The crisis of Jurisprudence in contemporary Turkey

Yıldırım, Erdoğan


An inquiry on justice : bases, bearers and principles
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One of the prevalent notions in the late twentieth century‘s political philosophy, justice lies at the heart of ethics, politics and jurisprudence. In this study, while I insist on the dominion of politics and the economic mode of production over morality and law, I consider the ethical realm to be also very important in justifying political movements and transformations. Defining the concept of justice plays a role more or less in the realization of justice on the Earth. I try to reveal the bases of justic...
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The ‘Tulip Revolution’ and the role of informal dynamics in Kyrgyz politics
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This dissertation aims to uncover the main parameters, the decisive dynamics within Kyrgyz politics not only through an examination of the socio-political context of post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan, but also through an analysis of the events that came to be known as the ‘Tulip Revolution’. It examines the general and immediate contexts, course of events, dynamics and implications of the ‘Tulip Revolution’ in order to understand what kind of dynamics account for the continuing instability in Kyrgyzstan in its afterma...
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Arslantaş, Düzgün; Bölükbaşıoğlu, Süha; Department of International Relations (2013)
This thesis aims to analyze the transformation of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the AKP tradition in Turkey with a reference to the model debate. Actually, toppling of the Mubarak regime following an uprising that started on 25th of January 2011, has changed the political map of Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood-backed Freedom and Justice Party’s (FJP) victory in post-revolutionary period in legislative elections and Mohammed Morsi’s taking of office in presidential elections revealed that Islamists were ...
Citation Formats
E. Yıldırım, “The crisis of Jurisprudence in contemporary Turkey,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2001.