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Wednesday, 12 February 2014 00:00

2月 ─ 帝國之暮.神國之曦

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古羅馬文明和基督宗教可謂奠定西方文明發展的兩大基礎。然而我們對古羅馬人的宗教有多少瞭解?該如何看待它與基督宗教的相遇?這種異文化間的對話又能帶來何種啟發?本期人籟精選古羅馬時期拉丁語文學的著名篇章,與讀者一起探索帝國黃昏與神國黎明交會時的絢爛光芒!

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目錄

論辨空間

01 羊圈啟示錄

撰文、攝影|杜樂仁(Jacques Duraud)

讀未來

04 重拾「教鞭」就能解決霸凌?

撰文︱馮喬蘭 

06 最前衛的交友方—LBS的數位未來

撰文︱林民昌

人籟部落格

08 讀友迴響

專輯

撰文|魏明德(Benoît Vermander)、吳雅凌  整理|Nakao Eki

10 前言

14 時間地圖(一):從羅馬建城到耶穌受難

16 一切起源皆命運?——初探迷霧中的古羅馬宗教

古羅馬宗教究竟起源於何處?它的特點是什麼?本文帶您穿過歷史的迷霧,一探這個古老宗教之謎。

21 一個務實者的占卜觀

22 禁忌人生──羅馬主神的祭司

24 原初的盟約

26 伊希絲祕儀入會禮

28 冥府之遊──羅馬的誕生

30 碎心的鰥夫.雄辯濤濤的奧菲爾斯

33 西元四世紀的神話解構

34 靈魂的喜樂是件嚴肅的事

36 時間地圖(二):從耶穌受難到帝國覆亡

38 諸神的黃昏?——古羅馬宗教與基督宗教的相遇

不同宗教之間的接觸,往往帶來各種對話與衝突。透過毀滅與重建的漫長過程,西方文明才得以長成今日的面貌。

44 追求簡單的異端準則

45 認與不認的兩難

46 兩種普世觀的衝突

50 活人獻祭

51 毀敗的勝利女神

52 上帝之城──古羅馬宗教的終結

54 結語

人文論辨

60 坐奠兩柱之閒——孔子的苦惱與當代台灣的紛爭

即使是被世人尊崇為大成至聖、萬世師表的孔子,在內心深處也有一段糾結的身分認同問題。

撰文|Nakao Eki 繪圖|笨篤

特刊

66 在坎昆會場外

坎昆會場周邊各式各樣的社運串聯,讓我們見識到公民行動豐沛的能量。

撰文|李河清

心靈地圖

72 尋找最真最美的笑顏——「課輔志工」陳翔方的故事

撰文|林冠儀、李依芳 照片提供|文向教育基金會

76 他對弱勢孩子的愛,由此生根

撰文|江漢聲 照片提供|財團法人天主教華光智能發展中心

作品

78 誤讀鬚空

撰文|林民昌 攝影|Nick Coulson

國際

80 縮水城市重生記——2010年薩克森─安哈特都市再造國際建築展

且看德國面對工業舊城人口外移的困境時,如何從建築展中獲得靈感,打造城市的新生命!

撰文|飛娘

影像與想像

86 時代風暴或天才宿命?

偉大女科學家之死,既是宗教衝突下的憾事,或許也是天才過分忠於自我的悲劇。

撰文│黃以曦

90 難以言傳的愛情

從一段感情走向另一段感情,女子追求的其實是自我的認同。

撰文│曾炫淳 劇照提供│傳影互動

94 舞台下的真實人生

一場光鮮亮麗的芭蕾舞表演除了依靠辛勤練習的舞者,舞台下工作人員的努力也是功不可沒。

撰文│王筑筠 劇照提供│海鵬電影

書評

98 污名無所不在

撰文|曾凡慈 攝影|莊媛晰

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人籟 2011

Wednesday, 12 February 2014 00:00

1月 ─ 島觀太平洋

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「陸地的盡頭,才是世界的開始。」台灣四面環海,東眺太平洋,然而多數人對海的想像不是停留在觀光層次,就是將其視為危險禁忌之所。本期《人籟》邀您以島民的身分與眼光,造訪南島民族的家鄉,一起航向遼闊的太平洋!

(封面攝影/林建享)

目錄

論辨空間

01 基因與文化

撰文|江漢聲  繪圖|笨篤

讀未來

04 從愛爾蘭經濟危機談起

愛爾蘭的經濟危機並非只是個別國家的財政問題,而是對歐盟與全球金融體制的嚴重考驗。

撰文|詹文碩

人籟事件簿

06 大愛之光——追憶郝思漢神父

撰文|江漢聲

人籟部落格

08 讀友迴響

10 人籟後台花絮

專輯

12 前言

14 立足台灣,看大洋諸島

撰文|吳思薇

16 跨越黑潮—以海為道的台灣原住民

溫暖的黑潮串連台灣和其他島嶼,形成一個「以海為路」的文化區域。而噶瑪蘭族更曾以精湛的航海技術,在歷史上留下不少珍貴記錄。

撰文|詹素娟

20 海底獨夫——夏曼.藍波安

夏曼藍波安是個熱戀海洋的孤傲者,但他的背後卻似乎扛著整個原鄉的重量。

撰文|Yedda Wang

26 向著大洋前進——2007年Keep Rowing活動紀事

「船做了,就是要拿來划的!」達悟族人秉持著這樣的信念,將前所未有的  達悟大船划到台灣來。

撰文|夏黎明

30 讓我們更接近海洋——臧振華、童元昭、夏黎明教授對談

三位學者與我們分享他們投入太平洋研究的因緣,以及未來的展望與期待。

撰文、整理|吳思薇

36 南島記憶五十載

岩佐嘉親這位醉心於南島文化的研究者,究竟是個什麼樣的人?

文章、照片提供|國立臺灣史前文化博物館 整理|吳思薇

40 太平洋群島的文化視界

太平洋島民獨特的文化視野,是人類最珍貴的禮物。

撰文│郭佩宜

48 大地有眼,看盡真實

斐濟的羅圖馬島島民在齊心合作下,有了第一部自己的電影,因此得以述說自己的故事。

撰文│Julia Wieting 翻譯│林虹秀 整理|吳思薇

52 島嶼上的知識之聲——密克羅尼西亞學會的使命與行動

密克羅尼西亞學會(Micsem)謙稱自己「每樣事情都做一點」,但其成就卻遠過於此。

撰文|Francis X. Hezel  翻譯|鍾長均

56 從傳統躍入現代——太平洋地區的女性舞蹈文化

舞蹈創作者結合傳統知識與現代技巧,既解放了女性舞者的身體,也發展出更多元的作品主題。

撰文│Katerina Martina Teaiwa 翻譯林虹秀

58 勾勒太平洋島嶼區域的邊界——當代太平洋區域認同的起源

撰文|Richard A. Herr 翻譯|謝靜雯 整理|Nakao Eki

64 台灣太平洋研究發展芻議

台灣身為太平洋島嶼的一員,應如何建立自己的太平洋研究?或許應先從構築相關認同開始做起。

撰文│楊聰榮

70 結語:世界的開始

人文論辨

72 社區小農綠夢成真

撰文︱林小可        攝影|小春

心靈地圖

78 守護鄉民的太陽之子——「部落醫生」徐超斌的故事

撰文|王志銘 照片提供|寶瓶文化

82 恐龍按門鈴

撰文、照片提供︱歐銀釧

作品

86 關於麗芙烏曼和那一張空椅

撰文、攝影│廖梅璇

國際

88 光州行腳——韓國轉型正義的歷史現場

撰文︱楊雅祺

影像與想像

94 成長的儀式

撰文│鄭秉泓 劇照提供│海樂影業、開眼電影網

98 鏡之地獄

撰文│吳俞萱 劇照提供│向洋影業、開眼電影網

書評

104 台灣宗教儀式的太平洋觀點

撰文|Pamela J. Stewart & Andrew J. Strathern翻譯|林虹秀

106 帝國.消費.博覽會

撰文│辜振豐 攝影│莊媛晰

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Monday, 30 May 2011 00:00

人籟與讀者對話---82期讀者迴響

《人籟》2011年5月號,第82期 --- 記與忘:空間解嚴的虛擬實鏡 --- 讀者迴響十分熱烈!

我們非常感謝所有讀者的批評指教與鼓勵,您的鞭辟與支持是我們前進的原動力!《人籟》永遠歡迎更多讀者與我們對話!

 

 

 


Monday, 30 May 2011 10:21

人籟與讀者對話---82期讀者迴響

《人籟》2011年5月號,第82期 --- 記與忘:空間解嚴的虛擬實鏡 --- 讀者迴響十分熱烈!

我們非常感謝所有讀者的批評指教與鼓勵,您的鞭辟與支持是我們前進的原動力!《人籟》永遠歡迎更多讀者與我們對話!



Monday, 30 May 2011 00:00

人籟與讀者對話---82期讀者迴響

《人籟》2011年5月號,第82期 --- 記與忘:空間解嚴的虛擬實鏡 --- 讀者迴響十分熱烈!

我們非常感謝所有讀者的批評指教與鼓勵,您的鞭辟與支持是我們前進的原動力!《人籟》永遠歡迎更多讀者與我們對話!

 

 

 


Tuesday, 03 May 2011 12:02

靈修力量與全球挑戰

1610年5月,中西文化交流的先驅者利瑪竇(Matteo Ricci)病逝於北京,他與徐光啟等中國士大夫交流過程中展現的友誼及他對異文化的尊重,奠基於深厚的靈修力量。


Tuesday, 03 May 2011 00:00

靈修力量與全球挑戰

1610年5月,中西文化交流的先驅者利瑪竇(Matteo Ricci)病逝於北京,他與徐光啟等中國士大夫交流過程中展現的友誼及他對異文化的尊重,奠基於深厚的靈修力量。2010年5月,上海復旦大學宣布成立「徐光啟-利瑪竇文明對話研究中心」(簡稱「利徐學社」),並舉辦「文明對話與全球挑戰」國際論壇。會中國際貨幣基金組織前主席米榭.康得緒,以〈在懸空的希望中懷抱希望〉為題發表演說,透過利瑪竇留下的智慧遺產,提出他對靈修力量在人道事業扮演角色的看法。《人籟》特別節錄其中部分內容與讀者分享。

 


Wednesday, 28 April 2010 00:00

天籟、人籟

真的有「萬籟俱寂、無聲勝有聲」的意境嗎?在《聆聽心靈的聲音》這本書中提到,當萬籟俱寂時候如果用心聆聽,還是可以聽到不同的聲音──因為靠著想像,可以聽到大自然的聲音,再編織成心靈的幻想曲;那麼就是別人聽不到、自己聽得到的「天籟」了!事實上自己聽得懂、樂在其中,別人卻茫然無知,對自己而言,那也是一種「天籟」,如古詩中所言「此曲只應天上有」、或是「起舞弄清影,何似在人間」他們感受到的,應該就是所謂的「天籟」。

 


Wednesday, 28 April 2010 11:27

帶著琴聲走向人籟——專訪《人籟》新總編江漢聲

假日時分,如果打從輔仁大學後門走過,或許會看到醫學院綜合大樓前,人群三三兩兩結伴往大樓的方向走去。他們或許是附近社區的民眾,或許是學生,也可能是從他處來訪的音樂愛好者,為了一場在大樓國際會議廳舉辦的慈善音樂演奏會,正慢慢踱步,準備在繁忙的生活中,抽出一小段時間,沉澱心情欣賞一段精采的表演。


Friday, 09 February 2007 20:38

人籟月有新糧:2005目錄總覽

《人籟論辨月刊》提供新的精神食糧,讓大家以新的眼光看世界…

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Wednesday, 15 November 2006 21:18

台灣.媒體.人籟

“Network”, it can be said, is a loosely used word that refers to loosely structured ways of exchanging information, supporting each other and/or leading common actions. It links people and groups at various levels, local or global, sometimes for their own mutual benefit, sometimes in the interest of a cause that transcends and unites the members of the network.

The reach and efficiency of networks has been greatly enhanced by the Internet. This might be partly because the Internet allows for horizontal relationships, and that horizontal relationships are very much at the core of networking, distinguishing networks from other organizational structures.

Exchange of knowledge is another characteristic of networks. This is already true of “social networks”, exemplified by the Old Boys associations. For sure, social networks primarily provide emotional and cultural support, but they constitute also the port through which information that might help one to change one’s career path or get valuable tips on the stock market are exchanged. Information becomes even more central when we come to what can be labeled as “knowledge networks”: this kind of networks is basically a space for discussion that helps to determine research directions (for an academic community) or action strategies (for an association of people and groups committed to a social or environmental cause for instance.) For putting it another way, it is only within knowledge networks that “information” truly becomes “knowledge”, i.e. is crystallized into a body of consistent and mutually reinforcing assumptions. It is also within knowledge networks that knowledge receives a meaning that leads a group to enact value judgments and maybe to decide on a course of action.

The need to connect together scientific assessments, policymaking and grassroots activism explains the spread of knowledge networks. Also, the globalization of issues such as environment, violence, international trade and workers’ rights induces people to connect to groups that share similar concerns in various cultural and political contexts. International networks are partly a product of the eroding power of the Nation-State, and partly a response to the increased influence of other players, such as multinational companies.

Willemijn Verkoren has identified a few conditions under which knowledge networks can function correctly (International Journal of Peace Studies, 11-2, 2006). I rephrase here in my own way those that seem to me more important:
1) The network does not exist in isolation; exchanges going through the network and real life activities are linked in a sustainable way.
2) The purpose of networking is clear, as are the possibilities offered by the network and the limits of what it can achieve.
3) Capacity for learning, room for discussion, and openness in membership, discussion and sharing are requisites for the efficacy of the network.
4) While being able to operate autonomously, the network must be linked to a wider environment, to enable it to give and to receive.
5) Results of the interaction have to be visible at some stage.
6) To facilitate and moderate a network requires time and expertise.
7) Finally, the flexibility of the network helps it to facilitate exchanges, action and empowerment without trespassing over its boundaries, rather than aiming to become an all-encompassing knowledge system.

In the field of social action, there might be not stronger incentive to the spreading of the knowledge network model than the concerns raised around the sustainability of our economies and the current world governance system. The debate on climatic change shows that scientific conclusions are themselves reached through the nurturing of a permanent network of information and debate. The policy debate is nurtured by different (and often diverging) networks of citizens, experts and companies. Interconnection between these groups helps to go from traditional lobbying to innovative networking, and the growing debate on facts and values is conducive of such interconnections. Technical expertise is not sufficient for tackling such a broadly-shaped issue, and groups of citizens will continue to debate on consumption models, the resurgence of values such as frugality and solidarity, hopefully advancing towards formulations and insights that will develop a cultural model in line with the technical imperatives linked to the issue at stake. The mobilization of cultural resources for nurturing sustainable development - a mobilization achieved through a dialogue on core values, sharing of success stories and exchange of strategic analyses - is exactly what a knowledge network might want to achieve.

Maybe it would be useful for all of us to reflect on the following questions:
- What are the knowledge networks that I am presently engaged into?
- Are these networks akin to my real interests and current concerns, or should I try to engage into new ones?
- May I possibly be active in a web of relationships that could happily develop into a real knowledge network, sharing information among its members and with other networks, provided that I encourage the group to take the necessary steps for becoming more reflexive and participatory?
- What kind of knowledge networks does my environment need, and may I be instrumental in fostering such alliances?

May our online interactions and our real life activities follow more and more the model sketched here, so as to overcome the feeling of impotence that often overwhelms all of us. Our participation in some kind of knowledge networks should encourage us to become active citizens of a world whose destiny will finally be determined by the quality of the networking we enter into and the course of actions that naturally follows.
International Institute for Sustainable Development: about knowledge networks

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