Political scientist (b. 1935, Gaziantep). He attended Dayı Ahmet Ağa Primary School and İstanbul First Primary School (1947) and graduated from İstanbul High School for Boys (1951) that he started at Galatasaray Lycee. Afterwards, he graduated from St. Georg Austrian Lycee (1956) anmd Istanbul Academy of Commercial Sciences (1960). He earned his PhD (1971) on Science of Politics at İstanbul University, Faculty of Economics with his thesis “ABD ve SSCB'nin Genç Ülkeler Siyaseti” (New Countries Policy of the USA and USSR). He worked as a teacher at various high schools in İstanbul and principal clerk of Minister of Industry as well as his self-employment since 1973. He has worked at a private company since 1969.
His first articles were published in the school newspaper Çağrı / Ruf in 1955. Later on, his articles were published in the reviews Babıalide Sabah, Millî Işık, Türk Edebiyatı ve Boğaziçi and weekly newspaper Gözlem and Zaman (1992). He wrote under the pseudonym Celal Bozkurt E in his various articles and books. He won the 1978 Historical Heritage Protection Foundation Encouragement Award for thought with his book Kemalizm, Marksizm ve Ecevit (Kemalism, Marxism and Ecevit). He is a member of İstanbul Intellectuals Guild, Turkish Literature Foundation, Galatasaray Sport Club and Foundation of Service to the Turkish Culture.
Siyaset Tarihimizde CHP (Republican People’s Party, 1968), Asgari Ücretler ve Türkiye'deki Durum (Minimum Wages and The Situation in Turkey, 1969), İşveren İşçi Karşısındaki Ödevleri (Tasks of Employer for Workers, 1970), İşletmelerde Prodüktivite Unsuru Olarak Ücret (Wage as an Element of Productivity in Business, brochure, 1971), Amerikan-Rus Emperyalizmi (American- Russian Imperialism, 1974), Kemalizm, Marksizm ve Ecevit (Kemalism, Marxism and Ecevit, 1976), Kamu İktisadi Teşebbüsleri ve Halka Açılma (State Economic Enterprises and Going Public, 1983), Gönül ve Dostluk Üzerine (About Heart and Friendship, essay, 1995).