Klasik Osmanlı Düşüncesinde Doğa Fenomenleri
Kocabaş, Osman Süreyya
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In this study, it is examined how natural phenomena are understood, perceived and interpreted in classical Ottoman thought. The time frame of this study is between 14th century and 19th century, when the period of the Ottoman classical thought continued as the main exponent. Here, the phenomena are grouped in terms of their reasons for being. As the most important sources of the Ottoman thought, the views of Classical Islamic thought and of the Ancient Greek thought, especially of Aristotle's phenomena, were also mentioned basically and tried to determine their relevance to the Ottoman Empire. The aim of this study is to reveal the course of the Ottoman thought within the determined interval of time and on the axis of interpretation of the determined phenomena. For this reason, while preparing this dissertation, we tried to shed light on these phenomena by looking classical texts and the diversity of these texts was also emphasized. While analyzing Ottoman thought in this frame, it is desired to trace the influence of Aristotle and Classical Islamic thought on the Ottomans.