Benjamin ve Badiou'da Sanat ve Politika İlişkisi
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This study aims to explain Benjamin and Badiou's ideas on the relationship between art and politics by placing the concept of truth in the central position. In order to establish a historical background in the first part of the study, in order to show the relationship in question, the relationship between art and truth is discussed under different political conditions; the views of the German Romantics, Hegel, Marxism, Lukács, Nietzsche and Heidegger will be presented. In the second part, Benjamin's views on the relationship between art and politics will be explained within the framework of the concepts of Aura, history, allegory, and dialectical image. In the third chapter, Badiou's ideas on the relationship between art and politics are discussed in the perspective of a new truth, a new aesthetic thought; will be presented within the framework of the concepts of being, event, justice and democracy. Thus, it will be explained what problems the relationship between art and politics points to in the philosophy of both Benjamin and Badiou, how the concept of truth takes place in these problems, and how both philosophers find solutions to these problems.