混亂與慾望英文chaos and desire
- 混: 混形容詞1. （渾濁） muddy; turbid2. （糊塗; 不明事理） foolish; stupid
- 望: Ⅰ動詞1 （向遠處看） look over; gaze into the distance; look far into the distance 2 （探望） visi...
- 混亂: muddledness; pêle-mêle tumble; chaos; confusion; disorder; havoc
- 慾望: desire; wish; lust
This is no doubt the first step out of confusion and fatuity.
Seen from juba, muddle and frustration prevail
To realize this great selfish ambition, cultural and educational elite drastically criticized xikun scholars who held important political and educational positions but advocated poetic pursuit to escape from political dangers, and posed many models of educational discursive practice to control, better, and cultivate the full - of - desire societal life being neglected and thrown out of the academic sight by xikun school : firstly, in the early period, fan zhongyan and his followers, sun fu, and shi jie, et al., believed that confucian principles could be used to reform political, and educational institutions and improve society ; secondly, after fan, wanganshi, being treated as cultural rebel by other traditional moralists and politic competitors, did a failure of national wide educational and political reforms to cultivate financial talents, based on his coarse economics knowledge about how to enrich the central government ; thirdly, ou yangxiu and su shi focused attention on reform the highly rigidified literature and art education system at that time according to their cultural ideal that everybody has the right to express what his daily life, emotions and dreams, which could be seen as an irony by the fact that only themselves " life and feeling could enter into their literature and art education kingdom, while those who described lowly people " s experience, such as liu yong " s sentimental assays written specially for female performers and even the prostitutes, had to suffer from exclusion
We can utilize those finite teaching sources to bring out students ' boundless desire towards learning
Day and night he was watching, and patiently enduring all the annoyances that irritable nerves and a shaken reason could inflict ; and, though kenneth remarked that what he saved from the grave would only recompense his care by forming the source of constant future anxiety - in fact, that his health and strength were being sacrificed to preserve a mere ruin of humanity - he knew no limits in gratitude and joy when catherine s life was declared out of danger ; and hour after hour he would sit beside her, tracing the gradual return to bodily health, and flattering his too sanguine hopes with the illusion that her mind would settle back to its right balance also, and she would soon be entirely her former self