則天去私とは何か : 『高慢と偏見』、『ウェイクフィールドの牧師』、『明暗』

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則天去私とは何か : 『高慢と偏見』、『ウェイクフィールドの牧師』、『明暗』
Title Alternative
What “Sokutenkyoshi” is : Pride and Prejudice, The Vicar of Wakefield‚ and Meian
Author
氏名 佐藤 深雪
ヨミ サトウ ミユキ
別名 SATO Miyuki
Subject
『明暗』
『文学論』
則天去私
自由間接話法
Charles Sanders Peirce
Abstract

The “sensation of reaction” is a concept proposed by Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914). It is classified as Secondness. “Second is the conception of being relative to, the conception of reaction with, something else ” (Peirce 1891: 175). I propose a hypothesis that the pair of “Jikohoni” (self-centeredness) and “Sokutenkyoshi” (selfless devotion to justice), which was a lifelong key concept of NATSUME Sōseki (1867-1916), is deeply connected to “Sensation of reaction”. Sōseki said “Sokutenkyoshi” was reflected in Pride and Prejudice (1813) and The Vicar of Wakefield (1766). In Meian (1916), he tried to do the same.
Can we interpret the three works by the concept of “Sensation of reaction”?
In Section Ⅱ, I define the meaning of “Jikohoni” and “Sokutenkyoshi” in Bungakuron (1907), Sōseki”s most important document of literary theory, and compare them to Peirce’s concept. In Sections Ⅲ, Ⅳ and Ⅴ, I interpret the three works based on the “Sensation of reaction”.
I conclude that “Jikohoni” and “Sokutenkyoshi” discussed in Bungakuron are comparable concepts to “Sensation of reaction” and constitute the structure of discourse realized in Meian.

Description Peer Reviewed
Journal Title
広島国際研究 = Hiroshima Journal of International Studies
Volume
21
Spage
85
Epage
101
Published Date
2015-11-30
Publisher
広島市立大学国際学部
ISSN
1341-3546
NCID
AN10485683
Language
jpn
NIIType
Journal Article
Text Version
出版社版
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hiroshima-cu