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On the Timeliness and Spatiality of the Reading Response of Literature

YANG Lie-rong (Department of Chinese,Fudan University, Shanghai 200437, China)  
The “Response”theory is used by Chinese classical aesthetics to explain the generation of aesthetic judgement during literary writing. Here it is applied to the reading process, with the focus on its timeliness and spatiality. With the help of modern phenomenology, we have re-realized the relationship between the human being and the world so as to get a space-time concept of “origin”,which is different from “subjectivity” but closely related to the very existence of the human being. It is hoped that the analyses will partially expose the intension of literature reading theories from the perspective of the “Response” theory. Meanwhile, this is also an attempt to apply Chinese classical aesthetics to modern thinking.
【CateGory Index】: I0
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