레비나스의 타자철학을 통한아서 밀러의 All My Sons의 고찰: 동일성의 폭력과 타자의 망각의 문제

Title
레비나스의 타자철학을 통한아서 밀러의 All My Sons의 고찰: 동일성의 폭력과 타자의 망각의 문제
Other Titles
A Study of Arthur Miller's All My Sons through Levinas's Philosophy of Otherness: The Violence of the Same and the Forgetting of the Other
Author(s)
윤희억
Keywords
amily-centricism; the same; the other; Levinas; the forgetting of the other; the face of the other; 가족중심주의; 동일성; 타자성; 레비나스; 타자의 망각; 타자의 얼굴
Issue Date
201412
Publisher
한국현대영미드라마학회
Citation
현대영미드라마, v.27, no.3, pp.279 - 302
Abstract
In All My Sons Miller highlights Joe Keller’s unethical crime that claimed twenty-one young pilots. Joe arguably has no viable connection with his world. He criticizes Joe’s unrelatedness and his irresponsibility for the other. In contrast to his father, Chris pursues an idealistic morality of brotherhood. Chris’s transcendental love for the other is pitted against his father’s narrow family-centricism. Chris’s ethics comes closer to Levinasian philosophy that stresses the hospitality of the other and absolute responsibility for the other. Miller sees this world as a jungle existence as shown by Joe’s family-centered values and his distorted entrepreneurship. Levinas warns us of the reality of the world in which the other becomes a faceless face in the crowd and the death of somebody becomes a matter of indifference. Miller also shows a similar diagnosis that the absence of concernfulness for the other will result in tragic catastrophe in human society. In this play Miller asserts that an individual should assume full responsibility for the other in terms of brotherhood as an active ethics. Interestingly enough, his ethics shares much in common with Levinas’s philosophy of otherness. In that aspect this paper explores the violence of the same and the forgetting of the other through Levinasian philosophy in this play.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30185
ISSN
1226-3397
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