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    • The design of the book as object 

      Steel, Jeremy Charles (Bilkent University, 1997)
      The book is an important cultural product that, as well as being a site in which text and image can be found, is first and foremost a physical object. To access a text there must always be a physical support through which ...
    • Half asleep, winded losses : a visual survey on photography, memory and meaning 

      Bilgenoğlu, Begüm (Bilkent University, 2012)
      As!Henry! Bergson! points! out,!memory!images! that!we! have! stored!in! our! minds! throughout!our!lives! trigger!our!past!experiences!and!help! form! the! moment! we! live! in. This! thesis! is! an! attempt! to challenge! ...
    • On Strawsonian contexts 

      Akman, V. (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2005)
      P.F. Strawson proposed in the early seventies a threefold distinction regarding how context bears on the meaning of 'what is said' when a sentence is uttered. The proposal was somewhat tentative and, being aware of this ...
    • Reading product de(sign): an inquiry into discursive aspects of design culture 

      Timur, Şebnem (Bilkent University, 1996)
      Every design can be considered as an expression, and every expression conveys meanings to the receiver, of different sorts. The aim of this study is to demonstrate the ways of meaning production and consumption through the ...
    • Ripping the text apart at different seams 

      Akman, V.; Pound, E.; Eliot, T. S. (Stanford University Humanities Center, 1994)
      This is a brief reply to Herbert A. Simon's fine paper "Literary Criticism: A Cognitive Approach'', Stanford Humanties Review, Special Supplement ("Bridging the Gap'' Where Cognitive Science Meets Literary Criticism), vol. ...
    • The role of schemas in understanding places 

      İmamoğlu, C. (METU, 2009-12)