Art and Psychiatry

Climate Change, Human and Social Justice

“Climate”, as a geographical term, is defined by the Turkish Language Association as follows: “The state that is based on the average impacts of many years, which occur depending on weather conditions in any place of the earth”.

Human and Nature Relationship:  An Opponent or a Part?

The history of the relationship between human and nature is a relationship that is as deep-rooted and old as the history itself. Humans are compulsorily born into nature. The question of how this relationship is going to be now seems to be of even more importance than ever for all of us.

Nesin Villages and a Unique Style of Education

Since 2007, the Nesin Mathematics Village has been present with a unique functioning and rationale in Şirince neighborhood of Selçuk district of Izmir province.  This was the first name of the village.  Then, this place changed its name into “Nesin Villages” with the addition of the Philosophy and Art villages.

What Does the Language Build? On Language and Communal Life

We are living among the realities built on humanitarian and communal planes. This field includes money, companies, all institutions, possession, social classes, marriage/divorce, races, genders, works, artworks, language and law, all of which are social realities built by humans.

Life as a total of our choices

One of the fundamental questions in the history of thought is whether we, the humans, or the things/structures that are at bigger and invincible levels are the essential determinant of our choices. This is called a “freewill problem” or “determinism problem” in short. Let’s try to have a closer look at this situation which we frequently encounter both in our daily lives and ideal adventures.

Language and Thought:  A State of Being Twins

Manifestation and outbound expression of a thought come in sight over the language.  Language and thought: Plus, it would not be correct to establish a linear relationship of sequence between these two concepts.  Because they are virtually an integrated form of one another.