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《Social Sciences of Beijing》 2019-01
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The Alienation and Reconstruction of Neighbors:Ode to Joy and Interpersonal Symptoms in Modern Society

ZHU Zhao-bin;Department of Chinese Language and Literature,Peking University;  
The alienation of neighbors and the emergence of stranger society are the judgments of interpersonal symptoms in modern society.Although TV drama Ode to Joy still embodies the individual consciousness,utility consciousness and change consciousness in the process of modernity,it reappears collective consciousness,non-utilitarian consciousness and persistent consciousness,which will reconstruct the neighbors in the context of modern urban life.On the one hand,Ode to Joy dissolves the modern society's judgment on the alienation of the neighbors,and on the other hand it highlights some values and meanings that modern ethics affirms.Macintyre,Charles Taylor and other thinkers,based on the critique of modernity,advocate a community ethics derived from the community,and the Ode to Joy as a mass cultural product reflects the ethical appeal of reconstructing social relations by its opposition to the alienation of neighbors.However,this reconstruction is not thorough,and its ethical appeal is also limited.
【Fund】: 北京大学翁洪武科研原创基金与支持项目“20世纪的终结与延续——新媒介时代‘大众文化’的解释主体问题”(WHW201805)
【CateGory Index】: J905;B82-052
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