BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE, TRAUMATOLOGY, AND PHENOMENOLOGY ON THE SINGLE PLATFORM OF LITERATURE ISHIGURO’S FICTION
The present study was carried out to investigate behavioral neuroscience, traumatology, and phenomenology on a single platform of literature Ishiguro’s fiction. The research methodology used to draw results is textual analysis, the textual analysis explored that Ishiguro’s novels are a satire on the idea of creativity, and meditation between identity, memory, and expectation and revealed deeper relationships but characters lack self-awareness which they arrive at through the course of their respective stories. Although, the theory applied reflects on who suffers from destructive plasticity. All characters appear to be the results of his own un-healable trauma. All the trauma-afflicted and destructed characters are distinguishable from those who are considered normal and healthy. The lifetime of the main characters of the selected novels where constant growth in age and contact with fellow citizens change the very nature of their thoughts and habits of thinking is a testimony to the fact that self is not static; it is plastic. The analysis also shows that theory of plasticity gives way to such destruction of the selves which embodies the construction of new selves. Applied plasticity is an offshoot of the theory of plasticity which does wonders in transforming the personae and life quality of human beings. The study concludes how Ishiguro’s characters have the relevance of philosophy in the world of today.