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le moi, le je, le soi et l'autre dans la littérature indienne

Abstract : Starting from a stylistic reading of the most celebrated Hindi contemporary novelists, Nirmal Verma, the paper aims at comparing the formal devices of indeterminacy and indefiniteness with what the author himself emphasizes in his philosophical essays as an important basis for Indian traditional culture - the notions of self, time, space, myth. It is then attempted to compare these art reflections and practices with the reading of Indian society, both classical and contemporary, by sociologists, anthropologists and psychoanalysts, in order to find out where subject and subjectivity surface. The central question is the genesis of subjectivity in India and its mapping in the social contemporary space.
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Annie Montaut. le moi, le je, le soi et l'autre dans la littérature indienne. Anthropologie et sociétés, Québec : Département d'anthropologie, Faculté des sciences sociales, Université Laval, 2010, 34 (3), pp.99-116. ⟨halshs-00750372⟩



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