This work is the product of a long-term, meticulous and detailed study. It aimed to be different from its counterparts in Turkish philosophy literature in many aspects. With a total of fourteen chapters written by twelve authors, it encompasses almost all of the main problems in different fields of philosophy. The work not only deals with the problems in their context within the history of philosophy, but also interprets them from a contemporary perspective. There are three features that make the work stand out and make it exceptional:
First, it focuses on the very philosophical problems it deals with it examines the problems with an argumentative and dialectical method: First, it presents the reasoning that reveals the problems, then the views and theories for the solution of the problems, then the reasons and arguments that support these views and theories, and then the counter-arguments against the views and theories under the heading of criticism. Thus, the work does not describe a sub-field of philosophy with the views of philosophers, but actively follows the traces of the problems that built that field and brings it to the present day.
Secondly, we can say that this work has not received any share from the sad fate of the content and method disorganization of the edition books. Although the fourteen chapters were written by twelve different authors, the content of all chapters; has the same logical organization, parallel flow of thought, similar subject handling, and equivalent use of concepts and terms. The work has both the collective richness produced by twelve different minds and a systematic integrity as if produced by a single mind.
Third, as far as we know, the visual richness of this work has no analogues in the related philosophical literature. This work in your hand presents nearly three hundred images with a philosophical content that is both informative and questioning by associating them with the subject.