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  • We operate with some stock images of the addict: a person with a heroin needle in a park, or

    我們製作了幾個有關癮頭的影像:一個人在公園中拿著一隻海洛因的針頭,或是

  • who nurses a bottle of gin in a paper bag at nine in the morning or who sneaks off at every opportunity

    一個人在早上九點喝了一罐裝在袋中的杜松子酒,或是一找到機會就鬼鬼祟祟地溜出

  • to light up another cylinder of marijuana. However dramatic and tragic such cases of addiction might be,

    再點燃另一支大麻菸抽的人。不管怎麼樣,像是這類撼動人心以及慟人的上癮行為

  • they are simultaneously hugely reassuring to most of us

    對我們大多數人而言,的確可以大大地安撫我們的心

  • because they locate the addict far from ordinary experience, somewhere off-stage,

    因為這些癮頭是我們平常不會經歷到的、無法攤在檯面上的

  • in the land of semi-criminality and outright breakdown. Such examples are dangerously flattering,

    一種半犯罪以及徹底的崩潰。這些例子邪惡般地令人著迷

  • categorising addiction in a sentimental way that lets most of us off the hookand at the same time,

    雖然對我們大部分而言,誠實地認清癮頭會使得我們得到解脫-不過同時

  • cuts us off from identification with, and therefore sympathy for, the most wretched victims of addiction.

    會讓我們無法得到他人的認同感,因此同情那些深受癮頭控制的可憐人

  • There are, in truth, far more addicts than we think. Indeed, if we look at the matter squarely:

    事實上,成癮人比我們想得還要更多。的確是如此,如果正視這樣的事情:

  • we are pretty much all addicts. The official statistics on the consumption of hard drugs or alcohol

    我們也都算是成癮人。對這藥物成癮或是酒精飲用的官方統計數值

  • don’t begin to give a fair representation of the issue.

    無法清楚地呈現問題發生的原因

  • We need to define addiction in a new way: addiction is the manic reliance on something, anything,

    我們要從新定義癮頭:癮頭是對某物、任何事物的一種瘋狂依賴

  • in order to keep our dark or unsettling thoughts at bay. What properly indicates addiction

    為了要遠離我們那些黑暗或是動搖不定的想法。準確地來說癮頭

  • is not what someone is addicted to, for we can get addicted to pretty much anything.

    不是指某人沉迷於某物,因為我們對任何事物都會有所沉迷

  • It is the motives behind their reliance on itand, in particular, their

    癮頭就是一個依賴的動機-特別是,他們

  • desire to avoid encountering the contents of their own mind. Being inside our own minds is,

    渴望能逃避面對他們自己內心的想法。深思我們自己的心靈

  • for most of us, and very understandably, a deeply anxiety-inducing prospect. We are

    對我們大部分人而言,是非常能理解的,一種令人焦慮不堪的未來。我們

  • filled with thoughts we don’t want properly to entertain and feelings we are desperate not to feel.

    有著各式各樣的想法,這些想法令我們不愉快,而我們也非常不想要有任何感受

  • There is an infinite amount we are angry and sad about that it would take an uncommon degree of courage to face up to.

    我們有很多大發雷霆以及悲傷的可能性,而這些需要有無比的勇氣來面對

  • We experience a host of fantasies and desires that we have a huge incentive to disavow,

    我們有很許多的幻想以及永遠不願承認的慾望

  • because of the extent to which they violate our self-image and our more normative commitments.

    因為那樣的想法會破壞我們的形象以及基本的承諾

  • We shouldn’t pride ourselves because we aren’t injecting something into our veins.

    我們不該對這樣的自己有所驕傲,因為我們並沒有為自己注入新的能量

  • Almost certainly, we are doing something with equal commitment.

    絕對可以說是,我們也在做同樣的事

  • We are checking the news at four minute intervals, to keep the news from ourselves at bay.

    我們會每四分鐘看一次新聞,讓我們自己能逃避現況

  • Were doing sport, exhausting our bodies in the hope of not having to hear from our minds.

    我們會做運動,使得自己筋疲力盡,藉此來忘卻我們自己內心的想法

  • Were using work to get away from the true internal work were shirking.

    我們會埋頭苦幹來逃避我們內心所害怕的事情

  • The most compelling addictions can sound very righteous to the world. To get a measure

    最常見的癮頭不外乎會被人視為正常不過的。要來測量

  • of our levels of addiction, we need only consider when the last time might have been that we

    我們癮頭的程度,我們只需要思考上一次

  • were able to sit alone in a room with our own thoughts, without distraction, free associating,

    我們自己安靜地坐在房間與自己交談是什麼時候,沒有外在影響,就自己

  • daring to wander into the past and the future, allowing ourselves to feel pain, desire, regret and excitement.

    勇敢地回顧以前以及預測未來,允許我們自己感受痛苦、慾望、後悔以及興奮

  • We may start to see how much we have in common with the traditional addict.

    可能就可以發現自己與大眾的癮頭有什麼共通點

  • When we come face to face with them, were not meeting anything especially foreign, just

    當我們與癮頭面對面時,我們不是見到一個異類,就只是

  • a part of ourselves in a less respectable formopening up new opportunities for kindness, towards them, and us.

    我們較不被尊重的一部分-準備打開新機會,善意地迎接他們的來到我們身邊

  • We could start to think, too, of how we might wean ourselves off our chosen addictive pursuit.

    我們也可以這樣思考,就是有多少人可能會因追求癮頭進而拋棄了自我

  • We need to lose our fear of our minds. We need a collective

    我們需要有勇氣。我們要有很多的

  • sense of safety around confronting loss, humiliation, sexual desire and sadness

    安全感,以便來面對失去、汙辱、性渴望以及悲傷的感覺-

  • knowing that we will have to keep running away so long as we do not rehabilitate our feelings.

    我們要謹記著一直持續地前進,暫時忘卻我們的感受

  • On the other side of addiction is, in a sense, philosophyphilosophy understood as the patient,

    另一方面,癮頭以哲學角度來說,將哲學比喻成一位患者

  • unfrightened, compassionate examination of the contents of our own minds.

    堅強並且關切地檢視自己的心靈狀態

  • Thank you for watching, liking and subscribing. If you want more, why not visit us

    謝謝你們的收看、喜愛、以及訂閱。如果你們想看更多相關的影片,為什麼不

  • in person and attend a class? Or take a look at our shop at the link on your screen now.

    親自來參與我們的課程呢?或是來看看我們的商店,只要現在點銀幕上的連結就好了

We operate with some stock images of the addict: a person with a heroin needle in a park, or

我們製作了幾個有關癮頭的影像:一個人在公園中拿著一隻海洛因的針頭,或是

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我們都有癮頭的原因 (Why We Are All Addicts)

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