The Socratic Seminar from a Sociocultural Perspective

IATEFL 2019 Conference Selections: Liverpool


The Socratic Seminar from a Sociocultural Perspective
Balbay, Seher (null; 2019-06-21)
The Neoliberal Discourse on Corruption as a Means of Consent Building: reflections from post-crisis Turkey
Bedirhanoğlu Toker, Pınar (2007-01-01)
This article draws attention to the ideological role that the neoliberal discourse on corruption has fulfilled in the promotion of the second generation reforms in Southern countries since the 1997 East Asian financial crisis. This discourse is ahistoric insofar as it fails to recognise corruption as a problem of modernity; biased insofar as it associates corruption with Southern countries' historical and cultural specificities only; contradictory in terms of its counter-productive anti-corruption strategie...
Baç, Mutlu Murat (2017-05-01)
The perennial problem of the exact nature of epistemic justification has recently become even more interesting upon Laurence Bon Jour's openly converting himself to foundationalism following a long and successful career built mainly around a strong defense of coherentism cum internalism. Even though the famous debate between foundationalism and coherentism is often associated with the "technical" issues of epistemic regress, basic beliefs, and so on, in this paper I will approach the debate from the standpo...
The Mystery of the Social Crisis Critique and Change in Durkheim
Topal, Çağatay (null; 2013-09-02)
The discourse of good in politics
Açıkel, Fethi; Özdalga, Elisabeth; Department of Sociology (1995)
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S. Balbay, “The Socratic Seminar from a Sociocultural Perspective,” IATEFL 2019 Conference Selections: Liverpool, pp. 20–21, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: