The necessity of green architecture and Its principles

International Ecological Architecture and Planning Symposium 2009, (22 - 25 Ekim 2009)


The Idea of human rights and its transformation in the context of international order
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The 20th century can be characterized by the triumph of human rights; however, it also witnessed most atrocious events in history. After two world wars, genocides, and countless human rights violations, the burden of this crude fact is still weighing down. Nevertheless, human rights become the intellectual moral currency of our age. The aim of this thesis is to argue that, contrary to what it appears to be, human rights are not moral promises to be fulfilled but a specific way of doing politics which would ...
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The goal of this thesis is to argue that science is not value free on the grounds of a community based account of ethics. It is the peculiar feature of this model that ethics is a limitation on individual's freedom of action, and moral norms of a community reflect the structure of the community. I endeavour to resolve the problem, on an assumption that science is an activity of scientific community, that science ethics can be derived from the internal structure of scientific community. Therefore, this thesi...
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The aim of this study is to examine the meaning and the morality of suicide through the history of philosophy. To this aim, firstly, the historical evaluation of the concept of suicide is explained in detail. The effects of sociological and the religious transformations on the meaning of suicide are analyzed. Afterwards, the moral theories about suicide are discussed. The anti-suicide arguments about suicide in the history of philosophy are classified under three parts mainly. These anti-suicide arguments ا...
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A. B. Çakmaklı, “The necessity of green architecture and Its principles,” Antalya, Türkiye, 2009, p. 409, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: