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KÜRESELLEŞME KAVRAMLAŞTIRMASINDA MEDENİYET VE EVRENSEL TARİH

CIVILIZATION AND UNIVERSAL HISTORY IN CONCEPTUALIZING GLOBALIZATION

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This paper investigates the question of whether civilization and universal history analyses can provide us with theoretical tools in conceptualizing the current process of globalization. To this end, referrence will be made to our understanding of civilization and universal history, with a further attempt to connect civilization and history analyses with analyses of globalization.
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Bu çalışma, halihazırdaki küreselleşme sürecinin kavramlaştırılmasında medeniyet ve evrensel tarih incelemelerinin bize kuramsal araçlar sunup sunamayağını sorgulamaktadır. Bu amaçla, medeniyet ve evrensel tarih anlayışları gözden geçirilecek, medeniyet ve tarih incelemeleriyle küreselleşme incelemeleri ilişkilendirilmeye çalışılacaktır.

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