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    15句中英文犯罪心理描述名言一,是犯罪行为的内在动因和支配力量,犯罪行为是犯罪心理的外部表现。有很多时候,成名人士已经把这些心理详细的描述了出来。

    15句中英文犯罪心理描述名言一

    1、James reese once said,"there are certain clues at a crime scene which, by their very nature, do not lend themselves to being. How does one collect love, rage, hatred, fear?"

    James Reese曾说过,"犯罪现场中的某些线索,据它们自己本身的性质, 是不容易给收集起来检测的.一个人怎么能收集起爱情, 愤怒,憎恨, 和害怕?"

    2、Faulkner once said,"don't bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself."

    福克纳曾说过,"别自寻烦恼地只想比你同时代的人或是先辈们出色.试着比你自己更出色吧."

    3、Rose Kennedy once said: Birds sing after a storm, why shouldn’t people feel as free to delight in whatever sunlight remains to them?

    肯尼迪的母亲说:鸟儿在暴风雨后歌唱,为什么人们在仍是阳光普照时还不尽请感受快乐呢?

    4、Euripides said: When a good man is hurt, all who would be called be good must suffer with him.

    欧里庇得斯[希腊悲剧诗人]说:当一个好人受到伤害,所有好人定将与其同厉磨难。

    5、Euripides said: When love is in excess, it brings a man no honor nor worthiness.

    欧里庇得斯[希腊悲剧诗人]说:爱得太深,会失去荣耀和价值。

    6、Friedrich Nietzsche wrote: The irrationality of a thing is not argument against its existence, rather a condition of it.

    尼采说:[要说明]一件事的不合理性,与其驳斥其存在的依据,还不如以一种特定的情况来证明。 一件事的不合理不构成它存在的反证,而恰恰是它存在的条件

    7、Shakespeare wrote: Nothing is so common as the wish to be remarkable.

    莎士比亚:没有什么比希望不平凡而平凡的了。

    8、Doctor Thomas Fuller wrote: Was foxes, we must play the fox.

    托马斯-富勒博士说:在狐狸面前,我们必须更狡猾。

    9、Hemingway Wrote: (Certainly) there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough are like it, never really care for anything else (thereafter).

    海明威说:对人的追捕和任何捕猎都有所不同,那些长期并且喜欢追捕危险分子的人,从来不会关心周边的一切。 海明威说“没有任何追捕可以和对人的追捕相比,那些长期且喜欢追捕武装份子的人从来不会真的在乎其他任何东西”

    10、Carl Jung said: The healthy man does not torture others. Generally it is the tortured who turn into tortures.

    正常人是不会折磨别人的,一般来说,被虐者最后会成为施虐者。 健康的人不会折磨别人,一般是被折磨的变成了折磨人的.

    11、Robert Oxton Bolton wrote: A belief is not merely an idea the mind possesses; it’s an idea that possesses the mind.

    罗伯特 奥克斯顿(著名作家,1924-1995):信仰不只是一种受头脑支配的思想,它也是一种可以支配头脑的思想。

    12、Albert Einstein said: A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or (are) the others crazy?

    爱因斯坦说:有个问题时常困扰我,到底是我疯了还是别人疯了? "有时会使我迷惑...是我疯了还是其他人疯了?"

    13、Sir Peter Ustinov said: Unfortunately, the super-abundance of dreams is paid for by a growing potential for nightmares.

    爵士彼特,文化界名人:不幸的是,多梦的代价就是随之而来的噩梦也会增多。

    14、Playwright Eugene Ionesco said: Ideologies separate us. Dreams and anguish bring us together.

    剧作家说:意识形态分离了我们,而梦想和痛苦使我们走到一起。

    15、Harriet Beecher Stowe said: The bitterest tear shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone.

    著名作家:从坟墓里流出的最痛苦的泪水,是为了还没说出的话,和还未做过的事。

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