Saladin, The Life Of A Legend

I am Saladin. When I'm not King, I quake for Islam. "Ask anyone in the Eastern Mediterranean to name their greatest hero of all time, the answer is without a pause is certainly Saladin." - John Man, The Life of Legend Salahaddin Eyyubi, popularly known in the West as Saladin, was a courageous and brilliant... Continue Reading →


Modern Man’s Problem

Is there anything more dangerous than dissatisfied and irresponsible human beings who don't know what they want? One of the most common incompetence of the today's world is lack of setting a life goal and working to achieve it. Many people lack of the understanding of how to do it, and do not seek the... Continue Reading →

The History of Terrorism: Zealots

This short paper explains the early Zealots from the perspective of terrorist typology as inspired by the great book of Reza Aslan's "Zealot: The Life and Time of Jesus of Nazareth". Zealots "bigoted"- one of the very first terrorist organizations of history who “practice systematic terror” was operated in first century Palestine. One particularly the... Continue Reading →

Time is flying, never to return. 

I always feel angry to share things about private life on social media which is completely none of others business. We should not give people the privilege of knowing everything about us. Just because it's not posted on the social media, doesn't mean it's not happening. I believe in quietly progress. But this time I've... Continue Reading →

The Nature&Nurture.

Nietzsche was expressing the thought that only the strongest were equipped to face the constant inner struggle that marks even our most "peaceful" moments.  The struggle is one of competing drives.  Morality and reason are influenced by and find their expression in the results of this conflict.  Realizing the magnitude of this inner struggle, Nietzsche... Continue Reading →


In my modest opinion politics is, as of today, one of the fastest growing approaches in social sciences and it is important to understand, explain and address the unsolved problems affecting many countries on  both a political and economic dimensions. Political scientists have been called to try and solve these great problems of world politics... Continue Reading →

Why do I love write?

It all began for therapeutic reasons. I'm one of those introverted people who simply feels a lot better after spending time alone thinking through ideas and emotions. This is a sign, I've come to think, of a kind of emotional disturbance – a reaction to inner fragility. I wish I were more able to just... Continue Reading →

Claus Offe’s Contribution to Marxist Theory

             Political economy and political sociology have always been very helpful in order to understand how state theories work in practice. Even though each subject is uniquely valuable to assess the different sides of the topic, both of them greatly concide in Offe's work.  In this essay, I will discuss both... Continue Reading →

The Alineation of Modern Man

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“It is not the consciousness of men that determines their being, but, on the contrary, their social being that determines their consciousness.” ― Karl Marx, A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy


Ok, I am not saying that I completely agree with Marxist theory from many aspects, but, I’ve been thinking over his alineation theory lately more than I do. I think his theory is quite relavant today where the specializing very rare and boring.

We are living, so we are told, through a paradoxial world. In other words, full of contradiction currently revealing among modern worlds issues. On the one hand, the endless sources of capitalism pumps so many alternatives in many ways and we never feel the absence of anything, but, on the contrary, economical and social aspects narrows everything in our life. Despite the huge sources of capital world, the rate of employment is rapidly rising…

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