The roles imposed on women by societies affect their abilities and the acquisition of skills. In many cultures, the primary role of the woman is to raise children.
Is it possible to understand everything at once? Isn’t it almost always hard to figure out the moves of two regular chess players, let alone the impossibility of understanding the moves of the masters?…
Understanding that you are of the same nationality as the gas station worker from a hundred meters away in foreign lands… Hoping that violoncello would crop up the memories while being plunged in thoughts with effect of the sound of a ney.
This time, I would like to write with the responsibility of a psychiatrist, a teacher, a father and a citizen. I am going to present my opinions about the current situation in our country and wish to give way to brighter ideas.
I’m writing this article as the assistant editor of “Clinical EEG and Neuroscience”, a significant journal of its own field that is committed to electrophysiology to express my gratitude to those putting their efforts in this matter.
When I first heard of computers I was in the second year of secondary school. It was around 1974… Mustafa Tigrek mentioned it. His older brother was a student at ODTÜ University. He showed me some punctured square pieces of paper and explained their relationship to computers.
You say you are amazed at how much fits into one lifetime, but at the same time you get lost in dreams that do not fit into one lifetime. You arrive at the point where you say: Everything already exists in this world but at the same time there is nothing.
The main aim of an education system is to explain the facts that lie behind events, to understand them and then to communicate them… this is the basis for basic education, undergraduate and post graduate education…
Where are those history tutors whose names I engraved on my mind although I always faltered when it came to history…
He was so young that he did not even have a moustache yet. One day Atilla and I were walking together, he in front and I behind. We stopped at a path which was only wide enough for goats to pass. Atilla was a village kid. He knew all the paths. He stepped on the root of a pine tree and jumped to the other side. I could neither proceed nor turn back.
He was one of the highest souls I had met, someone I was proud to know. He had a post, he was a Sheikh. So was his father. What Gül Baba was in Budapest and what many other adorers of God were in the East and West, he was that for the town of Elazığ.
We should pay attention to new developments. We should have a look at them. Even if they raze to the ground what we knew until then, we should bravely talk to friends and to those who are informed and should try to understand it before we believe in it. And of course we should not jump at anything that is called new but first be sure that we have understood it before we believe in it.