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A Turkophilia, Turkophile, or Turcophile, (Turkish: Türksever) is a person who has a strong positive predisposition or sympathy toward the government, culture, history, or people of Turkey.[1] This could include Turkey itself and its history, the Turkish language, Turkish cuisine, and literature, or in the broader sense, the Turkic peoples in general. The opposite of a Turkophile is a Turkophobe is a person who shows hostility, intolerance, or racism against Turkish or Turkic people, Turkish culture and Turkic countries.

Historically, Turkophilia (Turkish: Türkseverlik) has been associated with supporters of the history of the Ottoman Empire[2] and Seljuk Empire.

Notable Turkophiles

See also


  1. ^ a b "Lived Like a Turk, Painted Like a Turk: Jean-Étienne Liotard". Retrieved 22 February 2019.
  2. ^ Margarita Miliori (December 2002). "Ambiguous partisanships". Retrieved 22 February 2019.
  3. ^ Buruma, Ian (1998). Anglomania: A European Love Affair. Random House. p. 107. ISBN 0375502068. But Urquhart's Turkophilia went so far that even in London he ate Turkish food, bathed in Turkish baths, and lounged on Turkish sofas.
  4. ^ Geoffrey, Nash (2011). Travellers to the Middle East from Burckhardt to Thesiger: An Anthology. Anthem Press. p. xiv. ISBN 978-0857283931. In the case of David Urquhart, who went to fight for the Greeks but stayed on to help establish the post-war boundaries, it helped turn a Philhellene into a Turkophile.
  5. ^ Hostler, Charles Warren (1993). The Turks of Central Asia. University of Michigan. p. 112. ISBN 0275939316. The famous Hungarian Turkologist and Turkophile, Arminius Vambery (1832-1913), embarked on adventurous travels in Russian Central Asia and in Persia and later acquainted his Turkish friends with their Central Asian relatives through his books and lectures.
  6. ^ Böer, Ingeborg; Haerkötter, Ruth; Kappert, Petra (2002). Türken in Berlin 1871-1945: eine Metropole in den Erinnerungen osmanischer und türkischer Zeitzeugen (in German). Walter de Gruyter. p. 107. ISBN 3110174650. Auf Betreiben des turkophilen Journalisten Dr. Ernst Jäckh...
  7. ^ Todorov, Tzvetan (1994). On human diversity: nationalism, racism, and exoticism in French thought. Harvard University Press. p. 308. ISBN 9780674634398. And just as Chateaubriand was a Turkophobe, Loti is as much a Turkophile; the writer even becomes one of the chief...
  8. ^ Kappler, Matthias (2006). Intercultural Aspects in and Around Turkic Literatures: Proceedings of the International Conference Held on October 11th-12th, 2003 in Nicosia. Otto Harrassowitz Verlag. p. 170. ISBN 3447052856. It should also be mentioned that although he was a definite Turkophile, he was always admired and valued in nationalistic circles.
  9. ^ Dugin, Alexander (2014). Eurasian Mission: An Introduction to Neo-Eurasianism. Arktos. p. 21. ISBN 978-1910524244. He also developed a Turkophile attitude in the theory of "ethnic complementarity".
  10. ^ Chen 2010, p. 44

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