、自分のライフスタイルを自分で選べるような社会になることが期待される。

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Andrey Krutskikh

When humanity realized the horror of biological weapons, it banned them. We are in the same situation right now. We should avoid the mistakes of the Atomic Age, when we first armed ourselves sufficiently to destroy each other, and then began to disarm.
In our wisdom, we should agree not to militarize cyberspace, and set some international ground rules.
We have one small task ahead – convincing the United States and NATO members. But they need to understand that we are all in the same boat, and must row in the same direction.
The main platforms for promoting the new norms should be the UN and the OSCE.

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Romain Gary

L’amour, tu sais, ce dont il a le plus besoin, c’est l’imagination. Il faut que chacun invente l’autre avec toute son imagination, avec toutes ses forces et qu’il ne cède pas un pouce du terrain à la réalité ; alors, là, lorsque deux imaginations se rencontrent… il n’y a rien de plus beau.

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Frank Wilczek

The Schrödinger equation is approximate, in two important ways. First, it is based on nonrelativistic (Newtonian) mechanics, rather than on Einstein’s relativistic mechanics. Paul Dirac, in 1928, provided another equation for electron wave functions that obeys the assumptions of special relativity. Second, it does not contain the effects of quantum fluctuations, such as virtual photons, on the electrons. Nevertheless, the Schrödinger equation is accurate enough for most practical applications of quantum theory to chemistry, materials science, and biology, and it is the version of quantum theory that is usually adopted in treating those subjects.

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Donato Bergandi

We are living in a very advanced stage of a dystopian ecological catastrophe. At the planetary level, relatively few humans are consistently conscious of the deterioration of the life-support systems that allow life to persist and evolve on this planet. In the meantime, the destruction of nature means enrichment for a tiny part of humanity, and goes hand in hand with severe environmental and economic losses for the great majority. This is particularly true in developing countries, where there still is an environment able to sustain higher levels of biodiversity in comparison to the environmentally more fragmented, economically advanced countries.

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Tim Wu

When science fiction writers first imagined robot invasions, the idea was that bots would become smart and powerful enough to take over the world by force, whether on their own or as directed by some evildoer. In reality, something only slightly less scary is happening. Robots are getting better, every day, at impersonating humans. When directed by opportunists, malefactors and sometimes even nation-states, they pose a particular threat to democratic societies, which are premised on being open to the people.

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Gary Dagorn

Un iceberg de 5 800 km² vient de se détacher de la barrière de Larsen.

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Johannes Jakob Fürst, Gaël Durand, Fabien Gillet-Chaulet, Laure Tavard, Melanie Rankl, Matthias Braun, Olivier Gagliardini

The future fate of the Antarctic ice sheet under a warming climate is dynamically tied to geometric changes of the floating ice shelves. The reason is that ice shelves transmit buttressing to upstream regions. Sources for buttressing are shearing at lateral confinements and positions where the ice shelf locally runs aground, such as at ice rises and ice rumples. As Antarctic ice shelves are known to be thinning at increasing rates, their buttressing potential is expected to reduce. Under continuous atmospheric warming over t he Antarctic Peninsula, vast ice-shelf areas have already be en lost. Before break-up, ice shelves accommodated a certain gradual recession of the ice front. During this recession, a transition of the calving front was observed from being convex to be coming concave, reaching either further or less out into the ocean between any anchor points. After break-up, the extant glacier fronts were no longer buttressed and tributary glaciers accelerated with, in places, an eightfold velocity increase. This had direct consequences for ice flowing over the boundary between grounded and floating ice—that is, the ice discharge over the grounding line. More than one decade after the major break-up events on the Antarctic Peninsula, glaciers still adjust to these past perturbations.

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Hamid Dabashi

The question is not which brand of journalism closely approximates to the truth. None do completely: They all come close to truth with their specific fusion of blindness and insights. The question for the world at large is how The New York Times and its Israeli shadow, Haaretz, have lost their monopoly of telling the truth in a manner that best safeguards their common interests in normalising the interests of US/Israeli military domination of the globe – for that is their paramount function.
Al Jazeera just adds one lens, a very modest lens, like all other lenses predicated on both its blindness and insights, limitations and abilities, and it is precisely that modesty which has exposed all other news venues, chief among them “the papers of record”, for what they are: a vested interest in telling us how to think. Al Jazeera does not replace or supplant The New York Times or Haaretz or the BBC. It just puts them in their rightful place: just one quick “freewheeling” click away from Al Jazeera, and then let the chips fall where they may!

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Daria Aminova

The English language has more than 1 million words. Nevertheless, it’s difficult to find an exact translation for certain Russian words, especially if the meaning is related to the enigmatic “Russian soul.”

Nadryv: German Wikipedia has an entire article dedicated to the word nadryv (надрыв). This is a key concept in the writings of Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky. The word describes an uncontrollable emotional outburst, when a person releases intimate, deeply hidden feelings.
Moreover, Dostoevsky’s nadryv implies a situation in which the protagonist indulges in the thought that he can find in his soul something that may not even exist. That’s why the nadryv often expressed imaginary, excessively exaggerated and distorted feelings. One part of the novel, Brothers Karamazov, is called “Nadryvs.”

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子獨不見狸 狌乎?卑身而伏,以候敖者,東西跳梁,不辟高下,中於機辟,死於罔罟。今夫斄牛,其大若垂天之雲,此能為大矣,而不能執鼠。今子有大樹,患其無用,何不樹之於無何有之鄉,廣莫之野,彷徨乎無為其側,逍遙乎寢臥其下?不夭斤斧,物無害者,無所可用,安所困苦哉!

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かなり綿密な「美のデータベース」が、普遍的な共有財産として存在しないと、「見立て」は成立しない。これが成立するというのは、かなりハイブローな文化性の証左と言っていい。 卑近な例で言えば、春の彼岸に食べるモチを牡丹に見立てて「ぼたもち」と称し、同じものでも、秋の彼岸になると萩に見立てて「おはぎ」と称するというのは、そうした共有財産がないと成立しない。 ところが、最近はこの財産の共有性が薄れてきているので、平気で、春でも「おはぎ」秋でも「ぼたもち」といったりする。

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Kenneth Grahame, Charles van Sandwyk

When Mole is drawn out of his underground abode (‘Hang spring-cleaning!’) by the imperious call of Spring, he is fascinated by the world above his home. The first animal he meets is lively Ratty, who introduces him to the beauties of the river and the joys of ‘simply messing about in boats’. Mr Toad, irrepressible aristocrat and creature of crazes, shatters this rural calm with his discovery of the automobile. ‘Villages skipped, towns and cities jumped – always somebody else’s horizon! Oh, bliss! Oh, poop-poop!’ Soon he is risking life and limb indulging his new-found passion, experiencing brushes with the law and landing himself in prison, much to the concern of his friends. Even stern Badger cannot control Toad’s lunatic enthusiasms and wild antics, until they are all faced with a tremendous battle against the scheming stoats and wheedling weasels that have taken over Toad Hall. Can the four friends win against the frightening denizens of the Wild Wood? And does our irresponsible hero really become ‘an altered Toad’?

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Richard Conniff

This is how I want to be dead. That is, in the woods, with wild things all around.

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Les Vins du Valais

Il a été introduit au milieu du XIXe siècle par le Conseil d’Etat, dans le but de dynamiser la viticulture valaisanne, alors dans une période de transition. Mûrement réfléchie, cette action a engendré une spectaculaire progression de la surface plantée. Il faut dire que le Pinot Noir, cépage précoce, supportant sans autre sécheresse et froid, ne pouvait que réussir en Valais. Il donne naissance à des vins d’expressions très variées, témoins de la grande diversité des terroirs. Le Pinot Noir est notamment remarquable sur les calcaires très actifs de la région de Salquenen et de Sierre, ainsi qu’en rive gauche où il profite d’un cycle de maturation un peu plus long, idéal pour la complexité et la fraîcheur de ses arômes.

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Ulrich Boser

A forgotten memory is a lot like an old file on your computer. While the document still exists, you don’t have a good way of getting to it, and today many memory researchers don’t even use the word “forgetting.” The term implies that a recollection is gone forever. Instead, forgetting is a matter of “retrieval failure.”

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Patrick Filleux

« L’homme commence par les pieds », écrivait l’anthropologue André Leroi-Gourhan. Une évidence que le XXe siècle a voulu oublier, à grand renfort de transports, d’efficacité, de performance. Depuis dix ans, la marche retrouve pourtant ses lettres de noblesses. Randonnée, trek, balade urbaine ou périple littéraire, les Français seraient près de quinze millions à mettre un pied devant l’autre… et à y prendre du plaisir.

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「野に咲く花は美しい」ことは皆さんご存知だと思います。では、なぜ人は花を摘み取り飾るのでしょうか? 人は、自然の姿が美しいことを知っていながらも生活空間に花を飾り、その華やかな彩りを取り入れ、自らの感性を刺激しながら暮らしたいから、と考えます。そう考える一方で、実は私自身がこの考え方に少し抵抗を感じていました。なぜなら、綺麗な花を自分の手の届くところに飾りたいという人間のエゴが見え隠れしているように感じるからです。しかし、このエゴを含めても、花を飾ることには意味があるのだと思うようになりました。

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Alina Dizik

For many, it seems the career ladder is dead, but what’s replacing it may be more daunting. A career web, or lattice, is a professional path where lateral moves are as important to a worker’s end goal as traditional promotions and upwards mobility.
Many are still figuring out how to deal with the exhausting amount of opportunities that go with navigating this less traditional, flatter career path.
Workers are shifting to a web or labyrinth – there’s no career ladder you should climb. For most people it’s a good thing because, the ladder construct forces everybody to be shooting for a single position at the top – it’s a recipe for lack of success.

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Travis Bradberry

8 Habits of Incredibly Interesting People

  • They are passionate.
  • They try new things.
  • They don’t hide their quirks.
  • They avoid the bandwagon.
  • They check their egos at the door.
  • They’re always learning.
  • They share what they discover.
  • They don’t worry about what others think of them.
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Kai-Fu Lee

… the A.I. products that now exist are improving faster than most people realize and promise to radically transform our world, not always for the better. They are only tools, not a competing form of intelligence. But they will reshape what work means and how wealth is created, leading to unprecedented economic inequalities and even altering the global balance of power.
It is imperative that we turn our attention to these imminent challenges.
One way or another, we are going to have to start thinking about how to minimize the looming A.I.-fueled gap between the haves and the have-nots, both within and between nations. Or to put the matter more optimistically: A.I. is presenting us with an opportunity to rethink economic inequality on a global scale. These challenges are too far-ranging in their effects for any nation to isolate itself from the rest of the world.

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『評伝 石牟礼道子─渚(なぎさ)に立つひと』(米本浩二著、新潮社)が胸を打つ。

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  潮 熟   潮 熟
  毛 田   も 田
  可 津   か 津
  奈 尓   な に
  比 舩   ひ 船
  沼 乗   ぬ 乗
  今 世   今 り
  者 武   は せ
  許 登   漕 む
  藝 月   ぎ と
  气 待   出 月
  菜 者   で 待
        な て

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Maryanne Wolf

We were never born to read. Human beings invented reading only a few thousand years ago. And with this invention, we rearranged the very organization of our brain, which in turn expanded the ways we were able to think, which altered the intellectual evolution of our species. Reading is one of the single most remarkable inventions in history; the ability to record history is one of its consequences. Our ancestors’ invention could come about only because of the human brain’s extraordinary ability to make new connections among its existing structures, a process made possible by the brain’s ability to be shaped by experience. This plasticity at the heart of the brain’s design forms the basis for much of who we are, and who we might become.

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William Leith

When people started to read and write, it was not seen universally as a good thing. On the contrary, some people, including Socrates, thought it might be terribly damaging, in the same way that many people today see computer games and text messages as damaging.
Socrates came from a culture where you had to remember everything, and he thought that having to memorise things meant you understood them better. Writing things down, he thought,would actually mean writing them down and forgetting them.

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色や形、大きさは? 包装はどんなものなんだろう? 中身が確認できると良いのに。

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Влади́мир Пу́тин, Oliver Stone

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While mums often nag us to perfection, dads teach us how to be imperfectly perfect, which is much needed for balancing ourselves. Life throws at us unexpected expectations. Sometimes we aren’t prepared for the challenges. Posing perfection at those times could be taxing, that is when the little window of allowing ourselves to be sans judgement and beliefs is a savior.

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Ministère de l’Education nationale

  • Suffit-il d’observer pour connaître ?
  • Tout ce que j’ai le droit de faire est-il juste ?
  • La raison peut-elle rendre raison de tout ?
  • Une oeuvre d’art est-elle nécessairement belle ?
  • Défendre ses droits, est-ce défendre ses intérêts ?
  • Peut-on se libérer de sa culture ?
  • Y a-t-il un mauvais usage de la raison ?
  • Pour trouver le bonheur, faut-il le rechercher ?
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Robert T. Lackey

I am concerned that policy-biased science is increasingly common in the scientific enterprise, as it undermines the credibility of science and scientists in public policy debates. This situation is especially unfortunate because scientific information is essential in many policy debates; such as, conflicts over scarce water resources; approaches to addressing wild fires; adapting to changing climate; policies toward native versus non-native species; and, balancing risks and benefits of genetically modified organisms.
Science is not value-free, but it should be objective and policy should be based on the best science available. Too often, however, scientific information presented to the public and decision-makers is infused with hidden policy preferences. Such science is termed normative and it is a corruption of the practice of good science. Normative science is defined as “information that is developed, presented, or interpreted based on an assumed, usually unstated, preference for a particular policy choice.”
Yes, scientific information must remain a cornerstone of public policy decisions about natural resource and ecological issues, but I offer cautionary guidance to scientists. Become involved with policy issues and deliberations, but play the appropriate role. Provide facts, probabilities, and analysis, but avoid slipping into normative science. Scientists have much to offer the public and decision-makers, but also have much to lose when they practice stealth policy advocacy.

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  • 永享2年、東坊城益長が儀式の最中ににこっと笑顔を作った。義教は「将軍を笑った」と激怒し、益長は所領を没収された上、蟄居させられている。
  • 永享4年、一条兼良邸で闘鶏が行われ、多数の人々が見物に訪れた。そのため義教の行列が通ることが出来ず、激怒。義教は闘鶏を禁止し、京都中のニワトリを洛外へ追放した。
  • 義教は側室日野重子の兄である日野義資に対して青蓮院門跡時代から恨みを持っており、将軍に就任すると義資の所領を没収し、謹慎させた。永享6年、重子が子(後の足利義勝)を産むと、叔父になる義資のもとに祝賀の客が訪れた。これを不快に思った義教は訪れた客すべてを処罰した。さらに6月8日には義資が何者かに斬殺され首を取られた。犯人については明らかにならなかったが、義教の討手であるという噂が流れた。この噂をした参議高倉永藤は硫黄島流刑となった。
  • 比叡山根本中堂の炎上に関する噂をすることを固く禁じ、その禁に触れた商人は斬首された。
  • 酌の仕方が下手だという理由で侍女(少納言局)は激しく殴られ、髪を切って尼にさせられた。
  • 説教しようとした日蓮宗の僧日親は、灼熱の鍋を頭からかぶせられ、二度と喋ることができないようにを切られた。
  • 猿楽においては、音阿弥を重く用いる一方で、世阿弥を冷遇して佐渡へ配流した。




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Tristan Harris

Well every time I check my phone, I’m playing the slot machine to see, “What did I get?” This is one way to hijack people’s minds and create a habit, to form a habit. What you do is you make it so when someone pulls a lever, sometimes they get a reward, an exciting reward. And it turns out that this design technique can be embedded inside of all these products.

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Larry Rosen

What we find is the typical person checks their phone every 15 minutes or less and half of the time they check their phone there is no alert, no notification. It’s coming from inside their head telling them, “Gee, I haven’t check in Facebook in a while. I haven’t checked on this Twitter feed for a while. I wonder if somebody commented on my Instagram post.” That then generates cortisol and it starts to make you anxious. And eventually your goal is to get rid of that anxiety so you check in.

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「どちらに優先権があるのか、ハッキリしない」という場合に使われるのが、この「タマゴか先か、ニワトリが先か」という言葉。「タマゴがなければニワトリは生まれないのだからタマゴが先だ」「いや、ニワトリがいなければタマゴは生まれないのだから、ニワトリが先だ」― 一見(一聴)、どちらの言い分ももっともに聞こえ、どちらが正しいとは言いかねる。

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