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    Title: 日本古代天皇制中的天皇原型---從記紀、萬葉之天皇形象看起 (II)
    Other Titles: The Archetype of Mikado in the Ancient Mikado System--- Analysis of Mikado Image in Kojiki, Nihonsyoki and Manyousyu (Part Two, Part Three)
    Authors: 鄭家瑜
    Contributors: 國立政治大學日本語文學系
    Keywords: 《古事記》;《日本書紀》;《萬葉集》;天皇;天皇制;古代天皇制;性格分析;類型;原型
    Kojiki Nihonsyoki Manyousyu Mikado Mikado System Ancient Mikado Sys tem Character Analysi s Type Archetype
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2012-11-19 14:59:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 題目:日本古代天皇制中的天皇原型-從記紀、萬葉之天皇形象看起( Ⅲ - Ⅱ , Ⅲ - Ⅲ ) 日本的天皇制, 不但是世界上現存最久的君主制, 更是維繫日本一千三百年以上歷史, 以及形成日本文化根基不可或缺之要素。所以要想了解日本文化,先要了解日本天皇制;要想了解日本天皇制,就要認識日本天皇; 而要認識日本天皇, 就要正本清源探討日本古代天皇制裡的天皇。有關日本天皇的這個主題,已有為數頗多的研究資料。不過,其重點多在歷史、政治或是民俗的議題上。本計劃企圖透夠文學的角度,將「天皇」視為人物類型中的一類,選取《古事記》、《日本書紀》、《萬葉集》 ( 以下簡稱「記紀、萬葉」) 為文本, 透過(1 ) 天皇與自己 ( 2 ) 天皇與皇后、皇子(3 ) 天皇與手足(4 )天皇與臣子(5 ) 天皇與人民(6 )天皇與神等等幾個面向,以天皇的言行、舉止、反應、容貌、風度等等指標,來分析該文本內部所呈現的天皇的性格、機能與造型。更透過三部作品中所描述之天皇形象的類型化以及交叉比對的過程,分析歸納出三作品中各類型之天皇形象的普遍性概念,進而彙整出存在於三部作品背後的最大他者- -古代天皇制中之天皇原型。本計劃為9 8 年國科會計畫之連續性計畫,目的在接續9 8 年國科會計畫之內容,繼續針對記紀、萬葉中之天皇形象以及其與古代天皇制的關係進行考察。企圖透過連續性計畫,以建立上代文學之三部代表作━《古事記》《日本書紀》《萬葉集》之系統性的天皇人物研究。
    Topic: The Archetype of Mikado in The Ancient Mikado System – Analysis of Mikado Image in Kojiki , Nihonsyoki and Manyousyu (Part Two, Part Three) Mikado system is not only the longest monarchy in the world nowadays but also the corners tone of Japanese culture and more than 1300 years of h i s tory. Therefore, we must understand Mikado system first if we want to know Japanese c u l ture; acquire who and what Mikado is first if understand Mikado system; thoroughly overhaul Mikado image in the ancient Mikado system f i r s t i f acquire who and what Mikado i s . There have been so many research papers on the subject about Mikado, but they all are focused on history, p o l it ics or folkloristics. This research project will be through literary perspective t o t reat Mikado as one of character is tic types. We will pick up Kojiki, Nihonsyoki and Manyousyu as research text s , accordi n g t o the relations between (1) Mikado and himsel f , ( 2 ) Mikado, queen and prince, (3) Mikado and his brothers and s i s ters, (4) Mikado and courtiers , (5) Mikado and subjects, ( 6 ) Mikado and gods, by the observation of Mikado’s words, behaviors, reactions, appearances and attitudes, to find out person a l i ty, function and modeling of Mikado in these texts. Moreover, through the process of t y p i f ication and comparison with images of Mikados in the thr ee tex ts , we attempt to induce types of Mikado to a general concept, and f u r ther, d i scover t he supreme Other behind all -- the archetype of Mikado in the ancient Mikado System. This is part two of our Nat ional Science Council grant project in 2009, and aims a t keeping the res u l ts and f indings o f part one to continue studying Mikado image in Kojiki , Nihonsyoki and Manyousyu and observing i ts relation with ancient Mikado system. Through a serial research plan, we attempt to establish a systematic research on Mikado in the ancient Japanese masterpieces -- Kojiki, Nihonsyoki and Manyousyu.
    Relation: 基礎研究
    研究期間:9908~ 10007
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[日本語文學系] 國科會研究計畫

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