Nature is an entirety of ecosystems, and humans, also including their inner nature, belong to this entirety... Thus, each of their attempts will also affect themselves.

Most Recent Academic Publications 

Dedeoglu, C. (2020). “Hey Siri: Do you believe in god?” A posthuman exposé of belief bias in AI programming. In W.H.U. Anderson (Ed.), Technology and theology (pp. 77-90). Vernon Books.

Dedeoglu, C. (2020). Guvenligin ontolojisi ve ekolojik guvenlik (The ontology of security and ecological security [in Turkish]). In N. Algan, D. Ozel Demiralp, & F.S. Cortoglu (Eds.), Global ecological security / Kuresel ekolojik guvenlik uluslararasi sempozyum (pp. 201-232). ISBN: 978-605-136-485-8, Ankara Universitesi Yayinlari.

Dedeoglu, C. (2020). The modern is not secular: Mapping the idea of secularism in the works of Steve Bruce, Charles Taylor, and Talal Asad. In S. Unsar and O. Unal Eris (Eds.), Revisiting secularism in theory and practice: Genealogy and cases (pp. 105-125). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37456-3_5

Most Recent Public Writing

Dedeoglu, C. February 19, 2020. Hayrettin Karaca'dan Bir Not (A Note from Hayrettin Karaca [in Turkish]). cagdasdedeoglu.com

Dedeoglu, C. April 5, 2019. Bill McKibben’ın Toronto Konuşmasının Ardından: Birey Olmanın Dayanılmaz Hafifliği (After Bill McKibben’s Toronto Talk: Unbearable Lightness of Being Individual [in Turkish]). Yeşil Gazete

Dedeoglu, C. March 30, 2019. Radikalliğin Geçmişi, Bugünü ve Geleceği: Jonathan Israel’in Kitabı Üzerinden Birkaç Söz (The Past, Present, and Future of Radicalism: A Few Words Through Jonathan Israel’s Book [in Turkish]). Yeşil Gazete

A full list of the publications is here.

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