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2006, Vol., No.37

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    Verbalrahmen im deutschen Satzbau

    Cho,Kyun | 2006, (37) | pp.7~46 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Verbalrahmen im deutschen Satzbau Eine besondere Eigenschaft des deutschen Satzbaus ist die Rahmenbildung. Im deutschen Satz gibt es drei Arten Rahmen: nämlich Nominalrahmen, Nebensatzrahmen und Verbalrahmen. Davon wird hier der verbale Rahmen behandelt. Wenn das Prädikat im deutschen Satz mehr als zwei Teile hat, kommt es im Hauptsatz getrennt vor: Der erste Teil als finites Verb steht an der ertsten Stelle(z.B. Entscheidungsfrage) oder an der zweiten Stelle(z.B. Aussage) und der übrige zweite Teil am Satzende. Diese beiden Teile umklammern meistens andere Satzglieder, außer wenn ein Satzglied vor dem Finitum stehen kann, und so bilden sie einen Rahmen, d.h. den verbalen Rahmen. Da im ersten Teil als Vorverb das finite Verb vorkommt, das den Rahmen eröffnet und die grammatischen Kategorien zeigt, ist es sehr wichtig, welche Elemente im zweiten Teil als Nachverb vorkommen, das den Rahmen schließt und sich meistens auf die Bedeutung bezieht. Diesem Nachverb zufolge unterscheiden wir den lexikalischen und den grammatischen Verbalrahmen. Und den lexikalischen Verbalrahmen bilden die komplexe Verben, Funktionsverbgefüge, verbale Redewendung, Kopulaverben und Infinitivgefüge, und dem grammatischen Verbalrahmen gehören Tempusrahmen, Konjunktivrahmen, Passivrahmen und Modalrahmen, nämlich: 1) der lexikalische Verbalrahmen - Komplexe Verben finites Verb + Verbzusatz - Funktionsverbgefüge Funktionsverb + Substantiv im Akkusativ od. Präposition
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    Park Yong Chul's Discipline of Foreign Literary and the Aspect of his Work

    Choi,Park-Kwang | 2006, (37) | pp.75~100 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    The main subject of this paper is Park Yong Chul's discipline of foreign literary. And this researcher will gather his position in literary circles of Korea and overseas. Until now, many researchers keep their eyes on references between Park Yong Chul and literature of western countries, such as England, Germany, and United States. But this researcher focus on relation between Park Yong Chul and Japan. He was not just a poet, who wrote some poems but also a well-known translator. He exerted more than half of his powers in translation of foreign poetry, and most of his translations were poems of Heine Heinrich. Park Yong Chul did two jobs at same time, creation and translation. His improved skills in both fields were the product of that. It is still unclear that which was the text of Park Yong Chul's translation of Heine's poems. Some insist it was original German version of Heine Heinrich, the others say the text was Heine's English translations by Louis Untermeyer or Japanese version. As the result of this researcher's study, the possibility that Park Yong Chul's Heine is the second translation of Louis Untermeyer's book is very low. At this point, there is a considerable possibility that he translated poems of Heine Heinrich with two texts, Japanese and the original German copy. Park Yong Chul did not write many poems but his beautiful poems were introduced to Japan by Kim So Un's translation and many intellectuals of Korea and Japan were deeply impressed by those. In that time, some even rate the Korean modern poetry very high as second to Italian modern poems. Park Yong Chul and his poems were parts of those high class-Korean modern poetry.
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    A study on the aspect of family disagreement, which appeared in Yuyouncheon

    Sungtae Park | 2006, (37) | pp.101~124 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    The lawsuit novels are the type of novels, which creates in the latter period of Chosun. The main subject of these novels is lawsuit against one’s own family, and these could show us that the various public orders of medieval Chosun are restless. Yuyouncheon (A story of Yuyoun) is one of the lawsuit noels of that time, this novel contains many typical lawsuit novel-subject such as the runaway legitimate son, the appearance of a fake son, succession of family pedigree, succession of family property and a judgment swayed by bad family members. In the most of the lawsuit novels, the main purpose of the family lawsuit is getting the right to superintendence the ancestral rite and this indicate who has the right to get succession of family finances. The metaphysicians of Human Nature caused these complications. The metaphysicians of Human Nature, who gained the high social position and one of a few opinion leaders in medieval Chosun denied the system of HyoungMangCheKeub (This word means that if the legitimate son is death, the right next younger brother will take care the family ancestral rite.). They insisted that HyoungMangCheKeub is a primitive system and also insisted that the family finances should go to the death legitimate son’s wife.
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    The relation between Pop Culture and Multilayered Structure of Novel

    hak hyun kim | 2006, (37) | pp.125~146 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This article concludes that the interface between the characteristics of popular culture and multilateral structure of novel is the key to understanding the "Death" of novel as a genre and its derivative characteristics. One of the important features of novel as a genre is the expansion of narration. The narrative expansion is the repetitive expansion of a specific structure. One of the structures for the expansion is the relationship of main characters. A writer can consolidate the theme of his or her novel through the repetitive expansion of the relationships. The repetition of structure needs a linking part between the structures and individual elements play their roles in connecting the repetitive structures. The structural multi-layer distinguishes the 'pop cultural' characteristic of novel since the 'pop culture' is a culture of multitude and multi-layer. 「What happens to the man jammed in the elevator door?」 is a novel that explicitly shows the characteristic of multi-layered theme through various individual elements, not to mention other general features as a novel. The structure of theme generation for a novel is mostly dominated by its writer. The various elements, however, allow readers to involve with creation of the theme for the novel. The two-folded way of theme generation intensifies the communication of readers with the novel. It leads, however, the novel to a fatal 'Death' as a genre. Quoting one of the famous comments from Bassin that novel does not have any definitive characteristics, however, we may consider it as a transformation of the novel, not as the Death of novel. The transformation inspires vitality to novel and it is where we can clearly understand the characteristics of novel.
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    The actional transtive verb in ≪Lunyu≫

    Hyungwoo Byun | 2006, (37) | pp.147~176 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In this paper, what we describe is the syntaxtic feature of 362 actional transtive verb in ≪Lunyu≫ . On the basis of object's difference, We can classify actional transtive verb by ABC three group. In addition, through detailed consideration we can get the three small group per big group as following drawing.
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    Postcolonial Discourse and Cultural Globalization : Salman Rusidie's Midnight's Children

    Dauk-Suhn Hong | 2006, (37) | pp.177~202 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    Postcolonial literature has been born from actual experiences of colonialism in modern history of imperialism and colonialism. It is a self-conscious counter discourse of the colonized countries which are fighting against the power of Western imperialism in order to settle up their own national identity. In the age of cultural globalization, however, it is really difficult for the so-called third world countries to keep their own cultural identity. Salman Rushdie is one of representative postcolonial writers who are trying to discover new cultural community of the postcolonial countries. In his novel Midnight's Children he gropes to find a new possibility of cultural community in the newly born country, India, after it has achieved its political and cultural independence from the British empire. The major theme of the novel is how to find a cultural identity, mixing the private history of an individual with the official stream of national history. The author argues in his novel that the national identity can be achieved by the cultural merging and exchange of the past colonial traces with the western culture.
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    The meaning of Liberal Education of Humanities and its Mission

    Donghyun Son | 2006, (37) | pp.203~232 | number of Cited : 74
    Abstract
    Education in its most original and general sense can be described as activities to elevate the growing in their natural state to a cultural state, whereby they become 'humane' being. Liberal education of humanities is therefore the core basis of the education in general. The eclipse of liberal education of humanities since modern times is partly due to the emphasis of the economic development. But moreover due to the sudies on humanities which, being detached from liberal education, went the way of 'science' Today, the liberal education of humanities, which ultimately aims at the recovery of humanity, must be intensified all the more. For it enhances the ability of critical, creative and comprehensive thinking, ability of communication, and above all insight into the world and human life, which are much more needed than ever in this era of information society. In order to intensify the liberal education of humanities in the university, we have to reconstruct the curriculum holding to the following guiding principles and execute some measures appropriate to them: first, only the fields of humanities must participate to this education; second, the faculty have to make effort to "pour" the product of their inquiry "into" the liberal education of "all" the students, whatever their major may be. These principles must be executed through some measures, like "double listing" of courses in the curricula of the major and general study, founding the 'faculty' or faculty/university college.
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    An Analytical Understanding of Thomas Aquinas' Moral Philosophy: - Centered on the Relation of Love and Knowledge

    Jiwhang Lew | 2006, (37) | pp.233~264 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    Thomas Aquinas agrees with Augustine arguing that love is the movement of the will and has the mutual relationship with knowledge where each depends on the other, and holds that the perfect fulfillment of morality is the full realization of the Christian faith in God. The earlier Aquinas sees love as the affective transformation of the will in which the lover and the beloved are united by the lover's reception of the beloved's form. Yet the later Aquinas regards love as requiring not only the lover's natural appetite toward the beloved, but also the lover's cognitive knowledge of the beloved. Morality calls for the discipline of habits as the second nature, by which rational knowledge and the will's love are virtuously acted out. This points to the habitual process of moral dispositions that pursue good yet avoid evil, and that involve the cognition of practical reason and the free choice of the will based on the human connaturality. It orients toward the sanctification of the lover who is united with the absolute God as well as the actualization of the moral good in the ultimate receiving state of God's revelation. Hence the human fulfillment of morality for Aquinas indicates both the full formation of virtue through the perfect use of reason and the will, and the successful termination of the faith journey where the believer and God are united in his or her acts of love.
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    The Analysis of Plato’s Sophist

    김태경 | 2006, (37) | pp.265~298 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Plato's Sophist is dialogue which is systematically discussing with being through practice of dialectic. So in the analysis of this dialogue dialectic and ontology is not understood separately. This paper analyze procedures of dialectic which is now yet controversial. By this analysis division in the preceding part of this dialogue is downward division from genus to eidos which is related to hierarchy of forms and division in the later part is one related to mutual relation of forms which distinguishes forms at assumption of combination. Particularly division related to mutual relation of forms is related to not-being. At this time not-being is possible to combine forms by distinguishing one form from other form. In this mean not-being which is able to distinguish forms is otherness. Thereafter this paper bring out more clearly meaning of otherness by discussing of not-being.