Mediations: M-I-C K-E-Y S-A-'-U-D

Al Miskin
1997 Middle East Report  
mutlak doğrunun temsilcisi olarak görme sonucu ortaya çıkan düalizm, "sekülerist" veya "dinci" cemaatlerde net biçimde görülür. Gülen Hareketinin inanç sistemi çerçevesindeki cemaat, bu çalışmada kastedilen radikalizmin Türkiye'deki en çarpıcı örneklerindendir. Bu çalışmada Gülenist hareketin "dinci" tekelleşmesini sağlayan teolojik felsefe, zihniyet dünyası ve hareket tarzı analiz edilmiştir. Gülen Hareketi üzerinden, dinci radikalizm; tektipleştirici ve dogmatik yönleriyle incelenmiştir.
more » ... incelenmiştir. Hareketin kendi "öz"ü üzerinden kendi dışındaki düşünce ve akımları nasıl "ötekileştirip" tekelci bir radikalizm üretebildiğinin arka plan unsurları açığa çıkarılmaya çalışılmıştır. ABSTRACT Radicalism, which aims to fundamentally change the social and political order, is conceptualized as "cultural monopolism" and evaluated as an ethnocentric discourse and code of behavior in this study. Monopolism may be "religious" as well as "secularist". In both, a radical thought or group believes that only they themselves represent the truth, and that their own thought is good, right or in the right direction; while other's is bad, wrong and heretical. Religious or secularist radicalism creates the dualism of "we-others", "good-bad", "believer-infidel" and "progressive-reactionary" by blessing and dogmatizing certain values that it choosed in accordance with its own philosophy. In radicalism, dualism which emerges as a result of see itself as the representative of absolute truth, is clearly seen in "secularist" or "religious" congregations. The congregation that emerged within the framework of the Gulen Movement's belief system, is one of the most striking examples of radicalism in Turkey which we point out in this study in Turkey. This study analyzes the theological philosophy, the world of mentality and the style of movement that have enabled the "religious" monopolization of the Gulenist movement. Religious radicalism is analyzed with a focus on its uniforming and dogmatic aspects through the Gulen movement. In this context, we try to reveal the background elements of how this movement can "marginalize" external thoughts, and currents, and, produce a monopolistic radicalism through "its esence".
doi:10.2307/3013147 fatcat:bqzaaag24rclzhmngjtmal67re