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TitleChien Cheng-chen's Phenomenological Poetics
作者Chen, Chun-jung
作者說明Professor, Department of Language & Creative Writing, National Taipei University of Education
摘要Chien’s poetics is mainly originated from the phenomenologist Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, Georges Poulet, Wolfgang Iser and the others. He opposes to read the poems with theory, and advocates the “sensible reading” to interpret the works. This reading echoes on Husserl’s “theory of suspension”. In line with the idea of “criticism of consciousness” of Poulet, Chien also emphasizes that the readers should share a creative consciousness with the author and consciously communicate with consciousness in the works. According to the “blank” view written by Iser, Chien puts forward the theory of the “gap aesthetics”, and advocates that the reader should hear the overtone of the blank outside the text for “there is no gap, no poetry”. In accordance with the above discussion, it can be said that Chien is undoubtedly not only a poetic phenomenologist, but also a unique poetic theorist in the Taiwan poetic circle. He sets up his own status of the poetic theorist in Taiwan. 
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