偶然の記号論的分析 : 夏目漱石の後期作品

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Title
偶然の記号論的分析 : 夏目漱石の後期作品
Title Alternative
A Semiotic Analysis of Chance Encounters in Natsume Sōseki’s Late Works
Author
氏名 佐藤 深雪
ヨミ サトウ ミユキ
別名 SATO Miyuki
Subject
夏目漱石
偶然
記号論的分析
William James
Charles Sanders Peirce
Abstract

Natsume Sōseki described plentiful chance encounters between gates and entrances in his works. This paper deals with a semiotic analysis of chance encounters in his late works.
These encounters by chance occurred on the approach from gates to entrances, where wealth and poverty, past
and future, known and unknown, natural and artificial, chance and necessity, may turn into their opposite. Characters in Soseki’s novels will be taken to an unexpected place by a chance encounter. They turn into detectives chasing mysteries and secrets. The entrances where they stand are the stages of lies and deceit.
This analysis of Soseki’s works focuses on their affinity with the thought of William James, Charles Sanders
Peirce, and Henri Bergson. They were the philosophers Soseki was committed to. Like him, they were critical of necessitarianism. Soseki shared their ideas about the philosophy of chance.

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Journal Title
広島国際研究 = Hiroshima Journal of International Studies
Volume
18
Spage
101
Epage
111
Published Date
2012-11-30
Publisher
広島市立大学国際学部 (Hiroshima City University, Faculty of International Studies)
ISSN
1341-3546
NCID
AN10485683
Language
jpn
NIIType
Journal Article
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出版社版
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