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    • Ambivalence for cognitivists: a lesson from chrysippus? 

      Wringe, B. (John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2017)
      Ambivalence—where we experience two conflicting emotional responses to the same object, person or state of affairs—is sometimes thought to pose a problem for cognitive theories of emotion. Drawing on the ideas of the Stoic ...
    • Apocalypse Now : pro-war sentiments in an "anti-war" film 

      Danış, Baran (Bilkent University, 2007)
      In this study, the film Apocalypse Now is analyzed in terms of its ideological function and messages by using the textualist approach of screen theory. The film is examined as both a pro-war and anti-war film which reveals ...
    • Spaces of boredom : imagination and the ambivalence of limits 

      Ejder, Özge (Bilkent University, 2005)
      This study aims to contribute readings of arguments pertaining to and conceptualizations of the experience of boredom to discussions of art, philosophy and culture. Relevant histories and readings of philosophical accounts ...
    • Turkey and EU/rope: discourses of inspiration/anxiety in Turkey's foreign policy 

      Bilgin, P.; Bilgiç, A. (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2012-06)
      The literature on Turkey-European Economic Community/Union (EEC/EU) relations scrutinises how various EEC/EU actors vacillate on Turkey's accession to European integration contingent upon their image/s of Turkey. Turkey's ...