In this seminar, a Dicle Heydar from the Jineoloji Academy lays out the frame of jineoloji: the history, the basis, the perspective and the aim.
“In springtime, many many women draw their inspiration from the season. Why is this? What’s the reason? Because women have a connection with nature. Because women and nature can’t live without each other. We can start with the source of this in our history. A lot of things have been produced from nature, and experience […]
How do humans become human? When we think of human beings, we necessarily think of society, because sociability is their most essential characteristic. Society shapes humans and distinguishes them from other living beings. Society is built up through the relations that humans develop with one another and through the meaning these relationships gain. Principles of […]
“If the function of morality is to accomplish the best of the tasks regarding life, the function of the politics is to find out the best tasks.” (Öcalan) Jineolojî starts its research and analysis in the area of politics by dealing with the reality of a woman, who created society and has been the creator […]
If education is the transfer of the lived experiences and locally transmitted knowledge to new generations by the society, then the first teacher of the people is the nature. Nature created itself in the evolutionary development of the universe in millions of years. A person who has developed himself/herself during this process has drawn a […]
Jineolojî believes in “the wisdom and power of female human being” that Jeanne Achterberg expressed in her book called ‘Women as Healer’; “Immediately after the emergence of human beings, female human was considered as an extraordinary source of wisdom and power. It was her who can give a soul, save a soul; therefore, she was […]
Ecology is a new science that examines the destruction engendered by state civilisation based on dominating the nature, and the relation between the society and the nature. In the natural society, established around women, the bond between nature and the society was based on respecting the nature. This bond was destroyed with the state civilisation, […]