[41～42] 다음 글을 읽고, 물음에 답하시오.
There is a difference between getting what you want and getting what you think you want. Technology gives us more and more of what we think we want. These days, looking at sociable robots and digitized friends, one might assume that what we want is to be always in touch and never alone, no matter who or what we are in touch with. One might assume that what we want is plenty of weak ties, the informal networks that underpin online acquaintanceship. But if we pay attention to the real consequences of what we think we want, we may discover what we really want. We may want some stillness and solitude. As an American writer once put it, we may want to live less ‘thickly’ and wait for more infrequent but meaningful _____________________. As we put in our many hours of typing ― with all fingers or just thumbs ― we may discover that we miss the human voice. We may decide that it is fine to play chess with a robot, but that robots are unfit for any conversation about family or friends. A robot might have needs, but to understand desire, one needs language and flesh. We may decide that for these conversations, we must have a person who knows, firsthand, what it means to be born, to have parents and a family, to wish for love and perhaps children, and to anticipate death. And, of course, we must not let the virtual take us away from the real world that doesn’t go away with a power outage.
41. 윗글의 제목으로 가장 적절한 것은?
① Plug In and Log On: Farewell to Loneliness
② Ethical Issues in the Online Community
③ Humans and Robots: Friends or Foes?
④ Connected yet Detached in Virtuality
⑤ Explore the Net, Go Beyond Reality
42. 윗글의 빈칸에 들어갈 말로 가장 적절한 것은?
① adventurous endeavors
② technological outbursts
③ face-to-face encounters
④ dialogs with social robots
⑤ supernatural interventions
문제 푸는 순서
문맥-단어: 앞 문장 - 빈칸 문장 - 뒤 문장이 부드럽게 연결되어야 한다.