TITLE

TÜRK KÜLTÜRÜNDE GELENEK BAĞLAMINDA "SIRRA ERME" VE "VECD" RİTÜELLERİNİN FENOMENOLOJİK DİYALEKTİĞİ

AUTHOR(S)
UĞURLU, Serdar
PUB. DATE
July 2012
SOURCE
Electronic Turkish Studies;Summer2012, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p2505
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Researchers must be considered carefully over the role of cultural factors as performing a study concerned with Turkish culture and historical development of Turkish culture. Because the traditional cultural elements regardless of whatever assets are able to maintain. Despite Turks had put into many religions and belief systems in the history process, cultural elements as gains of this ancient tradition were able to arrive until today. So today for all the cultural values which we have, we need to look at in this context. The concept of the tradition is just one of them. The Relations of concept of the tradition that established with the Turkish culture, had been tried to explaine with a phenomenological approach in our article. In the new culture, reflects of tradition as an acquisition of the old traditions had been evaluated by this perspective. In this study, the relationship between the old culture and new culture, described a variety of cultural symbols. Ecstatic with the secret expiration concepts, the concepts proposed in terms of this symbol. However, only not held due to the types of cultural concepts and symbols. With movement the old culture, focused on the many cultural elements that continues to experience around the new culture. The phenomenon is considered to be the concepts of this kind, was evaluated based on their roles in historical process. Purpose here is to understanding of the historical connection between the old culture and new culture. Thus, despite the destructiveness of the new culture is seen that the old culture still continue to live. The force that keeps alive the old culture is the traditional folk culture. The study focused on the power of intuition based on the traditional folk culture.
ACCESSION #
86275881

 

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