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Philosophy of Science I

Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
MBU0001 Philosophy of Science I 2/0/0 EL Turkish 2
Course Goals
To enable the student to recognize the presuppositions and paradigms of scientific thinking and science.
Prerequisite(s) NONE
Corequisite(s) NONE
Special Requisite(s) 70% attendance to the weekly sessions
Instructor(s) Professor Cengiz ÇAKMAK
Course Assistant(s) NONE
Schedule To be assigned in the new semester
Office Hour(s) To be assigned in the new semester
Teaching Methods and Techniques Presentation of ideas and arguments based on inquiry about one’s own presuppositions as well as discussions related to examples from contemporary ethical conflicts and violence due to ideological conditionings and lack of philosophical insight as to the basis of such conditionings.
Principle Sources - Erkut Sezgin, Esrarıengin Arkeolog, Cem Yayınevi, 2011.

- Lev Nikolayeviç Tolstoy, Ivan Ilyiç'in Ölümü, İnkılap Kitabevi, 2008, ISBN: 9789751025159.

- Platon, Lysis Lakhes, Sosyal Yayınları, 2009.
Other Sources - Platon, Lysis Dostluk Üzerine,  Kabalcı Yayınevi, 2007.

- Erkut Sezgin, Wittgenstein'ın Ardından Beden ve Zihin Hareketleri, Cem Yayınevi, 2000. 
Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Early Greek Philosophy on the Essence of Nature (Physis)
2. Week Early Greek Philosophy on the Essence of Nature (Physis)
3. Week The Apology of Socrates and his Wisdom expressed as knowing that he knows nothing
4. Week Socrates and the Sophists on the criterion of knowledge
5. Week The interconnections between the conventional rules of language thinking and logic
6. Week The phenomena of life operational in learning the rules of language
7. Week The phenomena of life operational in learning the rules of language
8. Week The connection between the conventional rules of language and logic
9. Week Mid-term examination
10. Week The paradigms of contemporary philosophy of science
11. Week Criticism of Cartesian theory of knowledge and logic in the light of contemporary elucidations of the interconnections between rules of language, thinking and representations of language
12. Week Criticism of ideological thinking in the light of clarifications of the historical paradigms and rules of thinking in the context of language-phenomena
13. Week Reassessment of values of culture from the standpoint of philosophical awareness about the paradigms and rules of thinking in the context of language
14. Week The ethical possibilities of awareness about the ideological conditioning of human thinking and consciousness with the rules and paradigms of the historical languages-and cultures in which human beings are trained and educated.
15. Week Final week
16. Week Final week
17. Week Final week
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 40
Final Exam 1 60