죄의식, 원한, 근대성 : 소세키와 이광수
Guilt, Resentment, Modernity : Soseki Natsume and Kwangsu Yi
The sense of guilt found in some novels of early modern Japan made me compare the novels of Soseki Natsume's and Kwangsu Yi's and analyze the difference between them which is evident in the contrast between Kokoro(こころ) and Yujung(有情). The former corresponds to the guilt as a failed appellation and the later as immanent in the appellation in itself. This difference can be explained by that of their positions. The one accepted the modernity as a 'master' but the other as a 'slave'. It is very impressive that Kwangsu Yi depicted the inverted subject who is innocent but hungry for guilt to be a respectable subject. However, in the respect of the ethic, they two coincide with each other in that they produced the ethic by the will to be charged with surplus-responsibility. The guilt as a failed appellation is based on that as immanent in the appellation in itself. The difference between them can be made clear when we can see whose gaze made their guilt. The collective-subject of Kwansu Yi's appears as a much more distorted feature than Soseki Natsume's. It is the effect of being colonized and the resentment under its bottom.
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