Edited By Dilek Arlı Çil and Nihal Petek Boyaci
The social and technological developments, social movements, scientific discoveries, economic growth or diseconomies give rise to many problems for human beings. Many disciplines such as economics, political science, architecture, sociology and psychology discuss these problems and offer solutions from different perspectives. Philosophy has its own way of dealing with these problems. As opposed to the common belief, philosophy does not only deal with ideals independently of what is going on in real life. The problems of the contemporary philosophy are also the problems of the contemporary world. For this reason, this book aims to present and discuss certain philosophical problems in the contemporary world and to suggest solutions to them.
About the editors
Dilek Arlı Çil is Assistant Professor in philosophy at Maltepe University in Turkey. Her areas of interest are social and political philosophy, ethics and epistemology.
Nihal Petek Boyacı is Assistant Professor in philosophy at Medeniyet University in Turkey. She has translated Plato’s dialogues Ion and Lysis from Ancient Greek to Turkish. Her areas of interest include Ancient Greek philosophy and philosophy for children.
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