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Liberalism needs love

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A ban on the burqa in a country such as France, if applied consistently and without bias, would lead to bans on numerous practices in the majority culture, insists Martha Nussbaum. But while tolerance is essential, what liberalism really needs right now is love and compassion. [Spanish version added] [ more ]

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Multiculturalism and the culture of fear


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Global/cultural polarization


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The reproduction of nature


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Jealousy


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The states of love and desire -- Love in Turkish literature


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Literature and law


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Turkey-European Union: Are we just neighbours?


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100th Anniversary of Sartre in the postmodern age


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Literature and psychiatry


28.09.2005

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Literary education in high schools


18.08.2005

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What do writers do on vacation?


05.07.2005

Varlik | 7/2005

The exploitation of idleness and its resistance


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Poetry today: Quests, tendencies, trends, debates


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The East-West divide in the geography of thought


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The story in our day: The quests, trends, tendencies


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Love, literature, and women at this moment in history


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Is there an "underground literature" in Turkey?


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The tail of the coin and the writing of literature


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The eightieth year of surrealism


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Immanuel Kant at the Beginning of the 21st Century: Ethics, Aesthetics, Enlightenment and World Peace


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100 fundamental works of Turkish and world literature. Are they really fundamental?


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Symbolism from the Shaman tradition to Islam


15.08.2004

Varlik | 8/2004

Is the interest in Eastern Teachings an Escape or a Search for the Self?


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Active Consumerism in Popular Culture and the Culture of Consumption


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Akademik Özgürlük ve Özerklik [Academic Freedom and Autonomy]


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Besinci Kuvvet : Yurttas


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Turkish Literature education at university


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The Interest in Anatolian Culture: A Matter of Tradition or Exploitation


22.01.2004

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Translation as a Medium of Interaction Between Cultures


22.12.2003

Varlik | 12/2003

Comparative Literature: The Universal Encounter of Literature


04.11.2003

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Avrupa Birligi Kültür Politikalari ve Türkiye [Cultural Policies of the EU and Turkey]


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21.08.2003

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Philosophy facing world problems


31.07.2003

Varlik | 7/2003

Varlik's 70th anniversary


10.06.2003

Varlik | 6/2003

War and Literature


01.05.2003

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Black Humour on the Eastern Front "War is Peace"


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Intolerance, Prejudices, Fixed Ideas, and War


01.03.2003

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Beyond Feminism and Multiculturalism


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Varlik | 2/2003

Is It a Crime to Write in Line With the Readers?


09.01.2003

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The End of Aesthetics?


01.12.2002

Varlik | 12/2002

Does the Novel Need Criticism?


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Varlik | 11/2002

Place of Heroes in Our Lives


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Varlik | 10/2002

In the Midst of Rejection and Chaos


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