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タイトル独善的還元主義への諷刺的まなざし : ゼイディ ・ スミス 『ホワイト ・ ティース』小論
タイトル別表記Satirical Gaze on Self-righteous Reductionism in Zadie Smith's White Teeth
作成者高本, 孝子
作成者ヨミタカモト, タカコ
作成者別表記Takamoto, Takako
著者キーワードZadie Smith
White Teeth
reductionism
Francis Fukuyama
Nietzsche
superman
ファイル形式application/pdf
内容記述(抄録等)Zadie Smith's White Teeth (2000) is commonly considered to be a novel describing multiculturalism in contemporary London, but the scope of the novel is actually far larger than that. The author's main concern is to depict satirically the characters who devote themselves wholeheartedly to particular doctrines: they presume those doctrines will provide them with clear-cut solutions to any complicated problem in life, even that of preserving a sense of one's own personal identity. Throughout the novel, we detect hints that self-righteousness derived from monistic reductioriism can lead to dangerous exclusivism. Smith shows thal such concepts as can be found in reductive ideologies - "purity" , "truth" and "roots" - are nothing more than illusion, and that their quests can be morally dangerous; rather, she encourages mixing of peoples in order to make the world a better and safer place to live. Moreover, by adopting intertextualitv, she also targets her criticism of reductionism at those ideologists who allegedly abused Nietzscheanism. including Francis Fukuyama and Nazi philosophers. Her "superman" is, unlike theirs and even Nietzsche's, a man who does not resort to any particular dogma as easy means to seek out a sense of identity but accepts existential anxiety as well as eternal recurrence.
出版者水産大学校
出版者ヨミスイサン ダイガッコウ
Nii資料タイプ紀要論文
本文言語jpn
ISSN0370-9361
掲載誌名水産大学校研究報告
56
1
開始ページ11
終了ページ20
発行日2007-11
著者版/出版社版出版社版
リポジトリIDNF0056102
ファイル56-1-11-20.pdf ( 684.0KB ) 公開日 2019-07-26
地域区分水産大学校