Graduate Students

Bensu Arican Bensu Arıcan

Bensu received her BA in philosophy from Middle East Technical University. Her main research interests are the philosophy of emotions and the philosophy of consciousness. Her thesis topic is ‘Are Conscious Emotions a Natural Kind?’. She is also interested in transhumanism.

Email: bensu.arican@bilkent.edu.tr
RoomH-129B

gizemcamlica Gizem Çamlıca

Gizem entered the MA program in Spring 2017 after completing a BA degree at Bilkent University in the department of English Language and Literature. Her philosophical interests are cognitive liberty and philosophy of mind.

Emailgizem.camlica@bilkent.edu.tr
RoomH-231A

Mert Civelek Mert Civelek

Mert received his BA in Economics from Bilkent University in 2016. His primary research interest is political philosophy, especially theories of democracy and political obligation.

Email: mert.civelek@bilkent.edu.tr
Room: A-231A

Kerem Eroğlu Kerem Eroğlu

Kerem graduated from the Department of Philosophy at Middle East Technical University. His main research interest is the nature of propositional attitudes, an area at the intersection of philosophy of language, mind, and epistemology. See his article ‘Disentangled Externalisms‘ in the journal Aporia.

Email: kerem.eroglu@bilkent.edu.tr
RoomA-231A

Zach Gudmunsen Zach Gudmunsen

Zach joined the M.A. program at Bilkent University after completing a B.A. in philosophy at the University of Liverpool. His primary interests are artificial agents, ethics, metaethics, and superintelligence, with limited epistemology and metaphysics.

Email: zacharus@bilkent.edu.tr
Room: H-337A

Gızem Kavaş Gizem Kavas

Gizem received a BA in Political Science with a minor in Philosophy from Bilkent University. Her primary interests are in formal epistemology, philosophy of probability, logic, and metaethics.

Email: kavasgizem@bilkent.edu.tr
Webhttp://kavasgizem.bilkent.edu.tr
Room: H-337A

Sena Yalçın Sena Yalçın

Sena started the MA program in Fall 2016 after completing her BA in International Relations at Bilkent University. Her primary area of research is moral and political philosophy, with a particular emphasis on epistemic injustice.

Email: sena.yalcin@bilkent.edu.tr
RoomH-129B