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Kasım Akbaş, Ahmet Halûk Atalay, Melike Belkıs Aydın, Gökçe Çataloluk, Gökhan Yavuz Demir, Ertuğrul Uzun, Kıvılcım Turanlı-Yücel
Dosya: "Hukukun Edebî Misafirliği"
Dossier: "Law visits literature"
Semih Poroy
Çizgi-yorum
Cartoonist's comment
Ahmet Halûk Atalay
Hukuk ve Edebiyatın Güncelliği
The actuality of law and literature
Gökhan Yavuz Demir
Edebiyatın İlham Ettiği Zayıf Düşünce: Hukuku Adil Kılmak
The weak thought inspired by literature: Bringing justice to law
Melike Belkıs Aydın
Anahtar Deliği: Özel Somut Sübjektif
The keyhole: Private concrete subjective
Gökçe Çataloluk
Hukuk Hikâyeleri vs. Hukukun Hikâyeleri
Law stories vs. stories of law
Kasım Akbaş
Hukukçunun Edebiyatçı Olarak Portresi: Şair ve Avukat Archibald Macleish
A lawyer's portrait as a man of literature: Poet and attorney Archibald Macleish
Ertuğrul Uzun
Düzenin Kollayıcısı Olarak Yargıç: Reis Bey Yaşıyor mu?
The judge as the watchdog of the establishment: Is your honor still alive?
Kıvılcım Turanlı-Yücel
Kurbağalar, Cadılar ve Diğerleri
Frogs, witches and others
Hasan Bülent Kahraman
Endülüs'ün Üç Kenti
The three cities of Andalusia
Ahmet Önel
Foça Mektubu / 4: Sirenler'in Yalancısı
Letter from Foça 4: Lying sirens
Haydar Ergülen
Split Günlüğü
Split diaries
Mehmet Rifat
Benim Barthes'larım: Yeniden
My own Barthes revisited

Kültür Gündemi: Türkiye'de ve Avrupa'da Dergiciliğin Durumu

Cultural Agenda: Cultural journals in Turkey and Europe
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Dergilerin Suyu Nereden?
How journals survive
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Avrupa'da Dergiciliğin Son Durumu
The situation of journals in Europe
Mustafa Aydoğan, Elif Bereketli, Zarife Biliz, Ali Çakmak, Turgay Fişekçi, Turgay Özçelik, Hüseyin Su, Hakan Şarkdemir, Ali Ural, Murat Yalçın
Soruşturma: Türkiye'de Dergiciliğin Son Durumu
Questionnaire: The situation of journals in Turkey
Feridun Andaç
Yaşar Kemal'in Gerçeği Yaratma Yolculuğu: "Bir Ada Hikâyesi"
Yaşar Kemal's journey to create reality: "An island saga"
Mustafa Şerif Onaran
Neden Cahit Külebi?
Why Cahit Külebi?
Halûk Sunat
Romansal/Yaratıcı Hakikat ve Spinoza Problemi - II
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Erdoğan Alkan
Claude Monet'nin Evinde
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Tozan Alkan
Pablo Neruda'nın Şiir Anlayışı
Pablo Neruda's understanding of poetry
Enver Ercan
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