Otherness : A Multilateral Perspective
Contributor(s): Beville, Maria | Lauritzen, Marie.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Frankfurt : Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2012Description: 1 online resource (282 p.).ISBN: 9783653011845.Subject(s): Identity (Philosophical concept) in literature | Other (Philosophy) in art | Other (Philosophy) in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Otherness : A Multilateral PerspectiveDDC classification: 809.933845 | 809/.933845 LOC classification: PN56.O69 O84 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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CONTENTS; Notes on Contributors and Editors 11; INTRODUCTION 17; PART I SELF A D OTHER: INDELIBLY DIVIDED, IRREVOCABLY UNITED; 1. SAME, SAME BUT OTHER: OVER-SAMENESS AS SEXUAL OTHERNESS 45; 2. PREGNANT DOPPELGÄNGERS: LIVED AND LITERARY 61; 3. ALTERITY AND TRANSCENDENCE: FROM DEDALUS THE DUB TO HAMLET THE DANE 89; PART II HOSTING OR OUSTING THE OTHER; 4. HOW CAN WE MEET THE OTHER? 107; 5. IN PURSUIT OF ALTERITY: THE LABYRINTH LITERATURE OTHER SPACE 121; 6. NON-HUMAN OTHERNESS: ANIMALS AS OTHERS AND DEVICES FOR OTHERING 137
7. SECRETS, BETRAYALS AND INEXPRESSABLE OTHERNESS: ART AS PROBLEM-SOLVER? 1558. DIFFERENCE, OTHERNESS AND SPEEDS OF BECOMING IN TRANSCULTURAL AND MIGRATION LITERATURE AND THEORY 183; PART III SOCIOCULTURAL ASPECTS OF OTHER ESS: GLOCAL, TRANSCULTURAL A D SPECTRAL MOBILE SELVES; 9. HOW TO NARRATE THE OTHER 201; 10. RE-FUSING BROKEN RECORDS: CARIBBEAN CREOLISATION REVISITED 221; 11. LIVING IN AN OVERHEATED WORLD: OTHERNESS AS A UNIVERSAL CONDITION 239; 12. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY AND THE ACTUVIRTUAL / ARTIFACTUAL SUBJECT 261
In recent decades, theoretical and critical studies have oscillated between, on the one hand, wrestling otherness from a condition in which it is dependent on and defined relative to the notion of the same and, on the other hand, pursuing an approach to sameness and universality uncontaminated by otherness. Yet these concepts continuously prove mutually dependent. Together, they constitute a dynamic and productive tension which this book addresses. Inquiring into the representations and nature of self-other relationships in art, literature and culture, the chapters are written in and to a contemporary world struggling with the critical question of otherness and its present-day status. Given the complexity and multidimensional nature of otherness, a multilateral focus is called for and so this collection of selected essays brings together a range of scholarly disciplines and inquiries to engage in a multilateral discussion of otherness.
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