The Self and Personality



The Power and Nature The Resistant Subversions
Erişen, Serdar (2016-06-17)
The Power and Nature The Resistant Subversions
Erişen, Serdar (2016-09-01)
This is a study of the dominant power of governmental implementa=ons in spa=al prac=ces and their disregard for nature and its representa=onal values in the public sphere. It begins by making a brief men=on of the struggle for Gezi Park in Taksim Square and the reasons behind its rapid development into a social phenomenon. The ini=al emergence of the ac=vist movements in Taksim Gezi Park seem to have been a reac=on to the government-based deconstruc=on and construc=on processes and ac=ons for Taksim, as...
The plural self and a Taoist orientation in two cultures
Zeyrek, Emek Yuce; Lester, David (2006-08-01)
A positive association between having a Taoist orientation to life and unity in the subjective perception of the self was found in samples of both American (n=99) and Turkish (n=100) respondents.
The institutional subject: The construction of the subject through power and reciprocal relations
Topal, Çağrı (null; 2007-08-03)
The Concepts of (dis)pleasure and pain in Nietzsche and Foucault
Karatekeli, Emre; Turan, Şeref Halil; Department of Philosophy (2016)
This thesis seeks to problematise Nietzsche’s and Foucault’s interpretations of the feelings of pleasure, displeasure, and pain. For this purpose, I firstly bring under discussion Nietzsche’s treatment of the feelings in question on a physiological and a cultural level, by dealing with The Will to Power and On the Genealogy of Morality, respectively. In this part of the study, I examine the issues of, inter alia, the critique of the overvaluation of consciousness, the ineluctable yet predominantly forgotten...
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E. Karababa, The Self and Personality. 2020.