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 Everyone was to be given an equal chance to rise or fall on the social ladder according to individual abilities. This meant that everyone would be given an equal chance to run the social race---- not that everyone would have equal income or social status. Second, equally of opportunity was considered good for the individual because it allowed a person to find the best place in the economic system in which to develop personal interests and abilities.


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誰もが、個人の能力に合わせて出世の階段を上ったり下ったりする平等の機会が与えられるべきでした。 このことは、誰もが社会の競争に参加する平等の機会を与えられるべきだと言うことを意味しました ーーー 誰もが、平等の収入や社会的地位を得られることを意味した訳ではありませんでした。 第二に、機会の平等は、個人にとって好いことだと考えられました、なぜならば、そうすることで、個人は、経済システムの中で、個人的な興味や能力を発展させるための最適な場所を見つけることが出来たからでした。



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    Guenther and his colleagues say that they feel privileged to be involved in the project. “This was the first application where we see an individual improve his abilities based on something we theorized years ago,” he says. また、2つ目の文のindividualは名詞なんですか? よろしくお願いします^^;

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    英語が得意な方 和訳を助けてください。うまく訳せなくて困っています。よろしくお願いします。 The model under discussion was that those in work would pay a portion of their income into the pension pot to be passed on to pensioners, for which those contributing would be given points according to the level of contributions.

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    以下の和訳が分かりません。 分かる方がおりましたら、回答頂けるとありがたいです。 「 he problems that could arise would be when an order occasionally was “off” for whatever reason and had to be sent back, etc. 」

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    The Japanese judicial system is corrupt, racist and xenophobic, so foreign workers will not receive any relief or fair treatment from Japanese courts. In other words, foreign workers have no legal recourse. “Legal recourse” means an action that can be taken by an individual or a corporation to attempt to remedy a legal difficulty.

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    Any rights inhering in an individual, therefore, must be “stolen” from society as a whole. Classical economists led by Adam Smith, a prominent figure of the Enlightenment, in contrast, developed the notion of the marginal contribution of each individual to the production process as the basis of his or her incomes. Implicitly, Smith’s followers argued that Marx’s view was inconsistent with human nature and therefore could not explain economic development. Marx did recognize that acquisitive human nature was not compatible with a collectivized state.

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    Dorina Papageorgiou, a neuroscientist who works on decoding speech from fMRI signals at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, says that the research is “cutting-edge work in the area of brain-computer interface speech output”. But brain signals for speech can also be decoded by electrodes positioned outside the brain, on the skull, or from fMRI, as in Papageorgiou’s work, and she believes that, for many patients, non-invasive methods would be a better bet than a brain electrode. Guenther and his colleagues say that they feel privileged to be involved in the project. “This was the first application where we see an individual improve his abilities based on something we theorized years ago,” he says. Their efforts are appreciated by the patient too. “When we first arrived to install this system he was obviously very excited ― you can tell from his involuntary movements, and he was trying to look at us the whole time,” Guenther says. As the man’s father told the team, “he really has a new lease on life”. The team’s next step is to train their computer decoder to recognize consonants so that patients can from whole words, and even sentences. They also hope that with developments in technology, they can implant more electrodes in their next patient to transmit a more detailed signal. よろしくお願いします^^;

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    When Lusitania was built, her construction and operating expenses were subsidised by the British government, with the proviso that she could be converted to an armed merchant cruiser (AMC) if need be. A secret compartment was designed in for the purpose of carrying arms and ammunition. When war was declared she was requisitioned by the British Admiralty as an armed merchant cruiser, and she was put on the official list of AMCs. Lusitania remained on the official AMC list and was listed as an auxiliary cruiser in the 1914 edition of Jane's All the World's Fighting Ships, along with Mauretania. The Declaration of Paris codified the rules for naval engagements involving civilian vessels. The so-called Cruiser Rules required that the crew and passengers of civilian ships be safeguarded in the event that the ship is to be confiscated or sunk. These rules also placed some onus on the ship itself, in that the merchant ship had to be flying its own flag, and not pretending to be of a different nationality. Also, it had to stop when confronted and allow itself to be boarded and searched, and it was not allowed to be armed or to take any hostile or evasive actions. When war was declared, British merchant ships were given orders to ram submarines that surfaced to issue the warnings required by the Cruiser Rules. At the outbreak of hostilities, fears for the safety of Lusitania and other great liners ran high. During the ship's first east-bound crossing after the war started, she was painted in a grey colour scheme in an attempt to mask her identity and make her more difficult to detect visually. Many of the large liners were laid up in 1914–1915, in part due to falling demand for passenger travel across the Atlantic, and in part to protect them from damage due to mines or other dangers. Among the most recognisable of these liners, some were eventually used as troop transports, while others became hospital ships. Lusitania remained in commercial service; although bookings aboard her were by no means strong during that autumn and winter, demand was strong enough to keep her in civilian service. Economising measures were taken. One of these was the shutting down of her No. 4 boiler room to conserve coal and crew costs; this reduced her maximum speed from over 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph) to 21 knots (39 km/h; 24 mph). With apparent dangers evaporating, the ship's disguised paint scheme was also dropped and she was returned to civilian colours. Her name was picked out in gilt, her funnels were repainted in their traditional Cunard livery, and her superstructure was painted white again. One alteration was the addition of a bronze/gold coloured band around the base of the superstructure just above the black paint.

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    The truth is that Japan is so insular and tribalistic that foreigners will remain perpetual outsiders and will never be accepted in society. (“So...that...” means to the extent that. “Tribalistic” means advocating or practicing strong loyalty to one's own tribe or social group.)

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    入試問題の和訳でわからないところがあります。 自分で訳しましたので、添削お願いします。 ( )したところが、わからないところです。 Was mathematics an invention by people,or (was it all out there in the world,waiting to be discovered? Some bits of mathematics are so familiar that they seem to be part of nature. Take the equal sign,for example;it seems so natural that you could fond one in the one in the garden,but it was invented by a mathematician,Robert Recorde,in the 16th century. 数学は人々によって発明されたものだろうか、それとも(発見されるのを待ちながらーーーーーーーーーー?) 数学のある断片はとても身近にあるので、自然の一部であるように思われる。 例えば,等記号を取って見よう、それはとても自然なので、あなたは庭に見つけることができるだろうが、それは16世紀の数学者のロバート レコルデによって発明された。 (   )内のout there がよくわかりません。それと 3文目のone は等記号をさしていますか。 教えてください。

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    構文の構造がわかりません “If the weather was that bad, so bad that it was impassable or he would have to deviate so extensively he would reach his ‘minimum fuel limit’ then he would have to decide on whether to turn back. To turn back is tantamount to career suicide to some pilots in some cultures,” this pilot said. http://thediplomat.com/2015/01/management-culture-and-airline-tragedies/