Beytulhikme An International Journal of Philosophy is a refereed peer-reviewed open-access journal which is published annually in June and December. The official languages of the journal are Turkish and English.
Beytulhikme publishes articles in all areas of classical and contemporary philosophy. Special emphasis is placed on the exchange of ideas between philosophers of different theoretical backgrounds and on interdisciplinary research into the relationship between philosophy and the social and natural sciences. In addition, Beytulhikme aims to combine East and West around the wisdom. Because the name of the journal, “the house of wisdom”, indicates to connection between theoretical and practical wisdom. Therefore, Beytulhikme aspires to clarify the truth and it endeavors relevant to this purpose.
Sayfalar 1 - 9 Ilyas Altuner
The Influence of Cogito and Position of God to Subjects of Knowledge and Belief in Descartes’ Philosophy
Sayfalar 1 - 15 Naciye Atış
Epistemic Options in the Face of Epistemic Barriers
Sayfalar 17 - 29 Murat Arıcı, Murat ARICI
Two Tokens of the Inference to the Best Explanation: No-Miracle Argument and the Selectionist Explanation
Sayfalar 31 - 46 Emre Arda Erdenk
Epistemological Diversity in Social Science Graduate Curriculum: The Experience from an American College in Czech Republic
Sayfalar 47 - 57 Pelin Ayan Musil, Pelin AYAN MUSIL
Causality in History from Edward Hallet Carr’s Perspective: Hegel’s Malignancy and Cleopatra’s Noses
Sayfalar 59 - 79 Serpil Durğun, Zehragül Aşkın
Is There Any Room for Spatial Intuition in Riemann’s Philosophy of Geometry?
Sayfalar 81 - 94 Dinçer Çevik
A Brief Account of the Relation between Prudence and Decision in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics
Sayfalar 95 - 103 Yakup Hamdioğlu
Machiavelli and Machiavelianism
Sayfalar 105 - 139 Ahmet Kesgin
The Problem of Alienation in the Works of Franz Kafka
Sayfalar 141 - 162 Nuri Çiçek