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強迫観念的孝行:中国の父系制とその不満

Filial Obsessions : Chinese Patriliny and Its Discontents . 1st ed. 2017

(Culture, Mind, and Society)

Sangren, P. Steven

Palgrave Macmillan 2017/03
XVI, 381 p. 30 illus. in color.
出版国: CH
ISBN: 9783319504926
eISBN: 9783319504933
KNPID: EY00163853
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This book employs a broad analysis of Chinese patriliny to propose a distinctive theoretical conceptualization of the role of desire in culture. It utilizes a unique synthesis of Marxian and psychoanalytic insights in arguing that Chinese patriliny is best understood as, simultaneously, “a mode of production of desire” and as “instituted fantasy.” The argument advances through discussions and analyses of kinship, family, gender, filial piety, ritual, and (especially) mythic narratives. In each of these domains, P. Steven Sangren addresses the complex sentiments and ambivalences associated with filial relations. Unlike most earlier studies which approach Chinese patriliny and filial piety as irreducible markers of cultural difference, Sangren argues that Chinese patriliny is better approached as a topic of critical inquiry in its own right. 

Table of Contents

1. Nezha, A Chinese Superboy

2. “Filial Piety” and Cultural Difference
3. Spirit Possession, Family Issues, and the Production of Gods Biographies
4. Ambivalence: The Fathers We Have and the Fathers We Wish to Have
5. The Social Production of Desire
6. Ancestor Worship, The Confucian Father, and Filial Piety
7. Woman as Symptom: Female Subjectivity in Chinese Patriliny
8. A Concluding Manifesto: Cultures as Modes of Production and Desire