‘GREAT SUFFERERS’ BY MIRZABEYOGLU – CONTENTS

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– A View at History of Thought –

 

Volume I

 

Salih Mirzabeyoglu

 

First Edition 1998

INTRODUCTION

 

1st TABLET          MOSAIC

He and Me

Flutter

Falling into the Horizon

Insane – Posséde – Imbecile

Inspection

“Nun” and Dream

Manam and Markad

Dungeon Life

“Who am I?”

Dream and Reality

Ruy and Symbol

Symbol and Generosity

Abir and Tabir

Inspection and Dialectics

Relation

The East and the West

Two Focus Personalities

History of Thinking

Scheme

 

2nd TABLET          THREE ELDERS

My Ustad, Telling His Youth

Dry Biography

Imam Al-Ghazali and

Muhiddin Al-Arabi

Imam Al-Rabbani

“Wahdat Al-Wujud – Unity of Being”

Blissful Perception and Reason

Perception of Poetry

 

3rd TABLET          LOOKING AT THE WEST

Wisdoms

By Means of Goethe

Part by Part

Goethe and Freud

East – West Diwan

Socrates

Plato is Talking

“Know Thyself!”

Blue Light

Prophet Salih and Socrates

Apology

Death

Plato

Allegory of the Cave

Bergson

My Ustad and Bergson

Most Joyful Tidings (1982)

Marking “Generation of Stars”

Philosophy of Bergson

            How This Philosophy Started

            Concepts of Time and Motion

            Two “Self”

Freedom and Will

Soul and Body

Memory

Life Onset and Evolution         

            Intelligence

            Life Onset

            Aesthetics

            Intuition and Reasoning

            What the Philosophy Must Be?

From Ilm Al-Kalam

 

4th TABLET         ILM AL-KALAM    HIKAMIYAT   PHILOSOPHY

Ilm Al-Kalam

Ilm Al-Kalam and

 

GREAT SUFFERERS

“A View at History of Thought”

Volume II

 

Salih Mirzabeyoglu

 

First Edition 2003

 

INTRODUCTION

 

1st TABLET          ON THE IMPOTENCE OF PERCEPTION

Impotence

Wisdom of Child

Impotence Seeking Heedlessness

Nietzsche – On Three Changes

By Means of Karl Jaspers

 

2nd TABLET          CHILD

Number One Child

Assyrian and Child

Rousseau – Emil

Experience and Benefit

Fontenelle

Child and Play

Vulture

Memory of Goethe

 

3rd TABLET          FIQH AND ILM AL-LADUNNI

By Means of Ebu Hanifa

Faqih – Kusto – Mahdi

Fiqh – Tasawwuf – “Ilm Al-Ladunni”

Life of Ebu Hanifa

From “Speeches”

“Fiqh Al Akbar”

Real Story

 

4th TABLET         A VIEW AT INDIA AND CHINA

Buddhist

Taoism

Laotseo and Confucius

Living Morally

“Living in Disharmony”

 

5th TABLET         PHILOSOPHY OF GREEK AND ROME

Zeno – Founder of Stoicism

Happiness and Virtue

Selfishness and Happiness

Epictetus

Freedom – Fate

Socrates

Cynicism

Epicurus

Diogenes

Selections

From Epictetus to Pollyanna

O. Henry Style

Green Door

Plotinus’ Understanding of Beauty

Roman Stoicism

Seneca

Marcus Aurelius

 

6th TABLET          THE MATTER OF REASON

Impotence of the Reason

Fear of Allah – Great Reason

Descartes

Spinoza

Kant

 

7th TABLET          HISTORY AND THINKING

Truth of the Individual, Society and History

About History

Voltaire the Historian

Croce – Historicism

Age of Enlightenment?

 

8th TABLET          “AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT”

Age of Ibda

Head of Branch

Manners of the Initiation and Struggle

Example of Abrogation

Syllogism

Age of Thought

Locke

Diderot

Letter on Blinds

Action

 

9th TABLET          PHILOSOPHIC NOVEL AND STORY

From My Ustad

Philosophic Story and Novel

“Letters to a Blind”

Castaneda

“Inorganic Creatures”

“Moving Shadows”

“Dream-like Power Producer”

“Oblivion: Human”

“Blue Pioneer”

“Visiting Museum”

 

10th TABLET        AESTHETICS – LANGUAGE – EXPRESSION

Founder of the Science of Grammar

Mujtehids in Ilm Al-Kalam

Meaning and Form

From “The Roots”

Croce

“Intuition and Expression”

Human in the Intermediate

 

11th TABLET        OVERMAN – PERFECT HUMAN

Truth of the Individual

Perfect Human – Overman

Overman

Forespeech of the Zoroaster

(To Write or To Experience?)

 

12th TABLET        BEING, KNOWLEDGE AND EXISTENCE

Epistemology

Ontology

Phenomenology

Existentialism

Nicolai Hartmann

Scenery

 

13th TABLET        LAW AND TYPE OF ADMINISTRATION

A Few Subtle Points

Power and Virtue

Montesquieu

Nasty Bug

Letter

Diderot

Beccaria

Crime and Punishment (Beccaria)

Mistakes of the Idea of Profit

Croce – Law

 

14th TABLET        PSYCHOLOGICAL PARENTHESIS

Dream

Tao and Alain

Freud’s Language of Looking

Instincts Cannot Be Prevented!

Freud’s Portrait of Character

Psychoanalysis

Freud

 

15th TABLET        SCIENCE – ART – PHILOSOPHY

From Confucius, “Poetry – Music”

Jean – Jacques Rousseau

Baudelaire

The Flowers of Evil

To the Reader

Holderlin

About Sciences

Philosophy of Anguish

Picasso

 

16th TABLET        NEW PHYSICS

Around The Truth

Subconscious and Sub-Matter

The Quantum Theory

Style – Chaos – Uncertainty

Uncertainty (Indefiniteness) Principle

New Physics – Technique

In the Light of an Example

 

GREAT SUFFERERS

“A View at History of Thought”

Volume III

 

Salih Mirzabeyoglu

 

First Edition 2004

 

 

Introduction

 

1st TABLET          FROM ANCIENT GREEK

Sophocles

“King Oedipus”

Xenophon

Aristotle

“Virtue-Good and Desire-Will”

“Relative-Comparative”

Good and Beautiful

 

2nd TABLET          CHRONOLOGICALLY FORWARD AND BACKWARD

William Shakespeare

Michel de Montaigne

Shaftesbury (1671-1713)

Eye and Brain

Tree

Of Berkeley

Berkeley

Hylas and Philonous

 

3rd TABLET          GHAZALI AND KANT

Theoretical and Practical Reason

Akl Al-Hayulani

David Hume

“On Main Principles of Method”

“On Origin of Method”

From Valéry

Biography

“Main Issue: Knowledge”

“Three Main Element”

“There is no Absolute Solution”

“Phenomenon-Noumenon”

“Matter of Ethics”

“Aesthetics”

“About Religion”

“Issue of History”

“Conscious-Subconscious”

“Metaphysical Expansion of Time Concept”

“Transcendental Expansion of Time Concept”

“Consequences from These Concepts”

“Clarification”

Of Kant

From Tasawwuf and Thinking of Islam

“Practical Reason – Freedom – Ethics”

“Necessity of Concept”

“Hearty Knowledge – Forethought”

“Matter of Will”

“Ethics and Freedom”

“Holy”

“Amazement – Admiration”

 

4th TABLET         OVERALL PHILOSOPHIES

External – Internal

Hegel

“Empiricism – Critical Philosophy”

“Analysis of the Critical Philosophy”

Idée and Truth

“Idée”

A Note

“Occurrence of Soul”

“Philosophy and Contents”

“Need of Thinking”

“Need of Unity”

“Religion and Philosophy”

“Philosophy and System”

“Philosophy and Experience”

“Mind and Reason”

“True and False”

“Concept of Concrete”

“Dialectics and Philosophy”

“From the Philosophy of Law”

“Dialectical Method”

“Rejection and Objective Dialectic”

“Dialectic in Self”

“Logical Reasoning and…”

“Importance and Role of Logic”

By Means of Ibn Khaldun

Two Philosophers

Historical Materialism

From Aristotle to Dialectic Materialism

Marxism and Materialism

Materialism and Idealism

Opportunity and Real

Big Principal Question

Materialistic Monism

Laws of Materialistic Dialectics

Freedom and Conscious Necessity

 

5th TABLET         WILL – LANGUAGE – EXISTENTIALISM

By Means of Nietzsche

Life of Nietzsche

“Critique of Christianity”

By Means of Heidegger

“What is the Nothing?”

He Said (Roots)

Heidegger and Holderlin

Spirit of German – (From Hegel)

To Germans

 

6th TABLET          NOVEL AND HISTORY

“Event Knitting in Novel”

José Ortega Y Gasset

“History as a System”

Octavio Paz

“Two Understanding of History”

 

7th TABLET          AROUND THE SYNCHRONISM

Example of Synchronism

Truth of Covered Order

“Contemporaneity – Synchronism”

Synchronism

New Physics

Example to Coincidence

 

8th TABLET          ISSUES OF TRANSLATION AND BENEFITING FROM CLASSICS

“About the Issues of Translation”

“How to Benefit from Classics”

 

9th TABLET          POETRY – PAINTING – STATUE

Paul Valéry

About Baudelaire (Valéry)

Spirit of French

“Claude Levi – On Art together with Strauss”

Michelangelo

Picasso

Letter

Lanterns

Appendix

 

GREAT SUFFERERS

“A View at History of Thought”

Volume IV

 

Salih Mirzabeyoglu

 

First Edition: October 2006

 

 

1st TABLET          INTRODUCTION – LEAD-IN

Actor

Formulation

Poetic Perception

Derivation and Calculation according to Arabic Numerical Alphabet

Poetry – Interpretation – Idea

Poetry – Society – State

Poetry and Language

Critique – Critical Consciousness

Symbol – Allusion – Mythology

Understanding Towards Poetry

Heading in Poetry

Poetry and Imagination

A View at Plato

Poem Expressing Self-Glorification

Supplication Addressed to Allah and Encomium about the Prophet

Memoir – Biography

A Teacher

Refrain – Etcetera

Speech (1980)

Ottoman Turkish

A Note

Examples

Short History

Judgment

 

2nd TABLET          MYTHOLOGICAL ALLUSIONS

Husrev and Sirin

Ferhad and Sirin

Leyla and Mecnun

Alexander the Great

Jamshid – Dahhaq

Vamik and Azra

Darius

Afrasiyap

Fagfur

A Warning

The Ones Being Wrapped in the Sail

 

3rd TABLET          CONCERNING PSEUDONYMS

The Pseudonym “Nef’i”

The Pseudonym “Fuzuli”

The Pseudonym “Baki”

Sheikh “Galib”

Ahmed Pasha

Sheikh-ul-Islam Yahya Efendi

Hayali

The Pseudonym “Nabi”

The Pseudonym “Haleti”

The Pseudonym “Nedim”

Cadi Burhaneddin

Seyhi

Necati

Zati

The Pseudonym “Nev’i”

The Pseudonym “Nesati”

Sabit

 

4th TABLET        FOUR UNIQUE ONES (LEADING EXAMPLES)

Nef’i

Der Na’t-i Seyyid-i Kainat

Nef’i’s Artistic Style

Within the Framework of the Three Couplets

Der Medh-i Hazret-i Mevlana

By Means of His Works

Fuzuli

Kaside Der Na’t-i Hazret-i Nebevi

Quatrain

Ghazel

Baki

Sheikh Galib

 

5th TABLET         GREAT POETS

Ahmed Pasha

Sheikh-ul-Islam Yahya Efendi

Heart and Kaaba

Hayali

Nabi (Yusuf)

Haleti

Nedim

 

6th TABLET          ANTHOLOGY

Kadi Burhaneddin

About Kelile and Dimne

Seyhi

Munasebet-i Hikayet

Necati

Hayreti

Zati

Nev’i

Nail-i Kadim

Nesati

Ahmed Hani

Zin is calling out to the Candle

Mem is calling out to the Tigris

Sabit

Ragib Mehmed Pasha

Lady Fitnat

Mehmet Esrar Dede

Sururi

Sheikh-ul-Islam Arif Hikmet Bey

 

7th TABLET          POET SULTANS

President and Poetry

Poet Sultans

Murad II

Mehmed “Fatih” the Conqueror

Bayezid II

Selim Khan I

Suleyman the Magnificient

Selim II

Last Word

 

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