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ROADSİDE STORY

Emel Karakozak | Turkey

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Independently of Aristotle, if we are going to talk about a ‘human nature günümüzde today, can't we easily replace the desire to realize this longing and longing with‘ greed ’and‘ selfishness?? If there is a nature, can he not miss what he lost and want them back? Today, the equal distribution of wealth is a systematic and scientific thought as an alternative to the social structure in which labor is exploited. Not forgetting the lack of this systematic thought; but he should not miss the longing, the desire, or even the practice. It can be grasped that neither the birth of the sun of civilizations nor the sinker of the civilizations is anything but the struggle of this desire in the last instance, but if this balance is preserved, it can be grasped without being stuck in the swamp of reductionism.

ROADSİDE STORY

The inequality in the distribution of property on land is almost as old as the resettlement. One of the most magical aspects of history is that some longings continue on their way by taking on different faces over time. His many references to life, hidden or open, are in a sense an indication of a longing for time. Isn't it the fact that sometimes the longing for the periods of wealth sharing in history is more than an ‘impulse bazen, sometimes it is put into concrete practice in various forms, and sometimes different ideas have been developed?<>

Independently of Aristotle, if we are going to talk about a ‘human nature günümüzde today, can't we easily replace the desire to realize this longing and longing with‘ greed ’and‘ selfishness?? If there is a nature, can he not miss what he lost and want them back? Today, the equal distribution of wealth is a systematic and scientific thought as an alternative to the social structure in which labor is exploited. Not forgetting the lack of this systematic thought; but he should not miss the longing, the desire, or even the practice. It can be grasped that neither the birth of the sun of civilizations nor the sinker of the civilizations is anything but the struggle of this desire in the last instance, but if this balance is preserved, it can be grasped without being stuck in the swamp of reductionism.

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