Quine’s naturalism is more liberal than liberal naturalism

Tümkaya, Serdal
4th Annual TiLPS History of Analytic Philosophy Workshop, (December 14-15, 2020)


Quine’xxs Ignored Challenge to Imaginability-based Arguments
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Husserl̕s phenomenology can be analyzed simply by relying on the conception of intentionality. What I want to do is to put forward the logical grounds on which I can construct an acceptable account of Husserl̕s theory of intentionality. For this aim, firstly, I need to put some light on the nature of intentional acts or experiences.This suggests us that there is a close connection between the acts and what they are directed towards. Actually many have specified the relation between the act and the object, b...
Husserl's transcendental phenomenology and the mind-body problem
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Is alienation a process of self-discovery or is it a loss of reality? The subject of this thesis is how alienation is discussed in Hegel and Marx’s philosophies in terms of this question. In Hegel’s philosophy, alienation is part of the process of self-creativity and self-discovery. For Marx, it is the result of the capitalist mode of production. While Hegel explains the existence of the human being through focusing on its ontological dimension, Marx evaluates the term alienation in terms of the economic di...
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The primary purpose of this study is to read Hegel and Kierkegaard together by focusing on the relation of the themes of truth, selfhood and authorship. Starting with the exposition of Kierkegaard’s idea of “truth as subjectivity,” I will show how his understanding of truth is revealed throughout the journey of becoming a true self. Later, I will inquire Hegel’s understanding of truth by addressing a Kierkegaardian question regarding the place of selfhood in the search of truth. This question will direct me...
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S. Tümkaya, “Quine’s naturalism is more liberal than liberal naturalism,” presented at the 4th Annual TiLPS History of Analytic Philosophy Workshop, (December 14-15, 2020), Tilburg/NETHERLANDS, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/74814.