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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 ...
    • Body, skill, and look: is bodybuilding a sport? 

      Aranyosi, I. (Springer Netherlands, 2018)
      I argue that bodybuilding should not qualify as a sport, given that at the competition stage it lacks an essential feature of sports, namely, skillful activity. Based on the classic distinction between Leib (the lived body) ...
    • Deste gol be âb dâden ve dilin olmazsa olmaz unsurları olarak söz kalıpları 

      Ceylan, Emre (2010)
      In Persian language the idiom, Deste gol be âb dâden, that comes from three base stories, can be used with its more than one hundred different meanings. Therefore; "speech forms" are not "remnant elements of language ...
    • Differential translation: A proposed strategy for translating polysemous language in German philosophy 

      Hawkins, S. (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2017)
      Translators of German philosophy into English must often choose whether to express concrete or abstract meanings for polysemous German keywords. This article discusses "differential translation," a widely underestimated ...
    • Observational cinema and embodied vision 

      Uslu, Ayşe (Bilkent University, 2011)
      The aim of this study is to discuss the notion of embodiment in respect of Merleau Ponty's philosophy of phenomenology and its relation to observational cinema. For this aim, this thesis dwells on the embodied nature of ...
    • Technological transformation of the perception of death 

      Akkuş, Murat Baran (Bilkent University, 2013)
      The historical attitudes toward death are compared with the philosophical tradition of death contemplation to suggest points of divergence and similarities on the notion of the death of the body. Technological transformations ...