Anticausatives in Turkish The role of the suffix -(I)l/-(I)n



Anticausatives in Turkish The role of the suffix I l I n
Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz (2016-06-01)
Anticipatory effect of execution on observation: an approach using ExoPinch finger robot
Arikan, Kutluk Bilge; Zadeh, Hassan Gol Mohammad; Turgut, Ali Emre; ZİNNUROĞLU, MURAT; Bayer, Gozde; GÜNENDİ, ZAFER; CENGİZ, BÜLENT (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2019-01-01)
Background/aim: This study aims to explore the mirror neuron system (MNS) involvement using mu (8-12 Hz)/beta (15-25 Hz) band suppression in an action observation-execution paradigm.
Anti-privatization struggles and working-class consciousness the case of Aliaga Petkim
Yılmaz, Çetin; Hoşgör, Hatice Ayşe; Department of Sociology (2014)
This dissertation analyzes the impacts of anti-privatization struggles on the formation of working-class consciousness in Turkey. Workers who carried out a very long struggle from the beginning of the 2000s to 2008 against privatization in Aliağa Petkim were selected as a sample group. The study reveals out that workers who participated to collective actions against privatization have higher class consciousness when comparing with relatively younger workers who were hired after privatization. Collective act...
Antinomies and the problem of ontology in Hegel’s Science of logic
Cengiz, Övünç; Çırakman, Elif; Department of Philosophy (2014)
This thesis discusses the problem of the possibility of a post-Kantian ontology. The thesis argues that Kant denies the validity of the knowledge claims of classical ontology, and argues that our knowledge claims must be limited with the daily objects of our sensation. After having discussed that the limitation brought by Kant mainly stems from the Antinomies, the thesis further argues that a post-Kantian ontology must face the reasons Kant has pointed out for the limitation of thought. Finally, the possibi...
Pronoun resolution in Turkish Transfer-of-Possession Verbs
Özge, Duygu; Kesici, Alper; Köse, Engin (null; 2018-07-11)
Citation Formats
D. Zeyrek Bozşahin, Anticausatives in Turkish The role of the suffix -(I)l/-(I)n . 2016, p. 284.