When we have a closer look at nature’s cycle, we find that the rhythm of life and universe is processing as part of a huge system that unravels itself to even a larger one. Gregg Braden, an American author of New Age literature, suggests that “the experience of day, night and the seasons offers a … Continue reading On Contraction of Time and Space
In her autobiography, Margery Kempe describes herself as a creature who undertakes a redemptive quest, at first, to be forgiven for her sins and pride. The struggle she endures while giving birth to her first child makes her afraid of her sins, and subsequently, she decides to confess her sins to a priest who makes … Continue reading The Paradox in the Creature’s Salvation; A Commentary on The Book of Margery Kempe
"aynada yüzüm hazırladı" Yıldız Tilbe, El Adamı "Ben de bu dünyada yaşadım ama annemi hiç görmedim" Found poem of a child Failed Essay -on being seen- Being seen, regardless of the human capacity to hide and shadow every essence of our being, terrorizes us like children caught in the omniscient gaze of adults. One may … Continue reading Meditations on Being Seen
Most of us dream about going on a holiday abroad, but it is not often we can actually fulfill this dream. What if I told you there were domestic counterparts to some of the world's most popular holiday destinations? Here are 10 domestic addresses which are twins of some of the world’s most popular holiday … Continue reading 10 Destinations in Turkey Which Make You Feel Like You are Holidaying Abroad
Modularity of mind is the concept discussing whether specific modules in the mind work independently, or the mind is not organized in a modular way and it is an integrated whole. Since this concept is an unresolved issue, there is no one true answer to our question. However, I am going to argue for the modularity of … Continue reading Is There a Language Module in the Mind?