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你还知道哪些孔子名言(孔子名言都有哪些)

1、孔子的名言有哪些啊?

   学而时习之,不亦说乎。
岁寒,然后知松柏之后凋也。
1)事父母,能竭其力;事君,能致其身;与朋友交,言而有信。虽曰未学,吾必谓之学矣。
——《论语·学而》

孔子眼中的“学”内涵是很丰富的。看来并不是单指“作文”,首要的其实是“做人”,有了“做人”的基础,“作文”情真意切自是不难。

(2)吾十有五而志于学。
——《论语·为政》

学需先立志,即先解决动机问题,才能使学习有内在驱动力,不致半途而废。

(3)子贡曰:“夫子之文章,可得而闻也;夫子之言性与天道,不可得而闻也。”
——《论语·公冶长》

教育中的人文不一定是要像政治课那样说教的,于“文”中渗透,方是正法。

(4)知之者不如好之者,好之者不如乐之者。
——《论语·雍也》

在这里,孔子已认识到学习的内驱力不仅与动机有关,还与意志和情感有关,并且按内驱力大小把学习的心理境界分成三个层次:想学、好学、乐学。其中“乐学”是最高层次,可以产生最大的内驱力。

(5)不愤不启,不悱不发。举一隅不以三隅反,则不复也。
——《论语·述而》

孔子发现,“愤”和“悱”是学生在学习过程中遇到疑难问题时必然要出现的两种心理状态。并指出,学生处于这两种状态的时刻就是教师进行启发式教学的最佳时机。

(6)三人行,必有我师焉。择其善者而从之,其不善者而改之。
——《论语·述而》

高高在上的权威并不是唯一的老师,当然也就不是唯一的真理。真理可以随处存在,所以学习中要抱着所有的人都是老师,都有可学习处的想法,但又要清醒地认识到质疑的必要性。

(7)二三子以我为隐乎?吾无隐乎尔。吾无行而不与二三子者,是丘也。
——《论语·述而》

从这里可以看出孔子与学生的坦诚相待。正因为孔子对他的学生有着无限热爱之情,才使得他在教学过程中不知疲倦,真诚无,因而赢得了学生的信赖和尊敬。

(8)学如不及,犹恐失之。
——《论语·泰伯》

道德精神的培育,工作能力的锻炼,知识内蕴的充实,学术精神的涵泳,都必须依靠一种锲而不舍的自持力。

(9)颜渊喟然叹曰:“仰之弥高,钻之弥坚。瞻之在前,忽焉在后。夫子循循然善诱人,博我以文,约我以礼,欲罢不能。……”
——《论语·子罕》

要想使学生产生学习的欲望,教师的魅力也是非常重要的一环。有了教师魅力的引领,学生的学习自然会“欲罢不能”,何患不“自主”?

()不患人之不己知,患其不能也。
——《论语·宪问》

告诫其弟子,首先要充实自己,要有真才实学,才能谈得上遇到伯乐。

()古之学者为己,今之学者为人。
——《论语·宪问》

古时候的人大多为了完善自己而学,今天的人学大多是为了沽名钓誉。所以学习者要努力加强修省躬行的自觉性,才可以得到真正的学问。

()吾尝终日不食,终夜不寝,以思,无益,不如学也。
——《论语·卫灵公》

孔子说他曾经废寝忘食地去冥思苦想,以期得到什么彻悟或顿悟,结果一无所获。因此,孔子得出结论:与其空想,不如老老实实地去学习。

()好仁不好学,其蔽也愚;好知不好学,其蔽也荡;好信不好学,其蔽也贼;好直不好学,其蔽也绞;好勇不好学,其蔽也乱;好刚不好学,其蔽也狂。
——《论语·阳货》

一个人有仁、有知、有信、有直、有勇、能刚当然非常好,但如果不好学,都是有致命的短处。这里强调了知识修养对于一个人的重要,倡导积极学习,主动探知识。

()子夏曰:“博学而笃志,切问而近思,仁在其中矣。”
——《论语·子张》
有朋自远方来不亦乐乎。三人行,必有吾师。朝闻夕死。
温故而知新,可以为师也。
我最喜欢他的 己所不欲 勿施于人 温故而知新 知之为知之 不知为不知 是知也
温故而知新,可以为师矣。

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2、孔子名言

   

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3、孔子名言100句和翻译

   不知道那么多,先提供几句吧~请批评指正。
1. 学而不思则罔,思而不学则殆。
Learning without thought is labour lost; thought without learning is perilous.
2. 三人行,必有我师焉。择其善者而从之,其不善者而改之。
If im together with me people, then there must be my teachers. I will study their merits and avoid their shorings.
3. 知之为知之,不知为不知,是知也。
Its wise to hold what you know and admit what you dont know.
4. 有教无类。
Make no cial distinctions in teaching.
5. 学而时习之,不亦说乎?
Is it not pleasant to learn with a constant perseverance and application?
,可以为师矣。
Learning in review, a master you will be.
,好之者不如乐之者。
Knowing it is not as good as liking it, and liking it is not as good as enjoying it.
,习相远也。
By nature, men are nearly alike; by practice, they get to be wide apart.
,是谓过矣。
Not to mend the fault one has made is to err indeed.
,勿施于人。
What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others.
,行必果。
Keep what you say and carry out what you do.
,以友辅仁。
The superior man on grounds of culture meets with his friends, and by their friendship helps his virtue.
,匹夫不可夺志也。
Themander of the forces of a large State may be carried off, but the will of even amon man cannot be taken from him.
,焉知来者之不如今也?
A youth is to be regarded with respect. How do you know that his future will not be equal to our present?
,不亦乐乎?
Is it not delightful to have friendsing from distant quarters?
,不亦君子乎?
Is he not a man ofplete virtue, who feels no diposure though men may take no note of him?
,观其志。父没,观其行。三年无改于父之道,可谓孝矣。
While a mans father is alive, look at the bent of his will; when his father is dead, look at his conduct. If for three years he does not alter from the way of his father, he may be called filial.
,患不知人也。
I will not be afflicted at mens not knowing me; I will be afflicted that I do not know men.
,一言以蔽之,曰:思无邪。
In the Book of Poetry are three hundred pieces, but the design of them all may be embraced in one sentence Having no depraved thoughts.
,哀而不伤。
The Kwan Tsu is expressive of enjoyment without being licentious, and of grief without being hurtfully excessive.
,不远游,游必有方。
While his parents are alive, the n may not go abroad to a distance. If he does go abroad, he must have a fixed place to which he goes.
,己百之。
人十能之,己千之。
If others succeed by making one ounce of effort , I will make a hundred times as much effort ; if others succeed by making ten times as much effort , I will make ten hundred times as much effort .
,鲜矣仁!
A man who speaks with honeyed words and pretends to be kind can not be benevolent .
,鲜能知味也。
Everyone drinks and eats , but few know the real taste of what has been drunk or eaten .
,福而无骄易。
It is difficult for one to make noplaints when poor; but it is easy for one to show no arrogance when rich .
,小人诸人。
A gentleman sets strict demands on himself while a petty man sets strict demands on others.
,见志不从,又敬不违,劳而不怨
In serving one’s parents , one should dissuade them from doing wrong in the gentlest way. When the advice is ignored , one should remain reverent and obedient. One should notplain even when one is laden with anxiety.
,不可不知也。一则以喜,一则以惧.
One must always keep in mind one’s parents’ birthday. On the one hand, one is glad to offer birthday congratulations; on the other, one is worried to see they grow one year older.
,无见小利。欲速则不达,见小利则大事不成。
Do not make haste; do not covet small gains. If you make haste, you can not reach your goal; if you covet small gains, your efforts will not culminate in great achievements.
,不可则止,勿自辱焉
Advise earnestly and guide properly, stop doing if they don’t follow. Do not get vexed.
,不以人废言。
A gentleman does not promote a man whose words are pleasant to his ear, neither dose be disdain his correct words for he is an unpleasant man.
,为难养也。近之则不孙,远之则怨。
Of all people, girls and servants are the most difficult to behave to. If you are familiar with them, they lose their humility. If you maintain a reserve towards them, they are discontented.
,必有邻。
irtue is not left to stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors.
,三十而立,四十而不惑,五十而知天命,六十而耳顺,七十而从心所欲,不逾矩。
At fifteen I set my heart upon learning. At thirty, I planted my feet firm upon the ground. At forty, I no longer suffered from perplexities . At fifty, I knew what the biddings of Heaven were. At sixty, I heard them with docile ear. At seventy, I could follow the dictates of my own heart; for what I desired no longer overstepped the boundaries of right.
!一箪食,一瓢饮,在陋巷,人不堪其忧,回也不改其乐。贤哉回也!
Iparable indeed was Hui! A handful of rice to eat, a gourdful of water to drink, living in a mean street. Others would have found it unendurably depressing, but to Huis cheerfulness it made no difference at all. Iparable indeed was Hui.
,仁者乐山。知者动,仁者静。知者乐,仁者寿。
The wise find pleasure in water; the virtuous find pleasure in hills. The wise are active; the virtuous are tranquil. The wise are joyful; the virtuous are longlived.
,不舍昼夜。
It passes on just like this, not ceasing day or night!
,脍不厌细。
He did not dislike to have his rice finely cleaned, nor to have his minced meat cut quite small.
,非礼勿听,非礼勿言,非礼勿动。
Look not at what is contrary to propriety; listen not to what is contrary to propriety; speak not what is contrary to propriety; make no movement which is contrary to propriety.
,必有近忧。
If a man take no thought about what is distant, he will find rrow near at hand.
。少之时,血气未定,戒之在色。及其壮也,血气方刚,戒之在斗。及其老也,血气既衰,戒之在得。
There are three things which the superior man guards against. In youth, when the physical powers are not yet settled, he guards against lust. When he is strong and the physical powers are full of vigor, he guards against quarrelmeness (n. 喜吵架). When he is old, and the animal powers are decayed, he guards against covetousness.
〖哀乐相生〗 成语典故: 乐之所至,哀亦至焉,哀乐相生。 西汉·戴圣《礼记·孔子闲居》
〖兵不逼好〗 成语典故: 俘不干盟,兵不逼好。 《孔子家语·相鲁》
〖拔萃出类〗 成语典故: 出于其类,拔乎其萃,自生民以来,未有盛于孔子也。 语出《孟子·公孙丑上》
〖拔萃出群〗 成语典故: 出于其类,拔乎其萃,自生民以来,未有盛于孔子也。 《孟子·公孙丑上》
〖百福具臻〗 成语典故: 伏望陛下每以汉文孔子之意为准,则百福具臻。 《旧唐书·李藩传》
〖博古通今〗 成语典故: 吾闻老聃博古知今。 《孔子家语·观周》
〖拔类超群〗 成语典故: 出于其类,拔乎其萃,自生民以来,未有盛于孔子也。 语出《孟子·公孙丑上》
〖不劳而获〗 成语典故: 所于迩,故不劳而得也。 《孔子家语·入》
〖不能赞一词〗 成语典故: 至于为《春秋》,笔则笔,削则削,子夏之徒不能赞一词。 西汉·司马迁《史记·孔子世家》
〖不能赞一辞〗 成语典故: 至于为《春秋》,笔则笔,削则削,子夏之徒不能赞一辞。 《史记·孔子世家》
〖不切实际〗 成语典故: 若是徒有虚名,不切实际,那就成事不足,败事有余了! 丁寅生《孔子演义》第回
〖不请自来〗 成语典故: 老聃迎着说道:‘刚正想来访你,你已不请自来,省却我们许多脚步。’ 丁寅生《孔子演义》第五回
〖辨日炎凉〗 成语典故: 孔子东游,见两小儿辩斗。问其故,……一儿曰:‘日初出,大如车盖,及日中,则如盘盂:此不为远者小而近者大乎?’一儿曰:‘日初出,沧沧凉凉;及其日中,如探汤:此不为近者热而远者凉乎?’孔子不能决也。 《列子·汤问》
〖不识东家〗 成语典故: “不识东家丘”的略语。相传孔子西家有愚夫,不识孔子为圣人,称之为“东家丘”。
〖抱痛西河〗 成语典故: 孔子既没,子夏居西河教授,为魏文侯师。其子死,哭之失明。 典出《史记·仲尼弟子传·卜商传》
〖不通一窍〗 成语典故: 杀比干而视其心,不适也。孔子闻之曰:‘其窍通,则比干不死矣。’ 《吕氏春秋·过理》高诱注:“纣性不仁,心不通,安于为恶,杀比干,故孔子言其一窍通则比干不见杀也。”
〖抱瓮灌园〗 成语典故: 传说孔子的学生子贡,在游楚返晋过汉阴时,见一位老人一次又一次地抱着瓮去浇菜,“搰搰然用力甚多而见功寡”,就建议他用机械汲水。老人不愿意,并且说:这样做,为人就会有机心,“吾非不知,羞而不为也。”见《庄子·天地》
〖笔削褒贬〗 成语典故: 《春秋》自孔子加笔削褒贬,为后世立法,而后《春秋》不仅为记事之书。 清·皮锡瑞《经学历史·经学开辟时代》
〖不幸而言中〗 成语典故: 赐不幸而言中,是赐多言。 《孔子家语·辨物》
〖不壹而三〗 成语典故: 子贡既与卫将军文子言。适鲁,见孔子曰:‘卫将军文子问二三子之于赐,不壹而三焉。赐也辞,不获命;以所见者对矣。’ 《孔子家语·弟子行》
〖不知其子视其父〗 成语典故: 不知其子视其父,不知其人视其友,不知其君观其所使,不知其地视其草木。 《孔子家语·六本》
〖不赞一辞〗 成语典故: 至于为《春秋》,笔则笔,削则削,子夏之徒,不能赞一辞。 西汉·司马迁《史记·孔子世家》
〖不赞一词〗 成语典故: 至于为《春秋》,笔则笔,削则削,子夏之徒,不能赞一辞。 《史记·孔子世家》
〖迟迟吾行〗 成语典故: 孔子去齐,接淅而行;去鲁,曰:‘迟迟吾行也,去父母国之道也。 《孟子·万章下》
〖楚弓楚得〗 成语典故: 楚共王出猎而遗其弓,左右请之。共王曰:‘止!楚人遗弓,楚人得之,又何焉?’ 汉·刘向《说苑·至公》楚人失弓,楚人得之,又何焉? 《孔子世家·好生》
〖出何典记〗 成语典故: 寐与周公通梦,静与孔子同意,师而可嘲,出何典记。 《后汉书·边韶传》
〖出乎其类,拔乎其萃〗 成语典故: 圣人之于民,亦类也。出于其类,拔乎其萃,自生民以来,未有盛于孔子也。 战国·邹·孟轲《孟子·公孙丑上》
〖出疆载质〗 成语典故: 孔子三月无君,则皇皇如也,出疆必载质。 《孟子·滕文公下》
〖聪明睿智〗 成语典故: 聪明睿智,守之以愚。 《孔子家语·三恕》
〖出类拔萃〗 成语典故: 出于其类,拔乎其萃,自生民以来,未有盛于孔子也。 《孟子·公孙丑上》
〖春秋笔法〗 成语典故: 孔子在位听讼,文辞有可与人共者,弗独有也。至于为《春秋》,笔则笔,削则削,子夏之徒不能赞一词。 《史记·孔子世家》
〖成人之善〗 成语典故: 夫君子成人之善,不成人之恶,吾子言焉,吾弗之闻也。 《孔子家语·五仪解》
〖啜菽饮水〗 成语典故: 君子啜菽饮水,非愚也,是节然也。 《荀子·天论》孔子曰:啜菽饮水尽其欢,斯之谓孝。 《礼记·檀弓下》
〖存亡续绝〗 成语典故: 天生孔子不后周,不先周也,存亡续绝,俾枢纽也。 清·龚自珍《古史钩沉论二》
〖道不同,不相为谋〗 成语典故: 道不同,不相为谋。 先秦·孔子《论语·卫灵公》
〖丹赤漆黑〗 成语典故: 丹之所藏者朱,漆之所藏者黑,是以君子必慎其所处者焉。 《孔子家语·六本》
〖道大莫容〗 成语典故: 夫子之道,至大也,故天下莫能容夫子。 《史记·孔子世家》
〖导德齐礼〗 成语典故: 道之以德,齐之以礼,有耻且格。 先秦·孔子《论语·为政》
1. 学而不思则罔,思而不学则殆。
Learning without thought is labour lost; thought without learning is perilous.
2. 三人行,必有我师焉。择其善者而从之,其不善者而改之。
If im together with me people, then there must be my teachers. I will study their merits and avoid their shorings.
3. 知之为知之,不知为不知,是知也。
Its wise to hold what you know and admit what you dont know.
4. 有教无类。
Make no cial distinctions in teaching.
5. 学而时习之,不亦说乎?
Is it not pleasant to learn with a constant perseverance and application?
,可以为师矣。
Learning in review, a master you will be.
,好之者不如乐之者。
Knowing it is not as good as liking it, and liking it is not as good as enjoying it.
,习相远也。
By nature, men are nearly alike; by practice, they get to be wide apart.
,是谓过矣。
Not to mend the fault one has made is to err indeed.
,勿施于人。
What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others.
,行必果。
Keep what you say and carry out what you do.
,以友辅仁。
The superior man on grounds of culture meets with his friends, and by their friendship helps his virtue.
,匹夫不可夺志也。
Themander of the forces of a large State may be carried off, but the will of even amon man cannot be taken from him.
,焉知来者之不如今也?
A youth is to be regarded with respect. How do you know that his future will not be equal to our present?
,不亦乐乎?
Is it not delightful to have friendsing from distant quarters?
,不亦君子乎?
Is he not a man ofplete virtue, who feels no diposure though men may take no note of him?
,观其志。父没,观其行。三年无改于父之道,可谓孝矣。
While a mans father is alive, look at the bent of his will; when his father is dead, look at his conduct. If for three years he does not alter from the way of his father, he may be called filial.
,患不知人也。
I will not be afflicted at mens not knowing me; I will be afflicted that I do not know men.
,一言以蔽之,曰:思无邪。
In the Book of Poetry are three hundred pieces, but the design of them all may be embraced in one sentence Having no depraved thoughts.
,哀而不伤。
The Kwan Tsu is expressive of enjoyment without being licentious, and of grief without being hurtfully excessive.
,不远游,游必有方。
While his parents are alive, the n may not go abroad to a distance. If he does go abroad, he must have a fixed place to which he goes.
,己百之。
人十能之,己千之。
If others succeed by making one ounce of effort , I will make a hundred times as much effort ; if others succeed by making ten times as much effort , I will make ten hundred times as much effort .
,鲜矣仁!
A man who speaks with honeyed words and pretends to be kind can not be benevolent .
,鲜能知味也。
Everyone drinks and eats , but few know the real taste of what has been drunk or eaten .
,福而无骄易。
It is difficult for one to make noplaints when poor; but it is easy for one to show no arrogance when rich .
,小人诸人。
A gentleman sets strict demands on himself while a petty man sets strict demands on others.
,见志不从,又敬不违,劳而不怨
In serving one’s parents , one should dissuade them from doing wrong in the gentlest way. When the advice is ignored , one should remain reverent and obedient. One should notplain even when one is laden with anxiety.
,不可不知也。一则以喜,一则以惧.
One must always keep in mind one’s parents’ birthday. On the one hand, one is glad to offer birthday congratulations; on the other, one is worried to see they grow one year older.
,无见小利。欲速则不达,见小利则大事不成。
Do not make haste; do not covet small gains. If you make haste, you can not reach your goal; if you covet small gains, your efforts will not culminate in great achievements.
,不可则止,勿自辱焉
Advise earnestly and guide properly, stop doing if they don’t follow. Do not get vexed.
,不以人废言。
A gentleman does not promote a man whose words are pleasant to his ear, neither dose be disdain his correct words for he is an unpleasant man.
,为难养也。近之则不孙,远之则怨。
Of all people, girls and servants are the most difficult to behave to. If you are familiar with them, they lose their humility. If you maintain a reserve towards them, they are discontented.
,必有邻。
irtue is not left to stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors.
,三十而立,四十而不惑,五十而知天命,六十而耳顺,七十而从心所欲,不逾矩。
At fifteen I set my heart upon learning. At thirty, I planted my feet firm upon the ground. At forty, I no longer suffered from perplexities . At fifty, I knew what the biddings of Heaven were. At sixty, I heard them with docile ear. At seventy, I could follow the dictates of my own heart; for what I desired no longer overstepped the boundaries of right.
!一箪食,一瓢饮,在陋巷,人不堪其忧,回也不改其乐。贤哉回也!
Iparable indeed was Hui! A handful of rice to eat, a gourdful of water to drink, living in a mean street. Others would have found it unendurably depressing, but to Huis cheerfulness it made no difference at all. Iparable indeed was Hui.
,仁者乐山。知者动,仁者静。知者乐,仁者寿。
The wise find pleasure in water; the virtuous find pleasure in hills. The wise are active; the virtuous are tranquil. The wise are joyful; the virtuous are longlived.
,不舍昼夜。
It passes on just like this, not ceasing day or night!
,脍不厌细。
He did not dislike to have his rice finely cleaned, nor to have his minced meat cut quite small.
,非礼勿听,非礼勿言,非礼勿动。
Look not at what is contrary to propriety; listen not to what is contrary to propriety; speak not what is contrary to propriety; make no movement which is contrary to propriety.
,必有近忧。
If a man take no thought about what is distant, he will find rrow near at hand.
。少之时,血气未定,戒之在色。及其壮也,血气方刚,戒之在斗。及其老也,血气既衰,戒之在得。
There are three things which the superior man guards against. In youth, when the physical powers are not yet settled, he guards against lust. When he is strong and the physical powers are full of vigor, he guards against quarrelmeness (n. 喜吵架). When he is old, and the animal powers are decayed, he guards against covetousness.
,无以立。
Without ceremony, not to legislate.
,己欲达而达人。
Have Yuli written for the people, has been reached and want to master.
,则远怨矣。
Thick and thin bow since attributable to the pern, is much resentment.
,见不贤而内自省也。
Emulate those better than oneself behavior, see worthy oneself.
,执事敬,与人忠。
Naturally courteous, respectfully, and the people.
,则匆惮改。
Too, is not afraid to change.
,不二过。
Not angry not two.
,以友辅仁。
Form a literary circle, to the friends jen.
,损者三友。友直,友谅,友多闻,益矣。友便辟,友善柔,友便佞,损矣。
Benefits Friends of those who with the uplight; friendship with the sincere; and friendship with the man of much observation: these are with the man of specious airs; friendship with the insinuatingly ft; and friendship with the glibtongued: these are injurious.

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4、孔子名言

   【原文】
子曰:“不愤不咎,不悱不发。举一隅不以三隅反,则不复也。”
【译文】
孔子说:“不到他努力想弄明白而不得的程度不要去开导他;不到他心里明白却不能完善表达出来的程度不要去启发他。如果他不能举一反三,就不要再反复地给他举例了。”
【评析】
这里是孔子介绍了他在教育方面的体会,他并不觉得一个老师一言堂地给学生灌输就能有好的教学效果,而是觉得关键在于怎样启发学生自己去思考和琢磨。不是让老师替学生去举一反三、反复列举,而是启发学生去举一反三、触类旁通。要做到这一点,就必须坚持一个原则:不要轻易地把答案告诉学生,也不要过多地替学生思考,更不要给学生灌输标准答案。我想这是值得我们今天的老师在教学中思考和借鉴的。
聪明的老师在向学生教授新课的时候,往往从提问或做游戏开始,那样一方面容易能集中学生的思想,另一方面也能启发学生的思维。如果只是单纯地将现成的答案灌输给学生,学生往往只知其然,不知其所以然,更加会缺乏灵活运用和独立思考的能力。
又比如你在读这本书的时候,千万不要以为这里的译文和分析就是唯一的答案,你也可以试着从另外的角度来理解《论语》的原文。如果你善于开动脑筋勤思考,往往会有意外的发现和惊喜。
述而篇,子曰:不愤不启,不悱不发。举一隅不以三隅反,则不复也
孔子说:一个人不到他倾全力去尝试了解事理,但却仍然想不透的程度,我是不会去启示他的。不到他尽全力
想要表达其内心的想法,却想不到合适言词的程度,我是不会去开导他的。

孔子说:一个人不到他倾全力去尝试了解事理,但却仍然想不透的程度,我是不会去启示他的。不到他尽全力想要表达其内心的想法,却想不到合适言词的程度,我是不会去开导他的。如果告诉他一个角落是这样的,他还不能推悟出其它三个角落也是一样的,那我就不会再多说什么了

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