The Stone Gods: The Story of a Repeating World



The Stone Gods: the story of ‘a repeating world’
Birlik, Nurten (2009-11-01)
The Meskhetian Turks An Introduction to their History Culture and Resettlement Experiences
BALIM, ÇİĞDEM; Aydıngün, Ayşegül; Hoover, Matthew; Kuznetsov, Igor; Swerdlow, Steve (Cultural Orientation Resource Center- Center for Applied Linguistics, 2006-01-01)
The stone gods.
Birlik, Nurten (2008-03-01)
The uncanny object: a Lacanian analysis of xenophobia
Taştan, Coşkun; Yeğen, Mesut; Department of Sociology (2003)
The study aims to define xenophobia, which is attached such meanings as ءhostility against foreign people̕ or ءfear of alien people̕, through the main concepts of Lacanian Psychoanalysis. The ءfear of/hostility against foreign people̕ is treated, in this study, by references to the subject-object relation formulated in Psychoanalysis. The study aims to give an original account of the spiral of subject-object through such concepts as ءpolarization̕, ءannexation̕, and ءergonomy̕. Under the light of this accou...
The economic adventures of Robinson Crusoe : an institutionalist critique and reinterpretation
Karagöz, Ufuk; Özveren, Eyüp; Department of Economics (2011)
In 1719, Daniel Defoe wrote his first fiction The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe without knowing that the protagonist of the novel, Robinson Crusoe, would be liberated from his cultural matrix and deployed as a dominant economic metaphor with the advent of the so-called marginalist revolution in the second half of the nineteenth century. This thesis intends to: i) with reference to an habits of thought approach, unearth the institutional nature of the metamorphosis of Crusoe from ...
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N. Birlik, The Stone Gods: The Story of a Repeating World. 2011.