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    題名: Animal, All too Animal: Incest as Instincts and Violence within Institutions
    作者: Chuang, Yen Chen
    日期: 2019-03-19
    上傳時間: 2019-10-05 12:11:56 (UTC+8)
    摘要: This paper discusses Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy through the lens of Heidegger and Deleuze. For Heidegger, animality is a life form lower than Dasein and capitivated within instincts. Does the claim that animals cannot die suggest a continuation of life? In a way, the organismic life (organism, organization) is mechanistic, programmed, and technologized. I intend to explore the relationship between life instinct and technology as a mode of unconcealing. How does the revelation of the secrets of a crime parallel the essential secrets of Dasein? To what extent technology responds to the call of an institution? Are instinct and institution operative together underneath the structure of life? In Larsson’s trilogy, the heroine, as a hacker, solves the crime not only through technology but also through intuition and, albeit her anti-social tendency, a kind of institution. At some level, Salander’s Hacker Republic provides an institutional milieu in which instincts develops to set a system of justice. Strangely, sexual violence and social institution can be understood within the same framework. In Desert and Other Texts, Deleuze defines institution as a satisfied instinct. This satisfaction of desire is related to human or animal rights. Can the positive society, the Hacker Republic, also do violence to humanism, and hence problematize the distinction between institutions of the law and institutions of desire? For Larsson’s criminals, evolution theories are intertwined with their sexual crimes. The victims’ survival, seen as the survival of a species, has predicated upon the will to existence, which, I should say, is a struggle of our instincts, intuition, and institutions.
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