Incomplete Categories and Peripheries of Thought: Where is Philosophy From?

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Some time since I moved to the United States, my home country, Turkey, shifted its geographic location, and so did my relation to the geographies of philosophy. The country as a whole moved from being a periphery of “Europe” to the periphery of “The Middle East.” In the meantime, I moved from being a not-quite […]

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