The later wittgeinstein's understanding of meaning: A vindication

Kılıç, Uzay


The idea of universality of ethical norms in Ghazali and Immanuel Kant
Abdullah, M. Amin; Açıkgenç, Alparslan; Department of Philosophy (1990)
The concept of rationality in later Wittgenstein viewed in the light of the traditional problem about universals
Akşin, Tülin; Ergüden, Akın; Department of Philosophy (1988)
The theory of political obligation in hobbes
Çulha, Filiz; Hassan, Ümit; Department of Public Administration (1990)
The concept of anti-establishment in the liftist and Islamic ideologies
Ergün, Ergül; Ertürk, Yakın; Department of Sociology (1995)
The concept of evil in the early modern philosophy and Kant’s doctrine of radical evil
Demirci, Ahmet Emre; Ceylan, Yasin; Department of Psychology (2017)
The aim of my thesis is to shed light on the conception of evil in the early modern philosophy and specifically, as known as the last representative of the period, analyze Kant’s account of radical evil within the boundaries of his moral philosophy. In order to actualize this aim, I started with naming the major philosopher of the early modern philosophy who contributed most to the discussions on the problem of evil. I reviewed the views of Descartes, Spinoza, Bayle, Leibniz, and Hume on the problem of evil...
Citation Formats
U. Kılıç, “The later wittgeinstein’s understanding of meaning: A vindication,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.