Atacan, Aylin
The philosophy of perception and the process of visuality theories have significant role in today's world. It is surely beyond doubt that when it is come to perception, the first thing that comes to mind is strongly related with senses. Every human sense scrutinizes carefully from different fields of disciplines. By means of seeing, hearing, smelling, touching maybe tasting, we can designate the space and insert into space. In addition to this experience, any changes in this place which we specified our personal area, can be realized within the aid of senses. Our personal space becomes distant as an absolute space in the border which is identified through senses. Thus, it impower the sense of belonging.


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This study offers an inquiry into the historical context of the invention, consolidation, and on-going popularity of the ancient theatre typology based on the Greek-Roman ءbinarism̕, for a better understanding of its philosophical and theoretical foundations. It scrutinises those foundations in order to discover, in their limitations for an assessment and restitution of the architectural characteristics of extant ancient theatre remains, a new set of variables for devising an alternative method of classific...
The role of human nature in Hume's ethics
Arslanoğlu Çelik, Şengül; İnam, Ahmet; Department of Philosophy (2008)
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Ertene, Merve; Çırakman, Elif; Department of Philosophy (2012)
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A reconsideration of the concept of architectural space in the virtual realm
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The discovery of new geometries in the 19th century and the departure from an absolute to a relative understanding of space-time, together with the invention of higher dimensions have caused a shift towards the idealization of space. This new type of ideal space was called hyperspace. The counter-intuitive quality of hyperspace has opened up new formal possibilities and representation techniques in art and architecture. In a similar manner, with the introduction of computers, the virtual and immaterial qual...
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A. Atacan, “RETHINKING THE HOUSE IN ROMAN CONTEXT FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF FILM STUDIES,” ART-SANAT, pp. 19–30, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: