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  • Dilthey'de tin bilimlerinin temellendirilmesi ve sorunları

    Yavuz Adugit (Hacettepe University, 2005-12-01)
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  • Die Bedeutung der Tragödie in der antiken griechischen Zeit

    Türkan Soman Çelik (Hacettepe University, 2002-06-01)
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  • Karl Jaspers: Varoluş felsefesi mi, akıl felsefesi mi?

    Yusuf Örnek (Hacettepe University, 1985-12-01)
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  • Kratylos: adların doğruluğu ve bilgi

    R. Levent Aysever (Hacettepe University, 2002-12-01)
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  • Der weg nach innen bei Novalis und Pamuk

    Meral Ozan (Hacettepe University, 2000-06-01)
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  • Ontological and cosmological arguments in Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz

    Talip Kabadayı (Hacettepe University, 2002-06-01)
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  • Genealogy of Experiential Frames: Methodological Notes on Arendt

    Ari-Elmeri Hyvönen (MDPI AG, 2021-04-01)
    This article seeks to add a new theoretical voice to the tradition of genealogical inquiry in political theory and beyond by offering a re-reading of the thought of Hannah Arendt. Going beyond the letter of her thought, in this article I propose that placing Arendt in the genealogical tradition of inquiry (particularly its Foucauldian strand) helps to make sense of what she was “up to” when she turned to history in her work, especially in the analysis of totalitarianism and the account of modernity presented in <i>The Human Condition</i>. I will specifically highlight the historical emergence of “process-thinking” that Arendt traces across her writings. The article seeks to sketch a unique approach to genealogical inquiry that can be taken up by anyone interested in critical analysis of our present age and its politics. Towards the end of the essay, I elaborate this approach methodologically by making a reference to frame analysis. Thus, I articulate a “genealogical frame analysis”, an inquiry into historical emergence of various metaphors and frames that organize our experience of the world. I also highlight the centrality of events for Arendt’s genealogy, as well as its role in a broader set of world-building practices.
  • THE THEODICY OF SUFFERING AND THE COSMIC VOYAGES IN THE TREE OF LIFE AND MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN

    Evrim Ersöz KOÇ (Dokuz Eylul University, 2021-03-01)
    Abstract: In The Tree of Life, Terrence Malick presents Jack O’Brien’s attempts to come to terms with his past. The most traumatic experience in his past is his brother’s death which gives not only Jack but also other members of the family a great agony. Similarly, Miracles from Heaven deals with affliction. Inspired by a true story, Patricia Riggen dives into the lives of the Beams projecting both physical and psychological agony since the 10-year-old daughter Anna (Annabel) suffers from a deathly illness. Even though Anna is miraculously healed in the endby divine intervention, both films interrogate death and suffering as a process that threatens the meaningful order of a cosmos ruled by an almighty powerful transcendental creator. Pondering on especially the term theodicy as a theoretical framework, this paper elucidates how these two films deal with the problem of suffering in which humanity loses touch with a meaningful cosmos and how they offer spiritual solutions to this problem by engaging in cosmic voyages.
 Öz: Hayat Ağacı(The Tree of Life) adlı filmde, Malick Jack O’Brien’ın geçmişi ile uzlaşma çabalarını sergiler. Geçmişindeki en sarsıcı deneyim sadece Jack’e değil ailenin bütün bireylerine büyük bir acı veren kardeşinin ölümüdür. Benzer bir şekilde, Cennetten Mucizeler (Miracles from Heaven) filmi de acı ile ilgilenmektedir. Patricia Riggen, gerçek bir hikayeden esinlenerek, 10 yaşındaki kızları Anna (Annabel) ölümcül bir hastalıkla boğuşan Beams ailesinin hayatlarını hem fiziksel hem psikolojik acıyı yansıtarak sergiler. Anna ilahi bir müdahale ile mucizevi bir şekilde iyileşse de, her iki film de ulu, güçlü, aşkın bir yaratıcı tarafından hükmedilen bir kozmosunanlamlı düzenini tehdit eden bir süreç olarak ölümü ve acı çekmeyi sorgular. Özellikle teodise kavramını teorik çerçeve olarak düşünerek, bu çalışmabu iki filmin insanların anlamlı bir kozmos ile temaslarını yitirdikleri acı çekme problemini nasıl ele aldıklarını ve kozmik yolculuklar sergileyerek nasıl bu probleme ruhani çözümler önerdiklerini açıklamaktadır.
  • Creation Is Not Generation: A Response to Brian Carl

    Michał Chaberek (International Étienne Gilson Society, 2021-03-01)
    Dr. Brian T. Carl published a paper, “Thomas Aquinas on the Proportionate Causes of Living Species,” in which he defends a thesis that the principle of proportionate cause, as understood by Aquinas, cannot be used to contradict the modern theory of biological evolution. This rejoinder explores thoroughly Carl’s argument, specifically his idea that spontaneous generation serves as a model to explain causality in biological evolution. It is shown that Aquinas indeed accepts proportionate causes in spontaneous generation, but this fact cannot be extrapolated to modern evolutionary theories. The origin of new species after creation was completed is not a straightforward thesis in Aquinas; rather Thomas sees it as a possible exception, which contradicts the evolutionary origin of the vast majority of species. Additionally, Carl misses the major point that in Aquinas the origin of new species belongs to the work of creation rather than the natural operation of secondary causes.
  • Zemahşerî Şiirlerinde Mersiye

    Hüseyin Avcı (Eskişehir Osmangazi University, 2021-03-01)
    Türk dünyasının yetiştirdiği, İslami ilimler başta olmak üzere Arap Dili, nahiv, edebiyat, şiir ve biyografi alanlarında eşsiz eserler veren Cârullah Zemahşerî, sadece bu alanlarda eser vermekle kalmamış birçok yeniliğe de imza atmıştır. Öyle ki Keşşâf adlı tefsiri ve el-Mufassal adlı nahiv kitabı günümüze değin aşılabilmiş değildir. Şiir alanında da oldukça iddialı olan Zemahşerî beş binden fazla beyit içeren bir de divan telif etmiştir. Bu çalışmada onun şiirlerini topladığı divanı esas alınarak Arap şiir geleneğinde önemli bir yere sahip olan mersiye türünde kaleme aldığı kaside ve kıtaları mercek altına alınacaktır. Şiir konusunda gelenekçi bir yapıya sahip olan Zemahşerî, mersiyelerinde de bu tutumunu muhafaza etmekle beraber daha önce hiç rastlanmamış ölenin ağzından geride kalanları teselli etme gibi uygulamalara da yer vermiştir.
  • İbnü’l-Arabî ve Mevlânâ’nın Din Anlayışı Çerçevesinde Öteki’nin Konumu

    Ömer Özgül (Eskişehir Osmangazi University, 2021-03-01)
    Günümüzde, dünyanın farklı bölgelerinde yaşayan birçok insanın farklı nedenlerle İslâm’a karşı mesafeli olduğu ve din olarak İslâm’ı seçmediği bilinmektedir. Bu durumdaki insanlar, Müslümanlar tarafından nasıl algılanmalıdır? Müslümanların gayrimüslimlere yaklaşımları nasıl olmalıdır? Sûfî geleneğin diğer dinlere bakışının geniş bir perspektiften anlaşılması, bu sorulara cevap bulabilme noktasında büyük katkı sağlayacaktır. Öncelikle, ontolojik bir ötekileştirmeyi reddeden İslâm’ın tasavvufî yorumunun, farklı din mensupları arasındaki çatışmanın çözümü için bir adres olabileceği tarihi tecrübelerle sabittir. İbnü’l-Arabî ve Mevlânâ çok kültürlü ve çok dinli bir dünyada, özünde her şeyin hakîkatinin bir olduğunu müşâhede ettiklerinden bütün insanlığı birlik ve beraberliğe, sevgi, hoşgörü ve barışa çağırmışlardır. Ötekileştirme gayretlerinin hâkim olduğu günümüz dünyasında, hoşgörü merkezli bu görüşe ne kadar muhtaç olduğumuz son derece açıktır. Bu çalışmada, çeşitli inançların sorunsuz bir şekilde bir arada yaşayabilmelerinde, İbnü’l-Arabî ve Mevlânâ gibi sûfî şahsiyetlerin kültür ve düşünce yapısının bilinmesinin büyük katkı sunacağı vurgulanmaya çalışılmıştır.
  • Accessibility in virtual educational enviromments: A systematic review

    María Cecilia Roma (Fundación MenteClara, 2021-04-01)
    This systematic review study aims to analyze the implementation of accessibility standards in virtual educational environments at the university level. 23 articles on the aforementioned software, student-teacher interaction, and didactic design were subjected to analysis. The results show a growing concern regarding educational inclusion in virtual learning environments by teachers. An increased commitment towards inclusive optimization from universities was deemed increasingly necessary.
  • [Mishneh torah] : [sefer zemanim]

    Columbia University Libraries; Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204 ([Place of publication not identified], 2021-12-20)
    Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials. Version 1. December 2002
  • [Derashot u-piyuṭim]

    Columbia University Libraries ([Place of publication not identified], 2021-04-18)
    Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials. Version 1. December 2002
  • Jain conceptions of non-cognition : a dialogue with Dharmakirti on inferential evidence

    Gorisse, Marie-HélèneLW210001403053458020013034720000-0003-2293-58467CA873D2-0C13-11E2-AA3C-3DCD10BDE39D; Kellner, Birgiteditor; McAllister, Patrickeditor; Lasic, Horsteditor; McClintock, Saraeditor (Vienna Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2020)
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  • النسخة العربية من إنجيل برنابا
 نظرةٌ لغويةٌ تاريخيةٌ
 (The Arabic Version of the Gospel of Barnabas
 Historical Linguistic Study)

    Yaacob, Solehah@Nik Najah Fadilah (University Taybah, Madinah Saudi Arabia, 2021-04-05)
    نسخةٌ من الكتاب المقدس عُثر عليها في تركيا، ويعود تاريخها إلى نحو سنة 1500 للميلاد؛ أثارت الخلاف بين علماء العقائد الإبراهيمية, ولا سيما صلتُها بإنجيل برنابا الذي تُرجم إلى العربية في مجلة المنار, وقد حافظ علماء المسلمين طويلاً على هدوئهم أمام الأهمية اللغوية والتاريخية لإنجيل برنابا وما فيه من التقاطع مع الشريعة الإسلامية, في وقت شاع فيه أن هذا الإنجيل متأثر بالكوميديا الإلهية لدانتي، ومن ثم غاب أن ترجمته الإيطالية، قد تكون عن إحدى اللغات السامية القديمة، ويهدف هذا البحث إلى كشف بعض أسرار إنجيل برنابا وعلاقته مع الكتاب المقدس (العهد الجديد) من خلال منهجية تحليلية مقارنة.
 
 A copy of the Bible that was found in Turkey and was later carbon dated to be over 1500 hundred years old has stirred interest among scholars of the Abrahamic faith. In particular, is the connection of the Gospel of Barnabas that was translated into Arabic in the al-Manar journal. Muslim scholars have for so long remained quiet on the linguistic and historical significance of the Gospel of Barnabas and some potential elements of Islamic law that could be found in the Gospel. It is widely believed that Dante’s Divine Comedy was partly based on the Italian translation of the gospel from an ancient Semitic language. Since that is the case, it would be safe to assume that there are potentially relevant elements to the history of Islamic jurisprudence. The research aims to uncover some mysteries of the gospel of Barnabas and its connection with the Bible (The Canonical Books) through comparative and analytical approaches.
  • Remarks of Mr. Babcock, of Erie, on the Roman Catholic Church property bill: : in the Senate, June 24, 1853, upon the motion to strike out the enacting clause of the bill.

    Babcock, George R. 1876; Cuyler & Henly
    Caption title: Roman Catholic Church property bill : remarks of Mr. Babcock, of Erie, in the Senate, June 24, 1853, upon the motion to strike out the enacting clause of the bill. At head of title in square brackets: Albany state register--Extra. Text printed in two columns.
  • Spinoza and the Possibility of a Philosophical Religion

    Martijn Buijs (MDPI AG, 2021-04-01)
    What is a philosophical religion? Carlos Fraenkel proposes that we use this term to describe “the interpretation of the historical forms of a religion in philosophical terms”. Such a philosophical interpretation allows religious traditions to be utilized in service of a political-pedagogical program, the goal of which is orienting society towards the highest good: human excellence. Here, I outline the idea of a philosophical religion as it can be found in the Arabic tradition of rationalist Aristotelianism and scrutinize Spinoza’s ambiguous response to this idea. Despite his programmatic separation of theology and philosophy, I argue, Spinoza, at least in some crucial passages, shows himself to be engaged in the project of retrieving the truths of philosophy through the interpretation of Scripture. Thus, there are two contradictory strains at work in Spinoza’s philosophy of religion: he systematically denies that Scripture is the locus of truth, yet he articulates parts of his philosophical anthropology and rational theology by means of Scriptural exegesis. Both of these strains, however, depend on the claim that the final arbiter of truth about the divine and the one true act of worship of God is metaphysics.

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