Please, list the bibliography which are cited in your work, at the end of the paper.
Çüçen, A. K. (2000) Heidegger’de Varlık ve Zaman, Bursa: Asa Kitabevi.
Goldman, A. I. (1999) Knowledge in a Social World, New York: Clarendon Press.
Eagleton, T. (2004) Kuramdan Sonra, trans. Uygar Abacı, İstanbul: Literatür Yayınları.
for the cited articles published individually in a magazin
Keskin, F. (2005) “Çağdaş Marksizmde Adalet Tartışmaları,” Felsefe Tartışmaları, edit. nr: 34, p. 1-27.
Gettier, E. (1963) “Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?”, Analysis, nr: 23, s. 121-123.
for the articles in books which consist of collective works
Fine, A. (1996) “The Natural Ontological Attitude,” in The Philosophy of Science, ed. D. Papineau, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Should any of the authors with more than one work published in the same year, be mentioned in the bibliography, edition year of different works must be shown as follows: Quine (1972a), Quine (1972b, p. 71).
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Notably, A. White (1976), R. Stone (1988) ve B. Wood (1996) came up with important ideas on this issue. According to White, when establishing a metaphysical theory is in question, it is impossible to exclude entirely the Kantian idea of noumenon (1976, s. 53). Certainly, there are opposers of this idea, as well as many supporters of it which can not be underestimated. It is possible to sum up the common ground of the opposers as follows: “Noumena, in principle, accepted as something which can not be cognized or speculated over, becomes an unattractive topic as much as philosophical inquiry is concerned.” (Burns 2003a, s.194)
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