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Postmodernism and Japan

edited by Masao Miyoshi and H.D. Harootunian

(Post-contemporary interventions / series editors, Stanley Fish & Fredric Jameson)

Duke University Press, c1989

  • : hard
  • : pbk

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注記

Originally published in Japanese as a special issue of Gendai shiso (現代思想), 1987

Includes index

内容説明・目次

巻冊次

: hard ISBN 9780822307792

内容説明

Postmodernism and Japan is a coherent yet diverse study of the dynamics of postmodernism, as described by Lyotard, Baudrillard, Deleuze, and Guatarri, from the often startling perspective of a society bent on transforming itself into the image of Western OC enlightenmentOCO wealth and power. This work provides a unique view of a society in transition and confronting, like its models in the West, the problems induced by the introduction of new forms of knowledge, modes of production, and social relationships."

目次

CONTENTS: Introduction, Masao Miyoshi and H. D. Harootunian Note on Japanese Names On Culture and Technology in Postmodern Japan, Tetsuo Najita Critical Texts, Mass Artifacts: The Consumption of Knowledge in Postmodern Japan, Marilyn Ivy Of City, Nation, and Style, Isozaki Arata Visible Discourses/Invisible Ideologies, H. D. Harootunian Modernity and Its Critiques: The Problem of Universalism and Particularism, Naoki Sakai Maruyama Masao and the Incomplete Project of Modernity, J. Victor Koschmann Against the Native Grain: The Japanese Novel and the "Postmodern" West, Masao Miyoshi Somehow: The Postmodern as Atmosphere, Norma Field Japan's Dual Identity: A Writer's Dilemma, Oe Kenzabura Suicide and the Japanese Postmodern: A Postnarrative Paradigm?, Alan Wolfe Karatani Kojin's Origins of Modern Japanese Literature, Brett de Bary One Spirit, Two Nineteenth Centuries, Karatani Kojin Infantile Capitalism and Japan's Postmodernism: A Fairy Tale, Asada Akira Picturing Japan: Reflections on the Workshop, Stephen Melville
巻冊次

: pbk ISBN 9780822308966

内容説明

Postmodernism and Japan is a coherent yet diverse study of the dynamics of postmodernism, as described by Lyotard, Baudrillard, Deleuze, and Guatarri, from the often startling perspective of a society bent on transforming itself into the image of Western "enlightenment" wealth and power. This work provides a unique view of a society in transition and confronting, like its models in the West, the problems induced by the introduction of new forms of knowledge, modes of production, and social relationships.

目次

Introduction / Masao Miyoshi and H. D. Harootunian vii Note on Japanese Names xxii On Culture and Technology in Postmodern Japan / Tetsuo Najita 3 Critical Texts, Mass Artifacts: The Consumption of Knowledge in Postmodern Japan / Marilyn Ivy 21 Of City, Nation, and Style / Isozaki Arata 47 Visible Discourses/Invisible Ideologies / H. D. Harootunian 63 Modernity and Its Critique: The Problem of Universalism and Particularism / Naoki Sakai 93 Maruyama Masao and the Incomplete Project of Modernity / J. Victor Koschmann 123 Against the Native Grain: The Japanese Novel and the "Postmodern" West / Masao Miyoshi 143 Somehow: The Postmodern as Atmosphere / Norma Field 169 Japan's Dual Identity: A Writer's Dilemma / Oe Kenzaburo 189 Suicide and the Japanese Postmodern: A Postnarrative Paradigm? / Alan Wolfe 215 Karatani Kojin's Origins of Modern Japanese Literature / Brett De Bary 235 Infantile Capitalism and Japan's Postmodernism: A Fairy Tale / Asada Akira 273 Picturing Japan: Reflections on the Workshop / Stephen Melville 279 Glossary 289 Notes on Contributors 297 Index 299

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