台湾电影发展中的情怀艺术与作者论体现

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“【e16】大发快三一分钟全天计划”ItwouldappearthateveninthePythagoreanschooltherehadbeenareactionagainstadoctrinewhichitsfounderhadbeenthefirsttopopulariseinHellas.ThePythagoreanshadalwaysattributedgreatimportancetotheconceptionsofharmonyandnumericalproportion;andtheysooncametothinkofthesoulasaratiowhichthedifferentelementsoftheanimalbodyboretooneanother;orasamusicalconcordresultingfromthejointactionofitsvariousmembers,whichmightbecomparedtothestringsofalute.ButBeforewecancometoadecisiononthispointitwillbenecessarybrieflytorecapitulatethestatementsinquestion.Socratesisdefendinghimselfagainstacapitalcharge.Hefearsthataprejudicerespectinghimmayexistinthemindsofthejury,andtriestoexplainhowitarosewithoutanyfaultofhis,asfollows:—AcertainfriendofhishadaskedtheoracleatDelphiwhethertherewasanymanwiserthanSocrates?Theanswerwasthatnomanwaswiser.Notbeingconsciousofpossessinganywisdom,greatorsmall,hefeltconsiderablysurprisedonhearingofthisdeclaration,andthoughttoconvincethegodoffalsehoodbyfindingoutsomeonewiserthanhimself.Hefirstwenttoaneminentpolitician,who,however,proved,onexamination,tobeutterlyignorant,withthefurtherdisadvantagethatitwasimpossibletoconvincehimofhisignorance.Onapplyingthesametesttoothersapreciselysimilarresultwasobtained.Itwasonlythehandicraftsmenwhocouldgiveasatisfactoryaccountofthemselves,andtheirknowledgeofonetrademadethemfancythattheyunderstoodeverythingelseequallywell.ThusthemeaningoftheoraclewasshowntobethatGodaloneistrulywise,andthatofallmenheiswisestwho,likeSocrates,perceivesthathumanwisdomisworthlittleornothing.Eversincethen,Socrateshasmadeithisbusinesstovindicatethedivineveracitybyseekingoutandexposingeverypretendertoknowledgethathecanfind,alineofconductwhichhasmadehimextremelyunpopularinAthens,whileithasalsowonhimagreatreputationforwisdom,aspeoplesupposedthatthemattersonwhichheconvictedothersofignorancewereperfectlycleartohimself.

OurreadershavenowbeforethemeverythingofimportancethatisknownabouttheSophists,andsomethingmorethatisnotknownforcertain,butmay,wethink,bereasonablyconjectured.Takingthewholeclasstogether,theyrepresentacombinationofthreedistincttendencies,theendeavourtosupplyanencyclopaedictrainingforyouth,thecultivationofpoliticalrhetoricasaspecialart,andthesearchafterascientificfoundationforethicsderivedfromtheresultsofpreviousphilosophy.Withregardtothelastpoint,theyagreeindrawingafundamentaldistinctionbetweenNatureandLaw,butsometakeoneandsometheotherfortheirguide.ThepartisansofNatureleantothesideofamorecomprehensiveeducation,whiletheiropponentstendmoreandmoretolayanexclusivestressonoratoricalproficiency.Bothschoolsareatlastinfectedbythemoralcorruptionoftheday,naturalrightbecomingidentifiedwiththeinterestofthestronger,andhumanismleadingtothedenialofobjectivereality,thesubstitutionofillusionforknowledge,andtheconfusionofmomentarygratificationwithmoralgood.Thedialecticalhabitofconsideringeveryquestionundercontradictoryaspectsdegeneratesintoeristicprize-fightinganddeliberatedisregardoftheconditionswhichalonemakeargumentpossible.Finally,thecomponentelementsofSophisti103cismaredissociatedfromoneanother,andareeitherseparatelydevelopedorpassoverintonewcombinations.Rhetoric,apartfromspeculation,absorbsthewholetimeandtalentofanIsocrates;generalcultureisimpartedbyaprofessorialclasswithoutoriginality,butwithoutreproach;naturalismandsensuousidealismareworkedupintosystematiccompletionforthesakeoftheirphilosophicalinterestalone;andthenameofsophistryisunhappilyfastenedbyAristotleonpaidexhibitionsofverbalwranglingwhichthegreatSophistswouldhaveregardedwithindignationanddisgust.Turningfromdialectictoethics,Platoinlikemannerfeelstheneedofinterposingamediatorbetweenreasonandappetite.Thequalitychosenforthispurposehecallsθυμ??,atermwhichdoesnot,ashasbeenerroneouslysupposed,correspondtoourwordWill,butrathertopride,orthefeelingofpersonalhonour.Itisboththeseatofmilitarycourageandthenaturalauxiliaryofreason,withwhichitco-operatesinrestrainingtheanimaldesires.ItisacharacteristicdifferencebetweenSocratesandPlatothattheformershouldhavehabituallyreinforcedhisargumentsforvirtuebyappealstoself-interest;whilethelatter,withhisaristocraticwayoflookingatthings,preferstoenlisttheaidofahaughtierfeelingontheirbehalf.Aristotlefollowedinthesametrackwhenhetaughtthattobeovercomebyangerislessdiscreditablethantobeovercomebydesire.Inrealitynoneoftheinstinctstendingtoself-preservationismorepraiseworthythananother,ormoreamenabletothecontrolofreason.Plato’stripartitedivisionofmindcannotbemade225tofitintotheclassificationsofmodernpsychology,whichareadaptednotonlytoamoreadvancedstateofknowledgebutalsotomorecomplexconditionsoflife.Butthecharactersofwomen,bytheirgreatersimplicityanduniformity,showtosomeextentwhatthoseofmenmayoncehavebeen;anditwill,perhaps,confirmtheanalysisofthePhaedrustorecallthefactthatpersonalprideisstillassociatedwithmoralprincipleintheguardianshipoffemalevirtue.

WehavesaidthatProtagoraswasapartisanofNomos,orconvention,againstNature.Thatwastheconservativesideofhischaracter.Still,NomoswasnotwithhimwhatithadbeenwiththeolderGreeks,animmutabletraditionindistinguishablefromphysicallaw.Itwasahumancreation,andrepresentedtheoutcomeofinheritedexperience,admittingalwaysofchangeforthebetter.Hencethevastimportancewhichheattributedtoeducation.This,nodoubt,wasmagnifyinghisownoffice,forthetrainingofyouthwashisprofession.But,unquestionably,thefeelingsofhismoreliberalcontemporarieswentwithhim.Agenerationbefore,Pindarhadspokenscornfullyofintellectualcultureasavainattempttomakeupfortheabsenceofgeniuswhichthegodsalonecouldgive.YetPindarhimselfwasalwayscarefultodwellontheservicesrenderedbyprofessionaltrainerstothe93victoriousathleteswhosepraiseshesang,andtherewasreallynoreasonwhygeniusandcultureshouldbepermanentlydissociated.AThemistoclesmightdecideoffhandonthequestionsbroughtbeforehim;aPericles,dealingwithmuchmorecomplexinterests,alreadyneededamorecarefulpreparation.

ThesubstantialformsofAristotle,combiningastheydothenotionofadefinitionwiththatofamovingcauseandafulfilledpurpose,areevidentlyderivedfromthePlatonicIdeas;areflectionwhichatonceleadsustoconsidertherelationinwhichhestandstothespiritualismofPlatoandtothemathematicalidealismoftheNeo-Pythagoreans.Heagreeswiththeminthinkingthatgeneralconceptionsarethesoleobjectofknowledge—thesoleenduringrealityinaworldofchange.Hediffersfromtheminmaintainingthatsuchconceptionshavenoexistenceapartfromtheparticularsinwhichtheyreside.IthasbeenquestionedwhetherAristotleeverreallyunderstoodhismaster’steachingonthesubject.Amongrecentcritics,M.BarthélemySaint-Hilaireasserts,336withconsiderablevehemence,thathedidnot.ItiscertainthatinsomerespectsAristotleisnotjusttothePlatonictheory,thatheexaggeratesitsabsurdities,ignoresitsdevelopments,andoccasionallybringschargesagainstitwhichmightberetortedwithatleastequaleffectagainsthisownphilosophy.Butonthemostimportantpointofall,whetherPlatodidordidnotascribeaseparateexistencetohisIdeas,wecouldhardlybelieveadiscipleoftwentyyears’standing229tobemistaken,evenifthemasterhadnotleftonrecordadecisivetestimonytotheaffirmativesideinhisParmenides,andonescarcelylessdecisiveinhisTimaeus.230Andsofarasthecontroversyreducesitselftothisparticularissue,Aristotleisentirelyright.Hismostpowerfulargumentsarenot,indeed,original,havingbeenanticipatedbyPlatohimself;butastheywereleftunansweredhehadaperfectrighttorepeatthem,andhisdialecticalskillwasgreatenoughtomakehimindependentoftheirsupport.Theextrememinutenessofhiscriticismiswearisometous,whocanhardlyconceivehowanotheropinioncouldeverhavebeenheld.YetsuchwasthefascinationexercisedbyPlato’sidealism,thatnotonlywasitupheldwithconsiderableacrimonybyhisimmediatefollowers,231butunderoneformoranotherithasbeenrevivedoverandoveragain,inthelongperiodwhichhaselapsedsinceitsfirstpromulgation,andoneveryoneoftheseoccasionstheargumentsofAristotlehavebeenraisedupagaintomeetit,eachtimewithtriumphantsuccess.Ockham’srazor,Entianonsuntsinenecessitatemultiplicanda,isborrowedfromtheMetaphysics;Locke’sprincipalobjectiontoinnateideascloselyresemblesthesarcasticobservationin337thelastchapterofthePosteriorAnalytics,that,accordingtoPlato’stheory,wemusthavesomeverywonderfulknowledgeofwhichwearenotconscious.232AndtheweaponswithwhichTrendelenburgandothershavewagedwaronHegelareavowedlydrawnfromtheAristotelianarsenal.233

VI.Apart,however,fromabstractspeculation,theideal156methodseemstohaveexercisedanimmediateandpowerfulinfluenceonArt,aninfluencewhichwasanticipatedbySocrateshimself.IntwoconversationsreportedbyXenophon,102heimpressesonParrhasius,thepainter,andCleito,thesculptor,theimportanceofsoanimatingthefacesandfigureswhichtheyrepresentedastomakethemexpresshumanfeelings,energies,anddispositions,particularlythoseofthemostinterestingandelevatedtype.Andsuch,infact,wasthedirectionfollowedbyimitativeartafterPheidias,thoughnotwithoutdegeneratingintoasensationalismwhichSocrateswouldhaveseverelycondemned.Anotherandstillmoreremarkableproofoftheinfluenceexercisedonplasticrepresentationbyidealphilosophywas,perhaps,notforeseenbyitsfounder.WealludetothesubstitutionofabstractandgenericforhistoricalsubjectsbyGreeksculptureinitslaterstages,andnotbysculptureonly,butbydramaticpoetryaswell.Forearlyart,whetheritaddresseditselftotheeyeortotheimagination,andwhetheritssubjectsweretakenfromhistoryorfromfiction,hadalwaysbeenhistoricalinthissense,thatitexhibitedtheperformanceofparticularactionsbyparticularpersonsinagivenplaceandatagiventime;themodeofpresentmentmostnaturaltothosewhoseideasaremainlydeterminedbycontiguousassociation.TheschoolswhichcameafterSocratesletfallthelimitationsofconcretereality,andfoundtheunifyingprincipleoftheirworksinassociationbyresemblance,makingtheirfiguresthepersonificationofasingleattributeorgroupofattributes,andbringingtogetherformsdistinguishedbythecommunityoftheircharacteristicsortheconvergenceoftheirfunctions.ThusAphroditênolongerfiguredastheloverofArêsorAnchisês,butasthepersonificationoffemalebeauty;whileherstatuesweregroupedtogetherwithimagesofthestillmoretransparentabstractions,Love,Longing,andDesire.SimilarlyApollobecameapersonificationofmusicalenthusiasm,andDionysus157ofBacchicinspiration.Soalsodramaticart,oncecompletelyhistorical,evenwithAristophanes,nowchoseforitssubjectssuchconstantly-recurringtypesastheardentlover,thesternfather,theartfulslave,theboastfulsoldier,andthefawningparasite.103

SimpliciuscontinuedtowritecommentariesonAristotle362afterhisreturn,andwasevensucceededbyayoungergenerationofPlatonicexpositors;butbeforetheendofthesixthcenturypaganismwasextinct,andNeo-Platonism,asaseparateschoolofphilosophy,shareditsfate.Itwillbetheobjectofournextandconcludingchaptertoshowthatthedisappearanceoftheoldreligionandtheoldmethodsofteachingdidnotinvolveanyrealbreakinthecontinuityofthought,andthatmodernspeculationhasbeen,throughthegreaterpartofitshistory,areproductionofGreekideasinnewcombinationsandunderalterednames.

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     ThegermofthisnewdogmatismwaspresentinPlato’smindfromtheverybeginning,andwaspartlyaninheritancefromolderformsofthought.TheApologiahadreproducedoneimportantfeatureinthepositiveteachingofSocrates—thedistinctionbetweensoulandbody,andthenecessityofattendingtotheformerratherthantothelatter:andthishadnowacquiredsuchsignificanceastoleavenostanding-roomfortheagnosticismwithwhichithadbeenincompatiblefromthefirst.Thesameirresistibleforceofexpansionwhichhadbroughtthehumansoulintocommunionwithabsolutetruth,wastobeequallyverifiedinadifferentdirection.Platowastoomuchinterestedinpracticalquestionstobedivertedfromthemlongbyanytheoreticalphilosophy;or,perhaps,weshouldrathersaythatthisinteresthadaccompaniedandinspiredhimthroughout.Itisfromtheessentialrelativityofmind,theprofoundcravingforintellectualsympathywithotherminds,thatallmysticalimaginationsandsuper-subtleabstractionstakerise;sothat,whenthestrainoftranscendentabsorptionandecstasyisrelaxedunderthechillingbutbeneficentcontactofearthlyexperience,theybecome216condensedintoideasforthereconstitutionoflifeandsocietyonabasisofreciprocity,ofself-restraint,andofself-devotiontoacommonwealthgreaterandmoreenduringthananyindividual,while,atthesametime,presentingtoeachinobjectiveformtheprinciplebyvirtueofwhichonly,insteadofbeingdivided,hecanbecomereconciledwithhimself.Herewehavethecreedofallphilosophy,whethertheological,metaphysical,orpositive,thatthereis,orthatthereshouldbe,thisthreefoldunityoffeeling,ofaction,andofthought,ofthesoul,ofsociety,andofuniversalexistence,towinwhichiseverlastinglife,whiletobewithoutitiseverlastingdeath.Thiscreedmustbere-statedandre-interpretedateveryrevolutionofthought.Wehavetoseehowitwas,forthefirsttime,statedandinterpretedbyPlato.

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    TheoldageofPlatoseemstohavebeenmarkedbyrestlessactivityinmoredirectionsthanone.Hebeganvariousworkswhichwereneverfinished,andprojectedotherswhichwereneverbegun.Hebecamepossessedbyadevouringzealforsocialreform.ItseemedtohimthatnothingwaswantingbutanenlighteneddespottomakehisidealStateareality.Accordingtoonestory,hefanciedthatsuchaninstrumentmightbefoundintheyoungerDionysius.Ifso,hisexpectationswerespeedilydisappointed.AsHegelacutelyobserves,onlyamanofhalfmeasureswillallowhimselftobeguidedbyanother;andsuchamanwouldlacktheenergyneededtocarryoutPlato’sscheme.158Howeverthismaybe,thephilosopherdoesnotseemtohavegivenuphisideathatabsolutemonarchywas,afterall,thegovernmentfromwhichmostgoodmightbeexpected.Aprocessofsubstitutionwhichrunsthroughhiswholeintellectualevolutionwashereexemplifiedforthelasttime.Justasinhisethicalsystemknowledge,afterhavingbeenregardedsolelyasthemeansforprocuringanulteriorend,pleasure,subsequentlybecameanendinitself;justastheinterestinknowledgewassupersededbyamoreabsorbinginterestinthedialecticalmachinerywhichwastofacilitateitsacquisition,andthisagainbythesocialre-organisationwhichwastomakeeducationadepartmentoftheState;soalsothebeneficentdespotismoriginallyinvokedforthepurposeofestablishinganaristocracyonthenewmodel,cameatlasttoberegardedbyPlatoasitselfthebestformofgovernment.Such,atleast,seemstobethedriftofaremarkableDialoguecalledtheStatesman,whichweagreewithProf.JowettinplacingimmediatelybeforetheLaws.Somehavedenieditsauthenticity,andothershaveplaceditveryearlyintheentireseriesofPlatoniccompositions.Butitcontainspassagesof269suchblendedwitandeloquencethatnoothermancouldhavewrittenthem;andpassagessodestituteoflifethattheycouldonlyhavebeenwrittenwhenhissystemhadstiffenedintomathematicalpedantryandscholasticroutine.Moreover,itseemsdistinctlytoanticipatetheschemeofdetailedlegislationwhichPlatospenthislastyearsinelaborating.Aftercoveringwithridiculethenotionthatatrulycompetentrulershouldeverbehamperedbywrittenenactments,theprincipalspokesmanacknowledgesthat,intheabsenceofsucharuler,adefiniteandunalterablecodeoffersthebestguaranteesforpoliticalstability.

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    Theactivitiesofthesoularethought,sensation,reasoning,desire,attention,andsoforth:theactivitiesofbodyareheat,cold,impact,andgravitation;iftotheseweaddthecharacteristicsofmind,thelatterwillhavenospecialpropertiesby296whichitcanbeknown.Andeveninbodywedistinguishbetweenquantityandquality;theformer,atmost,beingcorporeal,andthelatternotcorporealatall.HerePlotinusjusttouchestheidealisticmethodofmodernspiritualism,butfailstofollowitanyfurther.HeseemstohaveadoptedAristotle’snaturalrealismasasufficienttheoryofexternalperception,andtohaveremaineduninfluencedbyPlato’sdistrustofsensibleappearances.

     AllthesecircumstancestakentogetherwouldpermittheRomanwomentohaveopinionsoftheirowniftheyliked,andwouldensurearespectfulhearingforwhatevertheyhadtosay;whilethemenwhohadopinionstopropagatewould,forthesamereason,bedeeplyinterestedinsecuringtheiradhesion.Ontheotherhand,theyreceivedagoodliteraryeducation,beingsentapparentlytothesameschoolsastheirbrothers,andtheremadeacquaintedwith,atleast,theLatinpoets.322Thustheywouldpossessthedegreeofculturenecessaryforreadilyreceivingandtransmittingnewimpressions.Andweknow,asamatteroffact,thatmanyRomanladiesenteredeagerlyintotheliterarymovementoftheage,sharingthestudiesoftheirhusbands,discoursingonquestionsofgrammar,freelyexpressingtheiropinionontherelativemeritsofdifferentpoets,andevenattemptingauthorshipontheirownaccount.323Philosophy,asitwasthentaught,attractedaconsiderableshareoftheirattention;andsomegreatladieswereconstantlyattendedbyaStoicprofessor,towhoselecturestheylistenedseeminglywithmorepatience210thanprofit.324OneoftheirfavouritestudieswasPlato’sRepublic,accordingtoEpictêtus,becauseitadvocatedacommunityofwives;325or,aswemaymorecharitablysuggest,becauseitadmittedwomentoanequalitywithmen.Butthereisnoevidencetoprovethattheirinquisitivenesseverwenttothelengthofquestioningthefoundationsofreligiousfaith;andwemayfairlyreckontheirincreasinginfluenceamongtheforceswhichweretendingtobringaboutanoverwhelmingreligiousrevivalamongtheeducatedclasses.

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