The problem of transition from the historical idealism of the phenomenology of spirit into the absolute idealism of the science of logic

Kılıçaslan, Eyüp Ali


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The main topic of this study is determining the role of the Young Ottomans in mentality transformation in the Ottoman Empire from the traditional one to a modern one. Their proposals aim to change three patterns of the Ottoman state and society. The relation between state and the individual is the first issue. They tried to create an Ottoman citizenry, enhanced with freedom and political rights, from a reaya. In the second step they imagined a modern society. Their proposals, which imply a secular system, a...
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Excitation-contraction coupling is the physiological process of converting an electrical stimulus into a mechanical response. In muscle, the electrical stimulus is an action potential and the mechanical response is active contraction. The classical Hill model characterizes muscle contraction though one contractile element, activated by electrical excitation, and two non-linear springs, one in series and one in parallel. This rheology translates into an additive decomposition of the total stress into a passi...
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The economy has evolved from commodity to experience economy eventually in its historical adventure. This evolution process happened synchronically with the developments in technology, production process, and the tools of competition. Standardized products and services in goods and service economy have given their place to customized and highly differentiated products and services in the experience economy. In line with these changes, the focus of marketing has turned from the functional features of product...
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Demir, Ali Sait; Ozan, Yıldıray; Department of Mathematics (2008)
Let M be smooth symplectic closed manifold and L a closed Lagrangian submanifold of M. It was shown by Ozan that Ham(M,L): the relative Hamiltonian diffeomorphisms on M fixing the Lagrangian submanifold L setwise is a subgroup which is equal to the kernel of the restriction of the flux homomorphism to the universal cover of the identity component of the relative symplectomorphisms. In this thesis we show that Ham(M,L) is a non-simple perfect group, by adopting a technique due to Thurston, Herman, and Banyag...
Citation Formats
E. A. Kılıçaslan, “The problem of transition from the historical idealism of the phenomenology of spirit into the absolute idealism of the science of logic,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2000.