I am a college teacher and corrects student papers every semester. There are always students lazy,who copied others' papers, I have to learn to recognize them. After a few years, I am gradually trained a pair of eagle eyes, which can find out the plagiarized part. Some sentences are clearly patchwork; some arguments make a logical jump that makes me suspect that the author stole someone else's thoughts.
According to my comparison and judgment, the
The body of
Example 1. page 5-6: " Rand even said that she hates everything in Russia This is certainly not true. She has never completely got rid of the Russian spirit, as she has never lost her love of Russian classical music"
The two words coincide "She has never completely got rid of Russian spirit" should be Liu's own comment.
Example 2. page28-29: " Honourable Nabokov and Miss Olga are glad to demonstrate to Rand the superiority of the constitutional monarchy, which is just a warm-up for them... Olga later said that Rand's debate style was intense and a bit provocative. But she doesn't mind because passionate arguments bring fun on both sides" "It is self-evident that Rand embraced republicanism. Theoretically this regime is more self-consistent and more consistent. The constitutional monarchy adapts and prevents the weakness of human feelings and cognition; but this can not be proved by theory, only by experience"
When Liu mentioned Rand's support for republic, he only said "theoretically more self-consistent", and Heller provided specific reasons that "heads of state arise according to their qualifications." I think this is because Liu Zhongjing emphasizes the rationalism of Rand, but the republic can also be empirically.
Example 3. page 56: "Rand's university courses are: Ancient History, Medieval History, Western History, Russian History, Logic, Philosophy of the mind, a forerunner of psychology, French, Biology, and required courses historical materialism and the history of socialism."
The two lists of courses are exactly the same, including the modifier "predecessor of psychology". Heller notes the original source of the curriculum: Chris Sciabarra's
Example 4. page 81: " The train took the future prophet to the door of the relatives in Chicago. The hospitable cousins greeted her at La Salle Street station.. The Stones, in the clothing business in Chicago, were accustomed to directing the "greenhorns"; but Rand was confident, and apparently did not need their guidance."
Example 5. page 106: " At the same time, Rand has found a group of like-minded allies in the intellectual community, which included a poet, former journalist, and copyright agent Melville Cane, and Cane's partner, Pincus Berner. The friendship between the four of them proved to withstand the test of time."
Heller called Cane a "copyright attorney" and Liu Zhongjing, a "copyright agent". Since Liu does not provide the original source, we cannot tell whether this was his translation mistake, or the source is different from "the World".
Example 6. page 130: " She and the Firm Right formed the Associated Ex-Willkie Workers Against Willkie. They wrote letters to the press, ridiculing the original selected leader and blaming him for helping the Communist Party... At the end of 1940, she was less than $900 left."
In addition, I also found that Liu Zhongjing's
Ten sampling inspections have found overlapping words, it at least shows that Liu Zhongjing has a major suspicion of rewriting
The last sentence is being said, if you want to abbreviate a book, what should you do? I suggest that you first get the right to adapt the original book and add your opinion in the form of commentary in the abbreviated book. This not only respects both the creation and copyright of others, but also reflects your perspective. I think this is the way legitimate and decent for an author. Do Mr. Liu Zhongjing and his fans think so?
คำปฏิเสธ: บทความนี้ทำซ้ำจากสื่ออื่น ๆ วัตถุประสงค์ของการพิมพ์ซ้ำคือการถ่ายทอดข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมไม่ได้หมายความว่าเว็บไซต์นี้เห็นด้วยกับมุมมองและรับผิดชอบต่อความถูกต้องและไม่รับผิดชอบใด ๆ ตามกฎหมาย แหล่งข้อมูลทั้งหมดในเว็บไซต์นี้ได้รับการรวบรวมบนอินเทอร์เน็ตจุดประสงค์ของการแบ่งปันคือเพื่อการเรียนรู้และการอ้างอิงของทุกคนเท่านั้นหากมีการละเมิดลิขสิทธิ์หรือทรัพย์สินทางปัญญาโปรดส่งข้อความถึงเรา