To take out the man in the white coat from gogol's coat - Object's subject simulacra [Gogol'ün 'Palto'sundan 'Beyaz Mantolu Adam'ı Çıkarabilmek -Nesne'nin Özne Simülakra'sı-]
Attempts of the object to take over the subject consist of giving the answers it desires, pretending to believe it, and dragging it to its own side. The subject becomes a victim of the object that it cannot escape. This situation is more clearly observed when viewed in today's social networks. The most obvious feature of simulation is that it consists of models that replace reality, including even the most insignificant phenomena. Dostoevsky, who provides a way out to the subject in the simulation world with his characters, tries to stop “coat” being an object and replace it by Cosmos, by saying “we all came out of Gogol's coat” in the production-consumption Paradox. In Gogol's coat, the object attempts to capture the subject and continues without cutting off its will and dynamism, and eventually replaces Cosmos. Gogol's “Coat”, is not only a self-contained universe but also a monad that he left to the simulators world generate “The Man in a White Coat”. This work is an attempt to realize the subject (The Man in a White Coat) simulacra of the object (Coat) as an attempt of Gogol's Coat to take out from Oguz Atay's The Man in a White Coat and to discover the cosmos in the Subject-Object partnership (Peter Schlemihl). © 2018 Cyprus International University. All Rights Reserved.