A SOCIO-POLITICAL ESSAY ON THE CONCEPT OF THE DOMINANT NATION (MLLET- HAKME)

Abstract

Author(s): Adem PALABIYIK* Yunus KOÇ

This article discusses the socio-political assessments on the concept of "Millet-i Hakime ” that dominated the last period of the Ottoman Empire and how it is evaluated by the thinkers of the period of these reviews in the context of space and time. Accordingly, it is analyzed approaches the end of the Ottoman period in the Western world and how it is reflected of these approaches in the Muslim which ruled the nation of Ottoman Empire; in then extperiod, how the transition to Ottomanism discourse with the effect of the nation-state from the Muslim conception, so that after the declaration of these cond constitutional monarchy in 1908, following the abandonment of the understanding of Ottomanism, it is examined with the characteristics of term in which emphasis on Turkishness. In this context,it is considered approaches to the notion of "Millet-i Hakime ” of Ziya Gökalp, Ahmet Hamdi, Joseph Akçura, Niyazi Berkes, Namik Kemal, Hüseyin Cahit Yalç?n and Fuad Koprulu, who are the important sociological and political thinkers ,with different touches.

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