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Melissus on Limits and Beginnings
Güremen, Refik (Academia Verlag, 2023-04-01)
Dosis sola facit venenum: reconceptualising biological realism
Davoody Benı, Majıd (2022-12-01)
Richard Levins's (Am Sci 54(4):421-431, 1966) paper sets a landmark for the significance of scientific model-making in biology. Colombo and Palacios (Biol Philos 36(5):1-26. 10.1007/S10539-021-09818-X, 2021) have recently ...
The Curious Incident of Indistinguishable Selves A Reply to Nesic
Davoody Benı, Majıd (2022-12-01)
This is a short discussion of Janko Nesic's [2022. "Towards a Neutral-Structuralist Theory of Consciousness and Selfhood." International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 1-17], which conveys a critical review of Beni'...
Disfigural Dynamisms of the Pictographic Theater: Towards a Deleuzian Phenomenology of the Embodied Comics Experience
Shores, Corry Michael (2022-12-01)
Vivian Sobchack’s Merleau-Pontian phenomenology of embodied film experience is applicable, with certain modifications, to the embodied comics experience, especially when considering her analyses of Gestalt closure, bodily ...
Diabolical Diagramming: Deleuze, Dupuy, and Catastrophe
Shores, Corry Michael (2022-08-01)
Jean-Pierre Dupuy argues that our failure to prevent the looming climate catastrophe results from a faulty metaphysics of time: because we believe the present can proceed down one of the many branches that extend into the ...
Patočka ve Deleuze Felsefesinde Asubjektif ve Kişisel Olmayan
Shores, Corry Michael (2022-06-01)
Deleuze’ün kişisel olmayan ve asubjektif (ilk anlamıyla, göreceli olmayan) felsefesi onun anti-fenomolojik olduğu iddiasına yol açan nedenlerden biridir. Ancak, Patočka tarafından tartışıldığı gibi; fenomoloji, zaten...
The united shades of eliminative materialism
Tümkaya, Serdal (2022-06-01)
© 2022 Wiley Periodicals LLC.This paper aims to provide a rational reconstruction of the claim of eliminative materialism (EM), espoused by Paul and Patricia Churchland. It will identify and clarify alternative understandi...
Against Slagle's Reading of Eliminative Materialism on Self-Defeating
Tümkaya, Serdal (2022-04-01)
Jim Slagle claims that eliminative materialism (EM) denies some of the mind's self-evident properties, such as intentionality, qualia and the view that beliefs are real or veridical. I, herein, will argue that what EM deni...
Science, religion, and the nation: de-scienticizing Nobel Prize scientist Aziz Sancar
GEZGİN, ELİF; Canbolat, Argun Abrek (2022-04-01)
This article examines the emergence of Nobel Prize-winning Turkish scientist Aziz Sancar as a scientific persona model. After receiving the Nobel Prize in 2015, Sancar's nationalistic tendencies and close relationship with...
The anarchy of justice: Hesiod’s Chaos, Anaximander’s apeiron, and geometric thought
Grıffıth, James Edmond Carr (2022-04-01)
This article examines Hesiod’s Chaos and Anaximander’s apeiron individually and inrelation to each other through the frame of René Descartes’ notion of natural geometry andthrough bounds and limits in Euclid and Immanuel K...
Les Trois Modes de Domination et la Mere dans De Cive et Leviathan de Hobbes
Grıffıth, James Edmond Carr (Librairie J. Vrin, 2022-03-01)
On the Evolutionary Origin of Morality
Sakin Hanoğlu, Derya (2022-03-01)
In this study, I will approach morality from a naturalistic perspective and defend that morality is a product of evolutionary processes shared by both human and non-human animals rather than that of human culture. My natur...
A tale of two architectures free energy, its models, and modularity
Davoody Benı, Majıd (2022-02-01)
The paper presents a model-based defence of the partial functional/informational segregation of cognition in the context of the predictive architecture. The paper argues that the model-relativeness of modularity does not n...
A PROBLEM ABOUT 2-DIMENSIONAL SEMANTICS: AN ANALYSIS OF CHALMERS' 2-DIMENSIONALISM AND 2-DIMENSIONAL ARGUMENT AGAINST MATERIALISM
Cüyaz, Mehmet Taylan; Grünberg, David; Department of Philosophy (2022-2-01)
This thesis is intended to achieve two main goals. First, it evaluates the historical development and the philosophical outcomes of the different semantic theories. This evaluation will comprise selected works that represe...
John Stuart Mill'in Özgürlük, Bireysellik ve Faydacılık Temelli Demokrasi Anlayışı
Aydın Bayram, Selma (Bilge Kültür Sanat, 2021-12-01)
Aristotle, Body and Mind - (D.) Charles The Undivided Self. Aristotle and the ‘Mind–Body Problem’
Güremen, Refik (2021-11-01)
Predication in Aristotle's Categories: A Response to Plato's Theory of Forms
Duran, Zeynep; Güremen, Refik; Department of Philosophy (2021-10-4)
This study aims to provide a textual evidence to the idea of reading the Categories of Aristotle as a criticism of the Platonic Theory of Forms, by means of Metaphysics, A, 9, 990b22-991a8 and Alexander’s commentary on it ...
THE ASCENT OF MORALITY, FROM NON-HUMAN TO HUMAN ANIMALS: AN EMOTION-BASED ACCOUNT
Sakin Hanoğlu, Derya; Sol, Ayhan; Department of Philosophy (2021-10)
The aim of this thesis is to investigate whether morality is uniquely human, and to argue that emotions are the basis of morality in the sense that moral behavior is produced by emotions. In order to support my suggestion,...
Anarchism and justice
Aytekin, Feyyaz Meriç; Parkan, Barış; Rittersberger, Helga İda; Department of Philosophy (2021-10)
The aim of this thesis is to clarify the differences between two conceptions of justice: Eternal Justice (Themis) and Social Justice (Dike). In our modern world, justice has always been perceived as a distributive and legi...
The Reconcilability of Non-Euclidean Geometries with Kant's Philosophy of Mathematics
Çöteli, Can; Bağçe, Samet; Department of Philosophy (2021-9-27)
This thesis examines Kant’s philosophy of geometry, and the possibility of reconciling non-Euclidean geometries with Kant’s philosophy of geometry. Kant believed that the propositions of Euclidean geometry are necessary an...
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