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Son Dönem Bir Osmanlı Düşünürü: Harputlu İshak Efendi'nin Din Felsefesinin Bazı Meselelerine Yaklaşımı ve Felsefecilere Karşı Tutumu

What was the point of view of the Ottoman thinkers or scholars in general to philosophy and in particular to subjects of the philosophy of religion and to philosophers? In Ottoman, what was the existence and level of philosophy according to the other sciences? These kinds of questions have been freq... Full description

Journal Title: Cumhuriyet Ilahiyat Dergisi Jun 2016, Vol.20(1), pp.203-224
Main Author: Akgün, Tuncay
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title: Son Dönem Bir Osmanlı Düşünürü: Harputlu İshak Efendi'nin Din Felsefesinin Bazı Meselelerine Yaklaşımı ve Felsefecilere Karşı Tutumu
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