日本、そして日本人像 through TALEB (ナシーム・ニコラス・タレブ)

膨大なるINCERTOの中で、TALEBが日本&日本人について褒めている箇所は、一ヶ所だけ。

そして、悲しいことに、賞賛しているのは「かつての」誇り高き日本の英雄たちだ。

In modern Japan, by contrast, shame comes with failure, which causes people to hide risks under the rug, financial or nuclear, making small benefits while sitting on dynamite, an attitude that strangely contrasts with their traditional respect for fallen heroes and the so-called nobility of failure*.
Antifragile (HARDCOVER), p171

*The Nobility of Failure; Tragic Heroes in the History of Japan: Ivan Morris(高貴なる敗北―日本史の悲劇の英雄たち)

なぜ日本は、日本人はこんなになってしまったのか?

the entrepreneur is still alive, though perhaps morally broken and socially stigmatized, particularly if he lives in Japan
*Antifragile (HARDCOVER), p79

rather than being subjected to the tedium of Japanese style low-intensity interminable office hours with sleep deprivation.
*Antifragile (HARDCOVER), p165

The same can be said of the debacle Fukushima: one can safely say that it made us aware of the problem with nuclear reactors (and small probabilities) and prevented larger catastrophes. (Note that the error of naive stress testing and reliance on risk models were quite obvious at the time; as with the economic crisis, nobody wanted to listen.)
*Antifragile (HARDCOVER), p72

debacle[dibɑ́kəl]: 大失敗

FIGURE 38. The probability is convex to standard deviation in a Gaussian model
the error of Fukushima
p454

鑑賞エセ―

失敗は恥だという「洗脳」「刷り込み」「教育」が日本を滅亡させるわけだ。
そして、結果として日本人は、「誤魔化し、隠蔽、臆病、妬み、」集団に成り下がってしまった。

∴日本は遅かれ早かれ、魂(元々ほとんどの日本人は持ち合わせてないのだが…)が奪われ、戦後の焼け野原のごとくボコボコになり、精神的に自滅していく。

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