Wordsworth’s Sublime: Poetic Assimilation of the Overplus of Meaning.



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
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Kierkegaard's concept of irony
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Epicurus and Kant: a comparison of their ethical systems
Kutan, Ali Haydar; Turan, Şeref Halil; Department of Philosophy (2010)
In this Study, the empiricist ethical system of Epicurus and idealist ethical system of Kant will be compared. Kant maintains that as Epicurus’ ethics regards morality as a means for the attainment of happiness, it is nothing but a self-love ethics. He, for this reason, calls Epicurean morality “selfishness.” According to Kant, the maxims of happiness can be known only through experience but he says, experience can never produce a law which is universal and necessary. He contends that as Epicurean ethics ha...
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N. Birlik, Wordsworth’s Sublime: Poetic Assimilation of the Overplus of Meaning. 2012.