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《菊与刀》读后感【精选大全】

发布者:李加兴   发表时间:2020-10-17     类型: 读后感

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《菊与刀》读后感(第一篇6127字)

The Yamato has always been seen as a learning ethnic group. It has been greedly asorbing the civilization from other nations by learning their culture, character, tradition, art, architecture and even religion. A great deal of Japanese culture and religion had been adapted from the older civilization, China. To them, China used to be their great teacher. In the past thousands of years, the Japanese were so eagerly to see and to learn from this teacher, ingnoring the long, dangerous journey and the deep Japanese Sea. However, since the latest century, the teacher has been invaded by his student, surpassed his student. And now, to be frank, the teacher is not competent enough to be in this position any longer. In many aspects, such as science and economy, the teacher has fallen behind his student. Maybe it"s time for the teacher to examine himself profoundly. Americans believe no one stands still; if you are not moving ahead, you are falling behind. The teacher must has already been familiar with this credo. Maybe it"s time for the teacher to learn something from the Student.


Let"s see how does the Japanese behavior in some aspects.The Japanese view boon a burden. They do like to easily accept others" help, even is from a close relatives. This might seems quite weird to us. In our opinion, lending a hand to a friend, a relative or a stranger is a gracious act. We should be happy with it. Because when we are short of money, someone would lend us some to make the ends meet; when we are having a birthday or a ceremony, someone would come with fabulous presents; when we fall over and got injured on the leg, someone would come and support us with a hand. All above are those which we consider as beautiful acts. And thanks to them our soiciety would become more harmonious and peaceful. However, that does not mean that the Japanese people do not like benevolence. In fact, they appreciate it too. The difference between us lies on which part of this deed we separately focus on. In our sense of worth, we focus on this innitiative act and consider it as a way to break the cat ice between everyone. The Japanese people has a sense of worth which is quite a difference from ours. Actually, hardly on earth could we find another sense of worth which is familiar to the Japanese. They put most of their attention of Paying a Debt of Gratitude, which means when they accept someone else"s grace, they should start to think about what they can pay back. It is similar to a Chinese saying remember the gratitude and try to repay it. However, you can also find a more appropriate saying Drips of grace, Yongquan. That could most accurately descibe the Japanese way. In their eyes, the gratitude is the most unbearable thing. Once accepted, they should try to repay it heart and soul. And they call it ties of friendship.


Far across the sea, on that long, narrow island, the people have incorporated ties of friendship into every aspect of their lives. And as early as in one"s youth, his parents would start to teach him the importance of ties of friendship, whose objects are not only the people who show the gratitude, but also relatives, friends, strangers and most important of all, their mikado. It seems to the Japanese that they are born with the gratitude of the mikado and they could never pay back the endless grace. Thus every singal Japanese could sacrifice himself or herself when necessary, and they consider it a honor which is above everything else.


Look at ourselves, as the economic is developing faster than our mental power, we are losing ourselves in the mist. Maybe the Japanese sense of worth could remind us the traditional Chinese virtue. Unlike the Japanese, we are born with the gratitude of our motherland. With her latex, we grow up upbring sturdily. But in the mist of money and power, we almost forget to pay back her gracefully bestow. Although it is not the emergent moment that we have to sacrifice ourselves, if needed, I believe most of us will do so, we should get ready for the challenges in this changing world. Keep in mind that we bear the grace of our motherland and never forget our duties, that is pushing our country toward prosperity.


Another thing I"d like to mention is the self-discipline of the Japanese. In their world, the entertainment and work is apparently seperated. While working, they try their best and leaving everything else behind. But that does not mean they do not like entertainments. Oppositely, they view entertaiment a necessary part of life. And in Japan, sex is not such shameful topic as it is in China. The Japanese people, even the women after giving birth to their child, would talk it publicly while they are gathering together with their friends and view it as palate. And they"d like to develop their hobbies. For example, most of the Japanese like to sleep and they do not consider sleeping a way to rest. In fact, they make it their hobby and try to develop it. That"s why the Japanese people could sleep at anytime and anywhere in any posture right away.


However, while compared with their work or duty, entertainment could be a quite trivial thing. One example is that, the Japanese soldiers could keep awake for 60 hours with only 10 minutes" break in their training. And the drill master said They already know how to sleep, it"s time to learn how to get rid of sleep. In their opinion, entertainment could be droped easily if necessary.


We always have this kind of feeling, when we are having some kind of enjoyment, we are worrying about some work undone. And when we are doing our work, we are thinking about play and rest momently. I think that"s why some of us find our efficiency so poor, and that"s also why success is always so far away. There is no harm in separating work and play totally. And furthermore, maybe play actually is not so important, we should choose the most vauluable thing to do in our limited lifetime.


Hermann Hesse, a famous German writer, said in his book Siddhartha We should do things in the way a stone falls into the water. Straightly, without any interuption, I think that"s the short cut to success.



《菊与刀》读后感(第二篇608字)

结构还是不行很好把控,历时也太长,前思不接后想,很难微言大义,没有很好的把握作者的题旨与企图。当初想要读它的冲动源于对人类学感兴趣,还有即是想晓畅日本企业的经营管理,最终也是因为自己的附庸风雅!还有即是为了下本书—源氏物语做一下铺垫。


读此书让我望见很多中国人身上也有的特质,但总嗅觉中国人没有日本人走得极端,虽然望见很多中国人才有的性格,但说不上日本人是中国人的影子,中国人讲究中和,日本人却有节制的将与我们所共通之处发现到极致。忠、孝、义等都发现到让我很不习惯的地步,我总想批评我们自己的满口仁义道德,私下里苟且肮脏,贤非贤,义非义,忠也不行全,我对自己周遭的人及一切都是怀疑的作风,这让我佩服起日本人来,但在书中我读出日本人的呆板与僵化和木讷。他们对性的随意,让我面红颈赤,不敢苟同,但以自己本性来说,有时就喜欢这种极致,藏着掖着,想想也没劲。


看到他们对孩子的作育,我也想起自己小时候的经历,是有很多相似之处的,相比成年后性格的巨变,让我反思自己是否也是云云,有,但我们的条条框框就少了很多了,很武断,这是对自己下的定论,无关整个国民。


如今出来工作,因为公司管理轨制上的少许轨制是引进日本的,让我产生学习晓畅日本的意念,从国家的发展上,日本的确走在前方,即使我们一直在赶超,也还需求一段时间。当下我们的体系、文化、经济管理的发展上,我只看到我们一直在借鉴效仿,一路学习,于是学习试着晓畅日本,也成了自己兴趣之一。



《菊与刀》读后感(第三篇683字)

本尼迪克特在《菊与刀》中以"菊"和"刀"来象征日本人的矛盾性格:"菊"是日本皇家家徽,"刀"是武士道的象征,这二者体现了日本文化的双重性——温和又好斗,爱美又黩武,尚礼又倨傲,善变又执著,驯服又私行,忠贞又反叛,勇敢又怯懦。


本是作为一个西方人没有带感情色彩和主观意识,比较冷静的傍观者来写这本书的,应该是比较客观吧,这本书在日本也惹起轰动。


我的爷爷是在抗日战争时加入共产党打日本人的,他的两个血气方刚堂弟其时还在北京和天津的大学读书,立即会到家乡抗日。


对于当初日本人的凶残,爷爷奶奶一直记忆犹新,那么多的中国人,那么大的中国须臾被小小的日本打败了,日本人整个村庄的屠杀。为什么?爷爷最气愤的日本人再凶残也是明枪明刀的,最可恶即是那些为虎添翼的汉奸,没有他们日本人只不过是没有翅膀的老鹰。汉奸给日本人出谋划策的残害自己的同族,而且是暗箭难防。


经常听到这种评价,中国人单打独斗是条龙,在一道就内斗——不团结。我不知道如许的评价是否正确,但起码可以引以为戒。强大的堡垒,从内部更容易攻破。比如说,少许外贸出口的产品,同是中国的企业能不行有全居观念,不要相互砍价格挖墙角,大家团结起来,有一个行业同盟,大家都赚钱,不好吗?。本来从本的描述中并没有表扬日本人聪明,聪明并不是日本人的强项,相反中国人反而被认为聪明,聪明的人造什么没有上风呢?什么时候才能像美国人那样被日本人崇拜。是不是我们也有自己的污点,因为每个人都太过聪明,太过聪明,就容易太过自我。


西方国家总是说我们不民主,恐怕西方似的民主在中国会产生水土不服吧。兴许我们自己的人类学专家可以像本一样研究研究,探讨探讨了。


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