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Wer eine substitute zum Kapitalismus will, den hat etwas gestört. Ausgangspunkt der Frage nach der substitute zum Kapitalismus ist eine Kritik am Kapitalismus, das heißt eine richtige oder falsche Erklärung des Kapitalismus. In der Naturwissenschaft wie im praktischen Leben weiß jeder, dass die Erklärung des Gegenstandes die Grundlage für seine Beherrschung ist.
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11. Introduction 27 why it is important to study Ağaoğlu’s liberalism and when referring to the existence of misinterpretations. But there are still a few points that should be made here about the existing literature, as this is the only means by which I can pay my debt to this material, from which I have benefited vastly. 1 Ağaoğlu in Literature With the rise of the liberal Motherland Party in the 1980s and the neoliberal transformation in the following decades, liberalism has become an object of enormous scholarly attention in Turkey.
Ağaoğlu Ə. Tərcümeyi-hali-acizanəm. amea-nın M. 21. , p. 67. , p. 69. “It was the fourth year. I still hadn’t managed to master Fuzuli’s Leyla and Mecnun. When it came to Gülistan and Bostan, the teacher would still read out a segment each day, explain its meaning and then I would read it, sounding it out, after him… However, I mastered Russian writing in three months. I was already able to read any type of book which was put into my hands. Then too, those Russian books were so appealing; they were all diagrams and illustrations and oh so strange stories and tales…while the others were a bone dry set of things that rattled around in my brain.
17 In pursuit of this goal, when Ağaoğlu was six, he began to receive private Arabic and Persian lessons from an ahund (Islamic teacher). 18 Thus, his educational life began according to his uncle’s expectations. However, Ağaoğlu’s mother was discontented with the type of education he was receiving and was unhappy with the boy’s future as envisioned by the uncle. Taze Hanım despised the ahunds’ lifestyle, but not because she was secular. Rather, as Ağaoğlu notes, she was a religious woman, but her pursuit of religion 12 Ağaoğlu, “Altmış Yedi Yıl Sonra,” in Babamdan Hatıralar, ed.
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