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一席 | 万象 建筑史话
王南
清华大学建筑学院青年教师
一席第566位讲者
很多文明也会拱券,包括中国,但为什么盖不出古罗马那么辉煌的大建筑呢?
歌德说建筑是凝固的音乐,很有诗意的一个说法,可从我们学建筑史的人看来,好像雨果说的建筑是石头的史书更对一些,尤其对西方建筑而言。如果再加进中国建筑的话,我们可以说中西方的建筑是土木砖石写成的史诗,所以希望能和大家一起来感受这首东西方建筑的史诗,开启一场东西方建筑之旅。

正式开始之前,我想特别隆重地介绍一下今天讲课的地点。我们所在的地方是清华大学新林院8号,它是梁思成和林徽因的故居。很多人都知道梁思成、林徽因是清华大学建筑系的创始人,我相当于是在祖师爷的家里跟大家讲建筑,所以我现在的心情是如何地激动,大家也可想而知。
rome  italia  architecture  movie  podcast  learn  artefact  course 
december 2018 by aries1988
利器访谈:宝婷,记者、撰稿人、「不可理论」发起人 - 利器
Panasonic Lumix GF1:现在日常都是手机拍照了,旅行时才会带上这部微单相机。我买它的时候,GF 系列好像已经出到 GF5,GF5 的官配饼干头是 14mm/F2.5,远不如 GF1 的 20mm/F1.7 的定焦头。微博和豆瓣上一位曾在日本留学、画插画的小姐姐@林竹也是用的这部机器,样片可以在她的豆瓣相册看到,我的豆瓣相册里也有一些。当时还在香港读书的我,在二手买卖论坛找到卖家,花了 3800 港币入手了 95 新的 GF1。品相确实几乎全新,还配有多一块原装电池。续航能力也很棒,在巴黎旅行时每天拍大量艺术品,连续拍了 5、6 天,才用光一块电池的电量。它也非常适合拍人物。
podcast  writing  camera 
november 2018 by aries1988
Waking Up with Sam Harris: #133 — Globalism on the Brink
Legitimate grievances with immigration https://overcast.fm/+Ic2iBh0LA/32:11
Impact of automation https://overcast.fm/+Ic2iBh0LA/39:34
Universal basic income, solution? https://overcast.fm/+Ic2iBh0LA/39:42

It's one thing for the Chinese to steal our intellectual property, it's another for them to steal our strategy."
civic  nationalism  technology  crisis  transformation  society  politics  trump  2018  globalism  explained  cosmopolitanism  podcast 
october 2018 by aries1988
BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, The Ming Voyages
Rana Mitter
Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China at the University of Oxford
Julia Lovell
Lecturer in Chinese History at Birkbeck College, University of London
Craig Clunas
Professor of the History of Art at the University of Oxford.Producer: Thomas Morris.
podcast  ming  voyage  ocean  china  indian 
october 2018 by aries1988
两个囚犯同时望向窗外,一个看到的是星辰,一个看到的是泥泞 | 欧丽娟 一席第627位讲者
欧丽娟,台湾大学中文系教授,研究领域:《红楼梦》、中国文学史等。代表作为《大观红楼》系列,因台大“红楼梦”公开课获得“全球开放式课程联盟”2015年杰出教学者奖。 虽然这个受尽苦楚的人,他是从日日夜夜反刍的个人悲痛的深渊里说出话来,虽然他所表达的意象是长久的苦难所慢慢塑造出来的,是那么真实的一个血泪。
podcast  chinese  literature  life  hardship  poetry 
september 2018 by aries1988
看理想
本期《八分》收听提示:

1. 那些“奇葩”的北欧国家和国民
2. 两个国家是否友好,最简单的检测方法是什么?
3. 挪威为什么要送一座山给芬兰庆生?
4. 芬兰人认为日常最尴尬的事是什么?
podcast  scandinavia 
august 2018 by aries1988
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podcast  moi  bestof  list  chinese 
may 2018 by aries1988
BBC World Service - Business Daily, TED 2018: Changing the AI Conversation
Do we really know the potential and the pitfalls of artificial intelligence?
TED  2018  ai  podcast 
april 2018 by aries1988
Ballasting the US-China Relationship - John Pomfret & Paul Pickowicz | China 21
Historian Paul Pickowicz interviews acclaimed author John Pomfret about patterns in the long history of US-China relations, and how it informs the controversies in the current moment of Sino-American relations ranging from the impact of Chinese students on US universities, Xi Jinping’s end to presidential term limits, and trade and business relations.
podcast  book  usa  china  history  today  politics  leader  people 
april 2018 by aries1988
How To Make Friends And Influence People: Inside the Magic Weapon of the United Front
Stream How To Make Friends And Influence People: Inside the Magic Weapon of the United Front by The Little Red Podcast from desktop or your mobile device
china  party  organisation  world  influence  propaganda  explained  book  podcast 
april 2018 by aries1988
Pourquoi et comment le monde devient-il numérique ?
Entretien avec Gérard Berry, auteur de « L'Hyperpuissance de l'informatique » (Odile Jacob, 2017).
numeric  information  computer  book  français  teaching  podcast 
march 2018 by aries1988
‘Reason is non-negotiable’: Steven Pinker on the Enlightenment
What is enlightenment? In a 1784 essay with that question as its title, Immanuel Kant answered that it consists of “humankind’s emergence from its self-incurred immaturity”, its “lazy and cowardly” submission to the “dogmas and formulas” of religious or political authority. Enlightenment’s motto, he proclaimed, is: “Dare to understand!” and its foundational demand is freedom of thought and speech.

The thinkers of the Age of Reason and the Enlightenment saw an urgent need for a secular foundation for morality, because they were haunted by a historical memory of centuries of religious carnage: the Crusades, the Inquisition, witch-hunts, the European wars of religion.
bbc  podcast  leader  thinking  rationalism  history  reasoning 
february 2018 by aries1988
1789-2018 : les Anglais parmi nous
La présence des Anglais en France est importante et constante depuis le XIXe siècle. Tout en profitant des agréments culturels et des avantages matériels, les Anglais s'efforcent d'y reproduire un univers familier. Ils sont à l'origine d'une "France anglaise" dont l'histoire est méconnue.[...]
british  français  france  immigration  immigrant  story  nation  culture  history  sports  podcast 
february 2018 by aries1988
天儒之间——晋南名城新绛
新绛只是山西运城市下辖的一个小县,却是国务院公布的全国第三批文化历史名城。县域内拥有12处全国重点文物保护单位,数量也位居全国县级城市前列。新绛不仅有着丰富的传统文化底蕴,明代末年以来更见证了中西方文化交流和碰撞的一段历史。
podcast 
january 2018 by aries1988
壁下观书单汇总
石墨文档是一款轻便、简洁的在线协作文档工具,PC端和移动端全覆盖,支持多人同时对文档编辑和评论,让你与他人轻松完成协作撰稿、方案讨论、会议记录和资料共享等工作。
list  book  podcast  art  history  architecture  moi 
january 2018 by aries1988
大象公会讲座文字稿
丝绸之路在经历了敦煌、吐鲁番文献发现之后,就有一个像唐代的转向,大家都更关注唐代的时候,《大唐西域记》里面记载的,当时丝绸之路的情况,以及当时丝绸之路上生活的各种各样的人。

当年亚历山大东征在中亚,娶了一个大夏(????)——就是今天阿富汗北部一个小王国的一个公主,就叫roshanna, 这个人的名字现在也进入英语了,你看有些美国人或者伊朗人就会叫Roshanna, 她们其实就是安禄山的阴性形式。所以安禄山在现在还有一些表亲。

这是两轮马车,这是马,商代的马人很多中国人不愿承认它是从西方传来的,好像有民族自豪感的问题,其实没有别的解释,因为它一出现就非常成熟了。

所以我们看到文字一步一步从黎巴嫩一直到了中国的满洲,就是东北,这也是非常生动的丝绸之路上技术交流的一个证据,例子。

刚才的例子大家都耳熟能详,可能有些例子大家没有想到,这个是印度字母,印度字母的排列非常符合语音规则的,非常规则按照发音位置和发音方式来排列的。这种排列方式其实启发了藏语,大家都知道藏族文字是从印度文字来的,但日文实际上也是按照梵文字母的排列方式,受它启发,创制出了五十音图,五十音图字母的形状有可能来自汉字的草书,但字母排列的方式,这个想法是按照发音规律排列的想法是来自梵文,(a,i,u,e, o, ka, ki, ku, ke, ko),不像abcd它是完全没有规律的。

犍陀罗艺术也传到了中国,像龙门石窟,在犍陀罗这些工匠后来来到了新疆,到了新疆又被抓到凉州,就是今天的甘肃武威,又从甘肃武威被抓到山西大同去,建了云冈石窟,你看它的衣服就有点像希腊人那种,贴在身上的那种衣服,所以希腊的影响我们在中国也能看到。中国还有(希腊神话)大力士赫拉克勒斯的雕像。

这个是青花瓷,这个大家都知道是蒙元时期,受西方影响,远销土耳其。

前几年得了诺贝尔文学奖的帕慕克写的《我的名字叫红》,那个就讲的在土耳其奥斯曼帝国的宫廷细密画画家,他们的传统就是从中国传来的细密画的方法受到了欧洲画派的冲击,然后新老画派间的一些谋杀啊,一些非常紧张的情景。这个也和丝绸之路上的交流有关系。
xinjiang  west  trade  archaeology  culture  history  presentation  podcast 
january 2018 by aries1988
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RT : Literally every French person listening to this week and realizing is featured: 😍 'Becomi…
comedy  humor  adventure  american  usa  français  france  comparison  podcast 
january 2018 by aries1988
#49: 访谈「也谈钱」: 你的钱是可以给你赚钱的 – Checked
【Checked #49: 访谈「也谈钱」: 你的钱是可以给你赚钱的】
podcast  moi  money  finance  self  howto  tips  interview  49 
december 2017 by aries1988
Meet the People Who Listen to Podcasts at Super-Fast Speeds
In fact, according to behavioral neuroscientist Stephen Porges, because recordings played at higher speeds are at a higher pitch, they are actually easier to hear. Low-frequency noises, like street noise, vacuum cleaners, or airplanes, get in the way of our understanding of people talking; by playing podcasts at a higher speed, the listener is creating a greater acoustic differentiation between the words and lower-frequency background noises.

According to Porges, the muscles in the middle ear help to dampen low-frequency sound so we can hear speech more clearly — but if we don't exercise those muscles (by, say, not having much human interaction), then they don't work as well.

There's one exception to this, though: blind people. "Because they are so used to only listening, they can speed it up faster than sighted people," Hassan said. "They're really trained."

"There's a concept that whenever you're striving to do something new, whatever is hard now, that's what you should try to do. Then when you become complacent and comfortable that's a sign that it's time to move on.
ear  explained  podcast  speed  habit  listening 
november 2017 by aries1988
Les médias français et la Chine : trop complaisants ou trop sévères ?
A l'occasion du 19e Congrès du parti communiste chinois qui s'est ouvert mercredi à Pékin réflexions avec deux anciens correspondants sur le traitement médiatique de la Chine dans la presse française
podcast  media  français  china  debate  journalism  journalist 
october 2017 by aries1988
British Museum and BBC team up to explore belief through objects | Culture | The Guardian
MacGregor – an acclaimed art historian, curator and devout Christian – examines shared rituals, festivals, pilgrimages and sacrifices and the relationship between belief, society and politics.

People at the time were “living on the edge. What they most need to do is find food and keep warm and yet they allow someone amongst them to spend over 400 hours making a sculpture … Clearly, people are trying to come to terms with their environment, to reshape or transcend their environment. They’re thinking, believing, trying to transcend the daily grind of keeping their lives together.”
society  religion  history  podcast  bbc  museum 
october 2017 by aries1988
The End of Globalisation, the Return of History - Public lectures and events

Globalisation, long considered the best route to economic prosperity and the apparent norm for decades, may not be as inevitable as we think. It now threatens to go abruptly into reverse. What went wrong? And what is the likely impact upon our future prosperity?
china  globalization  future  history  economy  today  opinion  talk  video  podcast 
june 2017 by aries1988
Your Search History Shows Your Secret Side
What our Google searches reveal about us. It’s not always the face we show to the world.
podcast  data  google  howto 
may 2017 by aries1988
Asie du Sud Est : la diplomatie du bambou
Rivalités en Asie du Sud Est et en mer de Chine : concentration de puissances nucléaires, résistances aux pressions extérieures - notamment celles des grandes puissances, prospérité de Singapour, essor du Vietnam, autonomie et coopérations diverses, anniversaire de l'ASEAN... Quels enjeu[...]
diplomacy  podcast  numbers  china  asia  banyan 
may 2017 by aries1988
BBC Radio 4 - A History of the World in 100 Objects, Mass Production, Mass Persuasion (1780 - 1914 AD), Hokusai's The Great Wave - Episode Transcript – Episode 93 - Hokusai's The Great Wave
This was text-book gun-boat diplomacy, and it worked. Japanese resistance melted in the face of Commodore Perry's threats, and very quickly the Japanese embraced the new economic model. They became energetic players in the international markets they had been forced to join, and they began to think differently about the sea that surrounded them, and about the opportunities that their new role in the world offered.

A new trend of interest in the world, breaking down the classical barriers, begins to emerge about half way through this period. I think that the interest in waves suggested the allure of going elsewhere, the world around Japan, the possibility of finding new treasures outside Japan.
japan  podcast 
may 2017 by aries1988
壁下观
我们将「壁下观」贯彻到底,进入更深更远的历史现场,直面古物真迹,体味与古人神接的意趣。
podcast  map  google  museum  art  list  moi 
april 2017 by aries1988
迟早更新 #46 直播「西游记」 — 迟早更新
沙特刚决定要建全国第一家电影院,埃及是阿拉伯世界的好莱坞,主播露肩膀会遭到用户投诉……「中东」对很多人来说是一个新奇而陌生,似乎只会出现在《新闻联播》里的地方。这期我们找来了在海湾地区从事互联网直播的刘博夏,来谈谈他的「西游记」。本期主要内容:- Fisson Technology 的 7nujoom http://www.7nujoom.com/index.shtml- 7nujoom 的土耳其版本 Haahi http://www.haahi.com/top- Facebook 的阿拉伯文页面 https://ar-ar.facebook.com/- UXBERT 上的文章《Designing an Arabic User Experience》http://uxbert.com/designing-an-arabic-user-experience-what-why-and-how/- 「迪拜人」访谈文章:《中东的网红世界 | 首个阿语直播平台源自中国制造》http://www.dubairen.com/35922.html- 黎巴嫩旅游官方网站 http://www.destinationlebanon.gov.lb/- 伊朗旅游官方网站 ªªhttp://tourismiran.ir/en/本期主播:任宁、枪枪本期嘉宾:刘博夏「迟早更新」是一档以科技创新、生活方式和未来商业为主要话题的播客节目,也是风险基金ºº ONES Ventures 内部关于热情、趣味和好奇心的音频记录。我们希望通过这档播客,能让熟悉的事物变得新鲜,让新鲜的事物变得熟悉。 官网:http://www.weareones.com/2微博:http://weibo.com/chizaogengxin如果有任何问题或反馈,欢迎发电子邮件至 embrace@weareones.com
podcast  middle-east  chinese  startup 
march 2017 by aries1988
BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, The Siege of Vienna
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the 1683 siege of Vienna by the Ottoman Army.
podcast  europe  history  turkey  christendom  identity  war 
february 2017 by aries1988
BBC World Service - The Why Factor, Regret
Regret – why do we feel this negative emotion? Is it right to live with it, or should we simply get over our mistakes of the past?

Mike Williams speaks to a palliative care nurse who recorded the regrets of the dying, and the man with 50,000 regrets, all entrusted to him by anonymous strangers who have confessed the biggest regrets of their lives on his website.

(Photo: Statue of woman with head in hand. Credit: Cheryl E. Davis/Shutterstock)
emotion  explained  story  podcast  psychology 
january 2017 by aries1988
Sing to me in Vietnamese: A daughter learns the language of her refugee parents through song
A Vietnamese-American woman stays in touch with her cultural roots through language and song. But which languages will she pass on to her own children?
podcast  vietnam  heritage  language  children  parents  gaijin  usa 
september 2016 by aries1988
Earfare: Maria Popova, Curator of Brain Pickings via Tim Ferriss Podcast
While she rarely accepts requests to speak at professional conferences, Popova will almost always do stuff for students even if it takes up my reading and writing time.

If I can help one young person even consider a life path other than the corporate gristmill; if I can persuade one aspiring journalist to consider not working for Buzzfeed and refuse to feed the public’s appetite for mindlessness and mediocrity and to assure this young person to have faith in the possibility of building a life and a career based on E.B. White’s journalistic ideal of lifting people up rather than lowering them down, then it’s worth my time.

In mentoring and sharing with students, friends, and kindred spirits, Popova enthusiastically believes that creative culture is woven of these invisible threads of good will between people who believe in one another and art is carried on the wings of this kinship.

It’s just the record of my thought process… trying to navigate my way through the world and understand my place in it and understand how we relate to one another. How different pieces of the world relate to eachother and sort of create a pattern of meaning out of seemingly unrelated meaningless information.
summary  podcast  thinking  opinion  life  tips  reading  howto  choice  art 
august 2016 by aries1988
Made in Japan
Comment la pensée conservatrice se traduit-elle dans l'éducation et l'enseignement ? Quelles batailles idéologiques se jouent dans la…
japan  français  education  podcast  culture  university 
june 2016 by aries1988
BBC Radio 4 - Are Human Rights Really Universal?, Episode 1
Helena Kennedy QC explores the deeper claims of human rights to be truly universal.
podcast  humanrights 
april 2016 by aries1988
Episode 645: How To Stop An Asteroid
Some smart people say we should be doing more to protect the earth from asteroids. The technical issues are relatively easy. The economics — figuring out who's going to pay — are much harder.
earth  risk  management  podcast 
august 2015 by aries1988
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