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Cesur Yeni Dünya Üzerine Eleştiri / Selin Dora

Aldous Leonard Huxley, 26 Temmuz 1894’te İngiltere’nin Sussex bölgesindeki Godalming’de doğdu. Birçok ünlü bilim adamı ve sanatçı yetiştirmiş olan Huxley ailesinden geliyordu. Darwin’in ateşli savunucularından ünlü biyolog Thomas Henry Huxley’in torunu, yine ünlü biyolog Sir Julian Huxley’in kardeşiydi. Annesi şair ve denemeci Matthew Arnold’ın yiğeniydi. Babası Leonard Huxley ise Cornhill dergisinin sahibi ve yöneticisiydi.Bilim ve […]

Yeni Osmanlılardan Jön Türklere Basının Siyasal Fikirleri İfade Etme Aracı Olarak Kullanılması / Murat Can Başaran

Abstract New Ottomans movement was important because it was the  first steps of freedom movements or the beginning point of freedom movements. These movements started in the  late 18th century. They actually appeared because of conditions of at that time, defects of social institutions and some changings in society with the beginning of 19 th […]

Prisoners of Ourselves: Totalitarianism in Every Day Life / Yücel Taş

Abstract Special book in which there are lots of hidden things waiting to be discovered. In Prisoners of Ourselves, Gündüz Vassaf aproaches to society in an anarchic way. He consantrates on the concept of totalitarianism in every day life. He emphasizes on a critical way to social associations, states, religions, nations, armies… Actually what I […]

Geçmişiniz İtinayla Temizlenir / Ezgi Olgun

Abstract When we look at the historical studies metodologically we face with the same reinforced information. History that is taken as a course in the schools isn’ t different than that history understanding. Every new study repeats the previous one with the same way and perspective. The book that I wiil mention is “ Geçmişiniz […]

Ölümcül Kimlikler / Zeynep Büyüksaraç

Abstract The book analysis generally based on the importance of the identity and the identities differences, modernity, especially pointed on the religion’s effects of the modernity. We saw the subject of modernity in our lessons especially in the book the same subject modernity because of the West’s behaviors. The other cultures understood that if the […]

Geçmişiniz İtinayla Temizlenir / Ezgi Olgun

Abstract When we look at the historical studies metodologically we face with the same reinforced information. History that is taken as a course in the schools isn’ t different than that history understanding. Every new study repeats the previous one with the same way and perspective. The book that I will mention is “ Geçmişiniz […]

2+2=5 / Halil Türkden

Abstract “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – for ever” (230). Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984) is a most famous dystopian novel which was published in 1949. It was written by George Orwell and most of the comments underlines this work as the best of his works. […]

The Review of Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell / İpek Artun

Abstract Nineteen Eighty-Four describes a dystopia written by George Orwell. The book expresses a world in which have only three nations; Oceania,Eurasiaand Eastasia. At the time which book took place two of these nations always allied against the other nation, as they are constantly at war in order to consume produced good and maintain an […]

Amusing Ourselves to Death; Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business / Begüm Uysalefe

Abstract Neil Postman emphases amusing ourselves to death; public discourse in the age of show business from effectiveness of the speech to writing; from telegraph to photography and lastly Postman want to show how television amuse us. Postman analyzed how is the development period from speech to television, how it is effects our culture, how […]

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