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標題: 論後現代主體:菲利浦.狄克小說中的符號、身體、及生命政治議題
On Postmodern Subjects: Sign, Body, and Biopolitics in Philip K. Dick's Novels
作者: 朱菀葶
Chu, Wan-Ting
關鍵字: postmodern subjects
出版社: 外國語文學系所
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摘要: 菲利浦.狄克乃美國知名科幻作家。其作品常處理並列宇宙及擬像 (simulacra)的概念,並透過對真實及虛幻世界的描繪,交織出後現代社會中的內在衝突與矛盾。在狄克的小說裡,外在社會系統的不穩定非但造成主角質疑其所處時空之真實性,亦迫使他們反思人類的本質問題。因此,本論文旨在探討狄克小說中的後現代主體建構議題。第一章首先探討《無所不在》這本小說中,資本家如何透過符號系統來建構出後現代主體。第二章則透過《艾德利治的三道印記》來論述科技時代裡的身體與主體關係。最後,從生命政治 (biopolitics) 的角度來闡述《機器人是否夢見電子羊?》裡呈現的主客體間權力消長及宰治關係。
Philip K. Dick, one of the most famous American science fiction novelists, usually delineates an alternate universe or a simulacrum in his works. By describing the blurring boundary between reality and fantasy, Dick tries to disclose the conflicts within postmodern society. Living in this instable social system, the characters confront the crisis of their subjectivity and begin to question the essence of human beings. Hence, this thesis aims to discuss the postmodern subjects in Dick's novels. The first chapter elaborates how the capitalists construct postmodern subjects through the function of sign system in Ubik. Controlled by the capitalists, the subject becomes a floating signifier without a signified. In chapter two, the relations between the characters' bodies and the formation of their subjectivities will be discussed in The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch. In this novel, technology intrudes into the characters' bodies and thus generates posthuman subjectivity. The last chapter tries to reveal how the government controls the subjects through the regularization of their bodies and lives. In Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, the bio-power keeps circulating between human beings and androids. The instability of this power structure demonstrates the boundary-crossing issue in postmodern society.
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