The Ethical Turn Revisited

Vol. 46 No. 2 | September 2020

Author Title
Introduction
Iping Liang The Ethical Turn Revisited
Articles
Ghazouane Arslane Modernity and Prophetic Speech:
The Ethical as the Impossible
in the Post-Religious Vision of Kahlil Gibran
Woosung Kang Bartleby and the Abyss of Potentiality
Wolfgang Müller A Comparative Analysis of William Godwin’s Philosophical Treatise
An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice (1793) and His Novel
Things as They Are, Or, The Adventures of Caleb Williams (1794):
Including Reflections on the Relations among Philosophy, Ethics, and Literature
Yanqin Tan The Ethics of Narrative in Film:
The Great Buddha + and Its Self-Reflexive Devices
Labao Wang White Story and Black Pains in Gail Jones’s Sorry
Literary and Cultural Criticism
Chun-yen Chen Metavisibility as an Epistemological Figure of the Digital Age:
Selfieing and Data Visualization
Earl Jackson Melodrama Interrupted:
Kawashima Yūzō’s Interventions in Genre and Gender
Ming-Yu Lee Re-Discovering Liu Na’Ou and His Man with a Camera:
Authorial I, Written Diary, and Cinematic Writing
Bonnie Tilland The North on Southern Screens:
Hybrid Korean Screen Cultures in the Mid-2000s Films
A Bold Family (2005), Over the Border (2006),
and Welcome to Dongmakgol (2005)
Dexu Zhang Inscribing African History:
Contemporaneity and V. S. Naipaul’s A Bend in the River