Braudel's notions of time, capitalism and market



Karagoz, Ufuk; Ozveren, Eyup (2015-01-01)
This paper identifies the mature form of Braudel's conception of the Mediterranean within the broader context of his Civilization and Capitalism: 15th-18th Century, where it is only indirectly represented. While the Mediterranean as a historical protagonist albeit to different degrees appears in parallel fashion in the unfolding of all his three major books, The Mediterranean hosts only a nascent and fuzzy form of the tripartite schema of Civilization and Capitalism which Braudel derived from the study of t...
Deleuze's struggle against transcendence and criticisims about it
Tıbık, Kamuran; Ceylan, Yasin; Department of Philosophy (2006)
In this study, I first studied the undecidability of transcendence and immanence. Then, I studied the demarcation problem between transcendence and immanence with its results in philosophy. Thirdly, I touched on the idea of the death of philosophy in relation to this demarcation problem. Fourthly, I tried to present Deleuze's dualist approach to concepts and I also studied Hume's effect on the emergence of this dualist approach. As the fıfth, I tried to relate the demarcation problem to ethics, concepts and...
Hegel and Kierkegaard on the relation between truth, selfhood and authorship
Durmuş, Sevde; Çırakman, Elif; Department of Philosophy (2018)
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...
Hegel, Deleuze, and the Critique of Representation: Dialectics of Negation and Difference
Shores, Corry Michael (2015-01-01)
Hegel and marx on alienation
Doğan, Sevgi; Parkan, Barış; Department of Psychology (2008)
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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E. Karababa, Braudel’s notions of time, capitalism and market. 2018, p. 164.