It's true, Asians can't think 좋은글 갈무리

<EBS 인문학 특강> 최진석 교수가 강의 도중 소개한
 타임지의 기사를 링크한다



동양은

정답은 (이미) 존재한다. 정답은 권위 있는 사람이 제시하는 바로 그것이다.

그것이 무엇일까.

즉, 키워드는 What!

(그리고 바로 거기까지가 한계)


서양은

정답따위 없다. 각자 찾자. 맥락에 따라 답은 여러가지다.

나름의 답을 찾는 생각의 과정이 중요하다.

즉, 키워드는 How!


이렇게 이해하면 되나?

영어가 짧아서리...


부모라면 유대인처럼이라는 책에서도

질문, 그것도 아이의 생각을 유도하는 현명한 질문을 통해 교육하라고 씌여있던데...



문제는...


좋은 질문은 커녕...

질문 자체를 어케해야할지 모른다는거...



또 생각나네...

올드보이... 어렵다...



It's True .Asians Can't Think

By SIN-MING SHAW (Time Magazine, Monday, May 31, 1999)

 

Can Asians think? That's not a racist slur, it's the title of a book by Singapore diplomat Kishore Mahbubani. While he offers no answer, the question he poses is excellent and long overdue.

 

The facts are not in dispute: 1,000 years ago China under the Song Dynasty was the world's most advanced nation. Even 300 years ago China under the Qing rulers was first among equals. Yet in the past 100 years, the West's superiority over Asia has widened exponentially over any advantage the East ever enjoyed. No civilization with such a commanding lead, not even classical Greece, has declined more dramatically. The issue is not about economic growth or engineering dexterity; Asia's record in these areas is indisputable. It's about originality of the mind and its resulting influence over how mankind shapes the world.

 

China may have mastered cutting-edge nuclear technology, by stealth or otherwise, and Japan may have the best-engineered semiconductors. But these developments are ultimately based on Newtonian physics and quantum mechanics, both purely Western paradigms. China justifies its political system by invoking Marx while trying to restructure its economy using the theories of Keynes and Friedman, even employing Goldman Sachs for financial advice. Taiwan is a democracy more informed by classical Greek philosophers than by Chinese. Japanese leaders wear Western formal dress with tails for signing ceremonies. And everybody loves an Ivy League degree.

 

Asia must not merely reflect on why Western thoughts shape the world we know, it must also ask why so many Asian minds flourish only after they have gone to the West. For evidence, just look at the many Nobel Prizes won by Asians living and working in America. Time and again, talented migrs say they had to leave Asia because the intellectual atmosphere was stifling or because the established hierarchy respected seniority over brains.

 

Blaming Asian schools for focusing on memorization--as opposed to thinking--is too pat an excuse, as schools and universities reflect the basic values of a society. It is ingrained in the Asian psyche that correct answers always exist and are to be found in books or from authorities. Teachers dispense truth, parents are always right and political leaders know better. In executive-led societies such as China and Hong Kong, leaders act like philosopher-kings, often uttering unchallenged banalities. Senior officials sometimes resemble the powerful palace eunuchs of past dynasties: imperial, unaccountable, incompetent. Questioning authority, especially in public, is disrespectful, un-Asian, un-Confucian.

 

It is time to deconstruct Confucius. He said many things. Some emphasized order above all: on filial piety, never disobey. Others were democratic: without the trust of the people, no government can stand. Past emperors manipulated his work to justify a static order while they themselves rarely abided by the same rules. Japan became Asia's most advanced nation largely because it dared to change its own values during the Meiji Restoration in 1868 (though it now needs a similar impetus to regain its creative energy).

 

The conventional wisdom that Asians cherish learning is misleading. In the past, learning meant passing imperial exams that led to well-paid jobs in the civil service. It's not altogether different in modern Asia. Learning for its own sake is considered a luxury, if not a financial waste, unless it also leads to an attractive income stream.

 

The twisted Confucian philosophy passed on by generations has played a damnable role in denting Asian creative thinking. U.S.-trained physicist Woo Chia-wei, president of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, believes the Confucian stress on order is a major obstacle to creative thinking that has sometimes affected even his own instincts. All important advances in knowledge involve substantial revision or rejection of an existing framework. Scientists call that a paradigm shift. Order for the sake of order is the opposite of creative thinking.

 

Which Asian society, informed by home-grown precepts, is most likely to nurture and keep at home a future generation able to write better software than Microsoft, find a cure for cancer and replace quantum mechanics with a Theory of Everything, now the Holy Grail of physics? The odds are not good, but the best bet is Taiwan. Alone among Asian societies it possesses the right combination of institutions that allow talent to blossom. Institutionalized disputes and a respect for opposing viewpoints, publicly aired, are not just about political democracy, they are fundamental to creative thinking. They act as a filter so that a rare gem may be found among the intellectual garbage. It takes only a few powerful ideas to change the world.

 

If Japan, China and the rest of Asia--perhaps even India--ever manage to cast aside mind-numbing communist, Confucian and caste values, then the region's talents could one day dominate the Nobel Prize lists, enriching the world through intellectual property, not property development. And they will be doing their creative thinking right here in Asia. Eventually, someone might even ask, Can Westerners think?


논공행상 마주이야기

거실에 앉아 있는데
모기 한마리가 윙~~~

저거 잡아야하는데...
그래야 편하게 자는데...

"얘들아 모기 잡자
모기 보면 아빠한테 얘기해 알았지?"

얼마쯤 지났을까...

큰넘이 벽에 붙어있는 모기를 발견했다

"아빠 여깄어!"
"잘 했어"

살금살금... 다가가서
손바닥을 내리쳤다

짝!!

"잡았어 아빠?"
"잡았다~~~~"

"오예~~"
"오예~~"

...

그러다가 큰넘이 묻는다
"근데 아빠, 모기 찾은 게 더 잘한일이야
 아니면 모기 잡은 게 더 잘한일이야?"



"으응 뭐라고??"



누구 공이 더 크냐는 말이렸다??



라디오 스트리밍 저장3 - 방송사별 mmis 경로

원문보기 ☞ http://blog.daum.net/kmshts/58


- 인터넷 라디오 반디 : <U><U>http://home.ebs.co.kr/bandi/main.jsp</U></U>

 

- 보이는 라디오

mms://211.218.209.124/L-VFM_300k (387k)

 

- 듣는 라디오

mms://211.218.209.124/L-FM_300k (96k)

 

# TBS 교통방송

 

- 인터넷 라디오 TOY : <U><U>http://www.tbs.seoul.kr/tbs/radioToy/</U></U>

 

- 95.1 교통FM

mms://210.90.46.62/fmlive (64k)

 

- DMB Radio

mms://210.90.46.64/dmblive (273k, 오디오 코덱 32k)

 

- 101.3 영어FM

mms://210.90.46.63/efmlive (64k)

 

# TBN 한국교통방송

 

- 보는 라디오

mms://210.96.79.102/vradio (273k)

 

- 듣는 라디오

서 울 mms://210.96.79.102/Seoul (128k)

부산 mms://210.96.79.102/Pusan (192k)

광주 mms://210.96.79.102/Kwangju (128k)

대구 mms://210.96.79.102/Daegu (128k)

대전 mms://210.96.79.102/Daejun (128k)

인천 mms://210.96.79.102/Incheon (128k)

강원 mms://210.96.79.102/Wonju (128k)

전주 mms://210.96.79.102/Junju (128k)

 

# 국악방송

 

- 인터넷 라디오 덩더쿵 : <U><U>http://www.gugakfm.co.kr/player.asp?PageCode=player1</U></U>

 

- 라이브 mms://gugakfm.ktics.co.kr/gugakfm (96k)

 

# 아리랑 라디오

 

- 인터넷 라디오 Arirang Cast : <U><U>http://www.arirang.co.kr/Radio_Cast/MyLinker_Install.html</U></U>

 

- 제주FM, 위성DMB

mms://s2.arirang.co.kr/FM_Live (32k)

 

- 지상파DMB

mms://s3.arirang.co.kr/TDMB_Live (32k)

 

# KFN-FM 국군방송

 

mms://128.134.37.102/onair (32k)

(오전 06~밤 23시까지는 자체 프로그램, 밤 23~다음날 오전 06시까지는 KBS 제1라디오 동시중계)

 

# 뉴스채널 YTN NewsFM

 

mms://live.ytnradio.kr/ytnradio0612 (64k)

 

# CBS 기독교방송

 

- 인터넷 라디오 레인보우 : <U><U>http://www.cbs.co.kr/radio/rainbow/</U></U>

 

- 표준FM

서 울CBS mms://widget.cbs.co.kr/cbs981_live (64k)

대구CBS mms://121.181.220.141:8080/ (128k)

전북CBS mms://211.116.122.4:8080 (32k)

포항CBS mms://203.228.62.11:4368 (128k)

경남CBS <U><U>http://121.146.93.239:9900</U></U> (128k)

제주CBS mms://vod.cbs.co.kr/jjcbs (64k)

전남CBS mms://121.180.11.193/jncbs_broadcast_audio (128k)

 

- 음악FM

서 울CBS mms://widget.cbs.co.kr/cbs939_live (64k)

 

# FEBC 극동방송

 

- 인터넷 라디오 iRadio : <U><U>http://newfebc.febc.net/iradio/download/setup.exe</U></U>

 

서울FEBC mms://live.febc.net/LiveAm (AM 64k), mms://live.febc.net/LiveFm (FM 64k)

대 전FEBC mms://222.114.239.16/Live (16k)

창원FEBC mms://live.febc.net/changwon_febc (32k)

제주FEBC mms://live.febc.net/jeju_febc (64k)

목포FEBC mms://live.febc.net/mokpo_febc (64k)

영동FEBC mms://live.febc.net/yeongdong_febc (64k)

포항FEBC mms://live.febc.net/pohang_febc (64k)

울산FEBC mms://live.febc.net/ulsan_febc (64k)

부산FEBC mms://118.39.45.131/live (64k)

광주 IP라디오 mms://livegj.febc.net/ipradio (48k)

 

# BBS 불교방송

 

서 울 mms://bbslive.nefficient.co.kr/bbsfm (64k)

 

# PBC 평화방송

 

서울 mms://203.229.58.150/fmlive (64k)

광 주 mms://218.54.164.12:8080 (32k)

대구 mms://58.150.55.36/dgpbc (64k)

부 산 mms://211.220.195.73/Busan PBC Live (64k)

대전 mms://junsan52.cafe24.com/junsan52_live (32k)

 

# WBS 원음방송

 

서울 mms://aod.wbsfm.com/wbs897 (64k)

전 북 mms://aod.wbsfm.com/wbs979 (64k)

부산 mms://aod.wbsfm.com/wbs1049 (48k)

광주 mms://aod.wbsfm.com/wbs1079 (64k)

 

# 지역 영어FM

 

- GFN-FM(광주)

<U><U>http://211.248.38.190:8000</U></U> (128k)

 

- Busan e-FM(부산)

인터넷 라디오 SEA GULL <U><U>http://115.68.15.116:8088/audioplayer.application</U></U>

라이브 mms://115.68.15.116/efm (128k)

 

 

출처 :

http://cafe.daum.net/sixty/3AIg/716





라디오 스트리밍 저장2 - 윈도우즈 기반

원문보기 ☞ http://tolkien.tistory.com/332

AutoPower ON과 Net Transport를 활용한
라디오 스트리밍 저장방법

이건 윈도우즈 기반이라는 것이 이전  포스팅과 차이!


  

라디오 스트리밍 저장1 - 리눅스 IT


EBS 로 영어공부 하시는 분 많으신가요? 

아래 스크립트는 crontab을 이용하여 
매일 정해진 시간에 녹음을 하여 mp3로 생성 후 dropbox에까지 올려주는 스크립트입니다.
우선 crontab에 작업을 등록합니다.

crontab 간략히 설명하면 0 5 * * 1-6 은 월~토(1~6) 아침 5시 마다 
ebs.sh이라는 스크립트를 실행하고 인자로 ToeicKing(파일명이 됩니다) 
그리고 20분간 녹음하라는 것입니다. 

# crontab -e
0 5 * * 1-6 $HOME/shell/ebs.sh ToeicKing 20
0 6 * * 1-6 $HOME/shell/ebs.sh EarEnglish 30
30 6 * * 1-6 $HOME/shell/ebs.sh EasyWriting 20
50 6 * * 1-6 $HOME/shell/ebs.sh PocketEnglish 10
0 7 * * 1-6 $HOME/shell/ebs.sh MouseEnglish 20
20 0 * * 1-6 $HOME/shell/ebs.sh BizEnglish 20


필요패키지
sudo apt-get install mimms mplayer lame


그리고 아래 스크립트를 사용하시면 됩니다. 경로 등은 본인의 입맛에 맞게 고치시면 됩니다~

ebs.sh
---------------------------------------------------
#!/bin/bash
DATE=`date +%Y%m%d`
EBSURL="mms://211.218.209.124/L-FM_300k"
FPATH="$HOME/EBS"
FNAME="$1_$DATE"
RECTIME=$2
ASXFNAME="$FPATH/$FNAME.asx"
WAVFNAME="$FPATH/$FNAME.wav"
MP3FNAME="$FPATH/$FNAME.mp3"
MIMMS="/usr/bin/mimms"
MPLAYER="/usr/bin/mplayer"
LAME="/usr/bin/lame"
$MIMMS -q -t $RECTIME $EBSURL $ASXFNAME
$MPLAYER -quiet -ao pcm:file=$WAVFNAME $ASXFNAME
rm -f $ASXFNAME
$LAME --quiet -h $WAVFNAME $MP3FNAME
rm -f $WAVFNAME
$HOME/shell/dropbox_uploader.sh upload $MP3FNAME /EBS/$FNAME.mp3
rm -rf $MP3FNAME
----------------------------------

이렇게 설정해주면 매일 정해진 시간에 녹음을 하게 되고, dropbox 로 업로드가 됩니다. 
회사 출근길 혹은 여유되는 시간에 스마트폰으로 dropbox에 접속하여 바로 들으면 되구요~
Dropbox 연동은 아래 스크립트를 이용하면 됩니다.



dropbox 가입
파일업로드 경로(위에서는 /EBS) 경로를 수동 셋팅
dropbox_upload.sh 최초 실행해서 관련 셋팅수행하면 OK!






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