Born and raised in İskenderun, Turkey, I completed my graduation from the Department of Philosophy at Bilkent University in the capital of Turkey (Ankara). I then pursued my master degree at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, and I have been working as a research assistant at the same university since 2013. My research focuses primarily on issues in contemporary naturalism and on the nature of the apparent distinctions between analytical and continental philosophy. My motto is to understand the mind, for which we must follow the brain and behavioral sciences. I also have a keen interest in the nature and origin of the alleged differences among philosophical traditions such as pragmatism, continental philosophy, postmodernism, analytical philosophy, and naturalism. I have a particular interest in Quine, Churchland, and Kuhn. I believe that philosophy should be allied with sciences in the broadest possible sense.
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