Beytulhikme An International Journal of Philosophy
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e-ISSN 1303-8303 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2011 | Publisher Mustafa ÇEVİK | www.beytulhikme.org

Beytulhikme An International Journal of Philosophy is a refereed peer-reviewed open-access philosophy journal which is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December. The official languages of the journal are Turkish and English.

Beytulhikme publishes articles in all areas of classical and contemporary philosophy. Special emphasis is placed on the exchange of ideas between philosophers of different theoretical backgrounds and on interdisciplinary research into the relationship between philosophy and the social and natural sciences. In addition, Beytulhikme aims to combine East and West around wisdom. Because the name of the journal, “the house of wisdom”, indicates the connection between theoretical and practical wisdom. Therefore, Beytulhikme aspires to clarify the truth and endeavors relevant to this purpose.

Beytulhikme An International Journal of Philosophy

e-ISSN 1303-8303 | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2011 | Publisher Mustafa ÇEVİK | www.beytulhikme.org
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Beytulhikme An International Journal of Philosophy is a refereed peer-reviewed open-access philosophy journal which is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December. The official languages of the journal are Turkish and English.

Beytulhikme publishes articles in all areas of classical and contemporary philosophy. Special emphasis is placed on the exchange of ideas between philosophers of different theoretical backgrounds and on interdisciplinary research into the relationship between philosophy and the social and natural sciences. In addition, Beytulhikme aims to combine East and West around wisdom. Because the name of the journal, “the house of wisdom”, indicates the connection between theoretical and practical wisdom. Therefore, Beytulhikme aspires to clarify the truth and endeavors relevant to this purpose.

Beytulhikme Last Issue
Volume 9 - Issue 1 - Mar 2019
  1. Editorial
    Pages 0 - 0
    Beytulhikme Journal
  2. David Lewis’ Best System Analysis and CP Laws
    Pages 1 - 12
    Ömer Fatih Tekin
  3. The Evaluation of Averroes’ Doctrine of Conjunction of Material Intellect with Agent Intellect and Their Identity in the Context of Thomas Aquinas’ Criticism
    Pages 13 - 38
    Mehmet Ata Az
  4. Kant's Theory of Arithmetic
    Pages 39 - 58
    Aykut Küçürparmak
  5. Number and Quantity Perception from Mathematical to Metaphysics in the context of Avicenna and Ikhwan al-Safa
    Pages 59 - 74
    Ayşe Kökcü
  6. The Potentiality of 'Politics' in Aristotle: The Logos and Meaningful Speech among Men
    Pages 75 - 88
    Efe Baştürk
  7. Crito: Upon the Duty, Citizenship and, Justice
    Pages 89 - 101
    Devrim Özkan
  8. Can Thinking Overcome Evil? On Thinking in Hannah Arendt
    Pages 103 - 119
    Sengün Meltem Acar Keskin
  9. Ethical Discussion: Suicide in the Cases of Hume and Kant
    Pages 121 - 146
    Elif Ergün, Tufan Çötok
  10. Animals and Our Certain Practical Obligations to Animals in Christine M. Korsgaard
    Pages 147 - 179
    Barış Mutlu
  11. God and the Law of Ethics in Duns Scotus
    Pages 181 - 210
    Fatih Özkan
  12. Could Morality be the Subject of a Rational Investigation? Alija Izetbegović 's Mind and Morality
    Pages 211 - 229
    Zübeyir Ovacık
  13. Ernst von Aster and Contemporary Philosophy Lecture Notes
    Pages 213 - 277
    Osman Özkul, Yasin Şahin
  14. Poem on the Lisbon Disaster
    Pages 279 - 291
    François Marie Arouet (Voltaire), Metin Topuz, Ahmet Selim Tümkaya
  15. Isonomy and the Roots of Philosophy by K. Karatani
    Pages 293 - 297
    Şeyma Kömürcüoğlu