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    • Unreliable narratives and scepticism: what can we learn from fiction? 

      Vural, Fatma Zehra (Bilkent University, 2021-05)
      This thesis investigates whether we can learn from fiction. First, I analyse accounts of how we understand fiction and of the concepts that need to be analysed. Then I look more specifically at accounts that suggest we can ...
    • Unreliable narrator: memory, accuracy and function 

      Torun, Gülce (Bilkent University, 2019-05)
      If the past is in the past then, why cannot we just let it go? The answer is simple. We are obsessed with our past and it is always running alongside us. Moreover, we are inclined to think that what we remember is true ...
    • What stream exactly? The better nature of the early stream of consciousness fiction 

      Sağbaş, Kemal Doğukan (Bilkent University, 2021-01)
      The term “the stream of consciousness” refers to two different notions: a philosophical psychology theory purported by William James (“the Stream”), and a genre in 20th-century fiction that deals with the conscious ...