Cetin Balanuye
PhD Philosophy
Turkce
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Balanuye, C. (2009) "Süreklilik Düşü: İnsanın Trajik Yanılgısı mı?", TEDxBosphorus, 23 Kasim 2009, İstanbul Modern, Istanbul. (05.19.2011, Thu)

Felsefeci Balanuye bu kışkırtıcı konuşmasında izleyicileri sürdürülebilirlik kavramını yeniden sorgulamaya çağırıyor. Şimdiki andan ve bedenin süreksizliğinden duyulan korkunun, belirsiz bir geleceği olumlamaya dayanan nafile bir süreklilik arayışına yol açtığını öne süre Balanuye, “burayı ve şimdiyi” yadsımanın, küresel krizlerimizin temelindeki ana etken olduğunu savunuyor. More >>

Becoming an experession in Deleuze: Two cases from Turkey, Fazıl Say and Mısırlı Ahmet (04.23.2011, Sat)

Fazıl Say, a world-famous Turkish pianist, declared in a German newspaper that he might leave Turkey as a reaction to increasing Islamic fundamentalism in the country. Earlier than Say, another prominent Turkish musician, Mısırlı Ahmet, had articulated in an interview that he does not play percussion but he wants to become percussion. More >>

İnsan Hakları ve Demokrasi: Okullarda disipline çağdaş yaklaşımlar (08.8.2007, Wed)

ANTALYA İLİNDE GÖREVLİ DİSİPLİN KURULU YÖNETİCİLERİ için 12 SAATLİK EĞİTİM More >>

Learning objects and the context: How to integrate? (10.27.2006, Fri)

A workshop on New Technologies, New Ideas, New Media Selection Models and Motivational Design in Education More >>

DECONSTRUCTION AS EXPERIENCE AND ETHICO-EDUCATIONAL POSSIBILITIES (12.1.2003, Mon)

It is hardly possible if not impossible at all to derive clear ethical or political instructions out of Derridean deconstruction. This is so not only because Derrida is one of the most obscure thinkers of our time, but because the very idea of deconstruction does not lend itself to any kind of moral-ethical guidelines or principles that we are partially familiar from Utilitarian and Kantian schools. This does not rule out, however, other ways of conceiving deconstruction in which many indirect ethico-political and educational implications can reveal. One of these possible understandings, I will argue, is to conceive deconstruction as a special type of engaging in texts, which leads one to create a temporary background on which dominant voice(s) in the text weakens. This, what I call, “power diminishing effect of deconstruction” comes with the experience of deconstructive reading or deconstructive reading as an experience. Conceived in this way, ethical promises of deconstruction become apparent. Because, according to Derrida “…writing cannot be thought outside of the horizon of inter subjective violence…” Deconstruction in this sense is both self-protecting and ethical way of reading as it is helping reader see how violence is constituted in the text, while allowing one at the same time to communicate with the “other(s)” of the text. More >>

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