学術雑誌論文 「甘え」の言語的起源

黄, 萍

21pp.43 - 58 , 2017-03-23 , 西日本応用倫理学研究会
ISSN:2186-7909
内容記述
Takeo Doi, mainly from a perspective of psychoanalysis, defined the concept of amae as follows: Psychological activities (emotions) seeking mothers after when infants have experienced some degree of mental development and been aware that mothers and themselves were different beings. However, Takeo Doi did not research the etymology of amae nor the rationality of its definition from a linguistic point of view. To address this gap, this study looked at the modern Japanese verb amaeru and the adjective amai corresponding to amae. Furthermore, major etymological lexicons were studied (referring to Kojiki, Nihon Shoki and other classical records) and combined with phonology, phonetics, and early childhood psychology research. The following results were obtained: amae is derived from the "baby's desire for its mother's sweet milk" and "human beings' praise for beautiful things such as God and the gods' laments". This leads to the idea of "the infant's pursuit of a mother who can give her own sweet milk", thereby circumventing the rationality of Takeo Doi's definition ofamae.
本論文は中国国家留学基金の助成を受けた“‘amae’心理之中日比較研究”の研究成果の一部である。
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