Source text - English By saying that God’s dead leaves a big hole in man’s existence. Man then needs to fill this hole. As Paul Tillich explains: “Nietzsche meant that when the traditional idea of God falls, something else must fall along with it. The system of [religious] ethical values, on which society is based, [has fallen] ... The result is ... that somebody else must replace God as the bearer of the system of traditional values. This is man... This idea has many implications. One of them is Nietszche’s famous phrase ‘the transvaluation of all values’. All the traditional values must be replaced by other ones. Not any transcendent [higher] authority does this, but man does. Does this not imply a tremendous over-estimation of man’s greatness?”
Translation - Chinese 认为上帝死了就给人类的存在留下了一个巨大的黑洞。人就需要来填补这个黑洞。Paul Tillich这样解释：“尼采认为当对神的传统的观念倒塌后，其他的一些东西也会随之坍塌。社会所赖以为基的（宗教）伦理价值（倒塌了）…结果就是…某个人必须取代神的位置，作为传统价值体系的承担着。这是人…这一观念有很多含义。其中一个就是尼采著名的‘所有价值的重新评估’。所有的传统价值都必须被取代。这不是由任何超然的（更高的）权威所完成，而是由人自己完成的。这难道不是暗含着对人类自身伟大的可怕的过高估计吗？”
English to Chinese: screw jack
Source text - English Pfaff-silberblau worm gear screw jacks and quick-lifting units
can be used together, as either single drive units (see section
2.11.1) or multi-spindle units (see section 2.11.2). Multi-spindle
drive units with mechanical synchronization are driven by a
single motor, which makes them impervious to unequal load
distribution and its negative effects on the synchronization of
the lifting elements. Multi-spindle units with electrical synchronization
are distinguished by their low requirements in
terms of mechanical connecting elements (and therefore lack
of running noise), but they do require more sophisticated Controls.
Precise configuration of the drive motors, in conjunction
with a master-slave layout, produces the correspondingly exact
synchronization of the drive systems.
Once you have decided on the best layout for your needs, you
can establish which mitre gear boxes, couplings and dumbbell
shafts are to be fitted. The fitting of pillow blocks can multiply
the speed-dependent length of the dumb-bell shafts.