Departmental Bulletin Paper 中河與一の〈初期偶然論〉における必然論的側面 : 小説「数式の這入つた恋愛詩」の分析を通して
ナカガワ ヨイチ ノ ショキ グウゼンロン ニオケル ヒツゼンロンテキ ソクメン : ショウセツ スウシキ ノ ハイッタ レンアイシ ノ ブンセキ オ トオシテ
Necessitarian Aspects in the Prototype of Nakagawa Yoichi's Accidentalism : An Analysis of His Novel Sushiki−no−Haitta−Ren'aishi

黒田, 俊太郎

32pp.322 - 332 , 2017-03-10 , 鳴門教育大学 , Naruto University of Education
Novelist Nakagawa Yoichi (1897-1994) had a series of debates known as Keishikishugi−Bungaku−Ronsou (Formalist Literary Debates) with Marxist critics between 1929 and 1930.The issue at stake was whether or not art is an ideological device for class struggle. With this debate in mind, one of the main characters' setback and restart in Nakagawa's novel Sushiki−no Haitta−Ren'aishi (A Love Poem that Contains a Numerical Formula) seem to allegorically show the possibilities and limitations of his art theory. In this paper, through an analysis of this novel, I examine the prototype of the art theory that Nakagawa would later call Guzenron (accidentalism). This paper also looks at how Nakagawa's knowledge of Einstein's theory of relativity and principles of quantum mechanics, such as Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, affected his art theory.

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