Undergrad Courses Spring 2021-2022

The courses I will be teaching this term
LOOKING AT PHILOSOPHY II

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DAY DIVISION TOPICS

HEGEL: Freedom and state(FeyzaNur+); Religion and Politics(Caner Ş+)

SCHOPENHAUER: World as representation; World as will(Esra A+)

KIERKEGAARD: psychology(existential and Christian); theology and faith

MARX: freedom (Zaur+); alienation

NIETZSCHE: Genealogy of morality; mass culture(Hamza+); übermensch(MelikeY+?); herd behaviour; nihilism(Ceren Ü+)

UTILITARIANISM: happiness(Zeynep S+); benefit

BENTHAM: gender and sexuality(HilalC+); animal rights

MILL: theory of liberty(Ece S+); women’s rights(Eylül D+); colonialism(Tuğrul+); slavery

PRAGMATISM: happiness; truth and benefit(Selin Ö+)

JAMES: theory of self; epistemology; philosophy of religion(Eminegül+)

DEWEY: epistemology(emirhan+*); education and teacher education(M.Visal+);

MOORE: ethics(cantürk+*); idealism and external world

RUSSELL: religion(Cansu A+), society(Yağmur Ö--), language(Atahan+*)

LOGICAL POSITIVISM: knowledge and phenomena; science and truth(MirayY+)

HUSSERL: knowledge and certainty(MustafaD+); sciences and phenomenology

WITTGENSTEIN: language and meaning; language and world(Burcu K+)

HEIDEGGER: dasein and time(UtkuDK+?)

SARTRE: being-in-itself(ÖzgeB--); being-for-itself; existentialism(Batuhan Y+)

A. CAMUS: absurdism(İsmail Ş+)

STRUCTURALISM: in linguistics(SemihK--); in literary theory&criticism

SAUSSURE:sign-signifier-signified; language and meaning

LEVI-STRAUSS: myths(GülseB+); anthropology(AlpS+)

SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR: Gender roles(Sena B+)

POSTSTRUCTURALISM: deconstruction(Vakkas); postmodernism(CengizhanR)

FOUCAULT: homosexuality(Tutku), madness(Aydan), prison-panopticon(Tarık K)

JUDITH BUTLER: performativity(Arzu A), precarity(Ertuğrul), drag queens(Tuğba), sexuality and gender(BuseA)

CIORAN: Cioran (Fatih A)

LACAN: Imaginary-Symbolic-Real(Mert Aygün); conscious-unconscious(IşılA), love(BetülÇ), desire(Esra Ş)

DERRIDA: text and meaning(YağmurDÖ); deconstruction(Alper T)

IRIGARAY: gender and sexuality(SümeyyeY), language

EVENING DIVISION TOPICS

HEGEL: Freedom and state; Religion and Politics

SCHOPENHAUER: World as representation; World as will

KIERKEGAARD: psychology(existential and Christian); theology and faith

MARX: freedom; alienation

NIETZSCHE: Genealogy of morality; mass culture; übermensch; herd behaviour; nihilism

UTILITARIANISM: happiness; benefit

BENTHAM: gender and sexuality; animal rights

MILL: theory of liberty; women’s rights; colonialism; slavery

PRAGMATISM: happiness; truth and benefit

JAMES: theory of self; epistemology; philosophy of religion

DEWEY: epistemology; education and teacher education;

MOORE: ethics; idealism and external world

RUSSELL: religion, society, language

LOGICAL POSITIVISM: knowledge and phenomena; science and truth

HUSSERL: knowledge and certainty; sciences and phenomenology

WITTGENSTEIN: language and meaning; language and world

HEIDEGGER: dasein; dasein and time

SARTRE: being-in-itself; being-for-itself; existentialism

STRUCTURALISM: in linguistics; in literary theory&criticism

SAUSSURE:sign-signifier-signified; language and meaning

LEVI-STRAUSS: myths; anthropology

POSTSTRUCTURALISM: binary oppositions and deconstruction; postmodernism

LACAN: Imaginary-Symbolic-Real; conscious-unconscious

DERRIDA: text and meaning; deconstruction

IRIGARAY: gender and sexuality, language

INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY CRITICISM

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POSTMODERNIST NOVEL

 

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