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    Title: 論西歐宏作品中之挫敗與變容
    Other Titles: Cioran ou la Transfiguration par la Défaite
    Authors: 舒卡夏
    Katarzyna Stachura
    Contributors: 歐洲語文學系
    Keywords: 西歐宏;懶抑;罪過;罪惡感;內疚
    Date: 2013.12
    Issue Date: 2014-04-24 09:52:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 原籍羅馬尼亞的法國作家西歐宏的思想難以歸類,作品主題常被冠上“負面”記號,如:煩悶、憂鬱、未完成或失敗。事實上所有這些現象的起源皆與《懶抑》有關。研究主旨便在於論證其關聯性。同時藉此說明此中古世紀基督教定義下的靈魂之罪至今依舊存在。論文主要觀點在於就作者早年帶有右翼反猶太思想的書寫探索此兼具道德與智性之錯的文集對他日後充滿尖酸與苦澀之作品《筆記》的關鍵性影響。
    Emil Cioran, a French thinker of Romanian origin, his thought is often considered to be too difficult to classify and to have seemingly negative meaning of tiredness, boredom, melancholy, incompleteness and defeat. In fact, all of these notions are connected to "acedia" which will be analyzed in this article. Firstly we will be interested in the Romanian period of Cioran's life, marked by his sympathizing with the extreme Right and his anti-Semitic comments. The second part of this study will show the consequences of this moral and intellectual mistake: Cioran's long-lasting remorse and its influence on his work, "Cahiers".
    Relation: 淡江外語論叢, 22, 39-82
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[歐洲語文學系] 期刊論文

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