Departmental Bulletin Paper へーゲル的主体のメランコリー : 『欲望の主体』におけるバトラーのヘーゲル解釈とその展開
The Melancholy of Hegelian Subject : Judith Butler’s Reading of Hegel in Subjects of Desire

藤高, 和輝  ,  Fujitaka, Kazuki  ,  フジタカ, カズキ

37pp.71 - 86 , 2016-03-31 , 大阪大学大学院人間科学研究科 社会学・人間学・人類学研究室 , SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY Graduate School of Human Sciences OSAKA UNIVERSITY , オオサカ ダイガク ダイガクイン ニンゲン カガク ケンキュウカ シャカイガク ニンゲンガク ジンルイガク ケンキュウシツ
Judith Butler is well known as a feminist and queer theorist. Also, her thought is understood to have been infl uenced by poststructuralism. However, her philosophical background also includes Hegelian philosophy. Indeed, her academic career started from a study of Hegel, which was published as Subjects of Desire: Hegelian Refl ections in 20th Century France (1987). In this sense, it can be said that Hegelianism is an indispensable to comprehending her thought. Thus, we must elucidate how Butler interprets Hegel, and how her Hegelian background is linked to her own theory from Gender Trouble (1990) on. Therefore, this article examines Butler’s Hegelianism, focusing on a reading of Subjects of Desire. From the fi rst to third sections, I clarify the “Hegelian subject” Butler describes in Subjects of Desire. In the fourth section, I prove that the Hegelian subject is structuralized by melancholy. Through these discussions, I would like to suggest a connection between Butler’s early work on Hegel and her theory of melancholy after Gender Trouble.

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