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International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, v11 n10 p3690-3699 2016

In the development of spiritual and cultural heritage, the Kazakh renaissance, which began with the implementation of the "Cultural heritage" national project, has exposed the problems of self-identity, uniqueness, national and global relations. One reason is misunderstanding of nomadism as a kind of "anti-civilization", an embodiment of the destruction and ignorance forces. The aim of the article is to analyze the development of the Kazakh philosophy and its communication with the global philosophical knowledge. In the article, the Kazakh philosophy is regarded as a spiritual quintessence of nomadic culture with its characteristic type of ontology and anthropology. The whole problem of tolerance is built around the phenomenon of understanding and acceptance, the achievement of which requires personal dialogue. The Kazakh philosophy, by reconstructing the rich philosophical heritage of the Kazakh people, due to the free world philosophical hermeneutics heritage, determined the new opportunities and future directions of research. These include the philosophy of mutual understanding, the modern Turkic philosophy, planetary ethics, Islam phenomenology, Nomadic epistemology, the philosophy of Tengrianism, the Neofarabi studies, Kazakhstani Eurasianism. The findings showed that the active development of the global and national cultural and philosophical heritage is an essential tool for the growth of national consciousness; it creates the prerequisites for the rise of a new form of philosophy, which connects the global and national philosophical experience.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cultural Awareness, Ideology, Philosophy, Intercultural Communication, Religion, Ethics, Epistemology, Global Approach, Hermeneutics

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Author: Sydykov, Yerlan B.; Nysanbaev, Abdumalik N.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=1457&id=EJ1114707



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