Philosophy, dialogue and civil society
CitationÇotuksöken, B. (2009). Philosophy, dialogue and civil society. 2007 Dünya Felsefe Günü, ss. 275-280.
Before we start, we have to answer this question: What are the distinctive qualities of philosophy as a discourse, in other words as logos and/or dialogue/dialogos? To answer this question is to limit or trace the limitations of philosophy. What should be emphasized here is that philosophy, by its relationship between the external world, the mental world and the linguistic world, taking the concept of "limit" as a criterion. Philosophy deals with the conditions of limiting every kind of being within the mental and linguistic context. Therefore, we are expected to specify the distinctive features of philosophy as a way of thinking and knowing in attition to this basic feature: -As an element of culture, philosophy intends to draw limits both on the entitites and itself. -Philosophy tends to limit itself as a synchronic and diachronic activity. -As philosophy utilizes other ways of thinking and knowing, it also contributes to them.
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