Re: [OPE-L] Dogan Goecmen

From: Dogan Goecmen (Dogangoecmen@AOL.COM)
Date: Sun Oct 15 2006 - 09:19:21 EDT

Hi Everybody,
I thank you very much for including me in the list. To easy our life I  spell 
my name as Dogan Gocmen. I wish all of us exciting discussions and  exchange 
of ideas. A better world and life is possible!
In einer eMail vom 15.10.2006 14:32:11 Westeuropäische Sommerzeit schreibt  

Dogan  Goecmen <> is the latest addition to
OPE-L.   The following is an edited version of some information he
provided as  background for this post.

Dogan Goecmen (NB: his name can't really be  spelled correctly, or at least
easily, using my keyboard)is originally from  Turkey. He has lived for the
last  25  years in Germany. The last  10 years he spent in the UK studying
the Scottish Enlightenment. He has  studied philosophy, social economy and
politics in Hamburg and Edinburgh.  Recently he completed his PhD
dissertation at the University of Edinburgh  on Adam Smith's ethics and
political economy, which will be published soon  by I. B. Tauris
(London/New York).

Currently he is unemployed and  looking for a lecturer post in the history
of the theories of political  economy, epistemology, moral and political
philosophy and/or in the history  of political thought. He is interested in
Hegelian dialectic, Smithian  sympathy ethic and Marxian political economy
and philosophy. He has  published various papers in different languages on
utopian socialists,  Marx, Marxism, the concept of labour, the theory of
international  relations, Rosa Luxemburg and Hegelian dialectic, and on
Adam Smith's  epistemology. Currently he works on the reception of Hegelian
dialectic by  Proudhon and Marx, the debates on Kantian and Hegelian
philosophy at the  beginning of the 20th century, liberalism and world
poverty and commodity  theory of knowledge. His main focus in all these is
the concept of the  self.

Dogan: welcome aboard!

In solidarity,  Jerry

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