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Editorial Board       p-ISSN 2308-4944 (print)       e-ISSN 2409-0085 (online)
SOI: 1.1/TAS         DOI: 10.15863/TAS

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ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science 04(72) 2019

Philadelphia, USA

* Scientific Article * Impact Factor 6.630

Sayfillaeva, D.

The history of ideological views that influenced the formation of the worldview of Abu Hamid Ghazali.

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Language: English

Citation: Sayfillaeva, D. (2019). The history of ideological views that influenced the formation of the worldview of Abu Hamid Ghazali. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 04 (72), 82-84. Soi: Doi:

Pages: 82-84

Published: 30.04.2019

Abstract: This article is devoted to the great thinker of the Muslim East Abu Hamid Ghazali, as well as the history of the formation of his ideological views. The thinker lived during the development of science and the decline of Islamic values in the eyes of believers, due to the large number of religious groups. It is not for nothing that he is also called “Muhyid-Din” - the reviver of religion, since he managed to adapt Islam to the requirements of his time, without introducing innovations into religion. Ghazali acknowledges the doctrine of the inconvenience and eternity of the Quran; moreover, he assures that the Quran, Taurat (Pentateuch), Injil (Gospel) and Zabur (Psalms of David) are the same book of God, communicated through the revelation to the messengers of God, existing eternally in substance of god. In shaping his ideological worldview, Ghazali adopted from the Sufis their love for God, his knowledge of him, as well as his ethical views, which were close to the interests of religion. Thanks to Ghazali, the Sufi doctrine ceased to contradict the Qur'an, the Sunnah, and the Shari'ah. In matters of social justice, kindness, moral and ethical values, in the classification of sciences Ghazali proceeded from the teachings of Sufi Abu Talib Mackey, which are expressed in the work of the thinker "Ihya ulum ad-din". Abu Hamid Ghazali was not a philosopher in the full sense of the word, but he found the answer to all his questions and worked out his laws for the development and progression of human society. His views and theories have gone through many centuries and proved their right to actuality and existence in our time.

Key words: excrement, Ashari, church, islam, mutazilits, Selidzhukids, xanbalits, Nizamiya, хaridjits, shiiti, sunna, ismailits.








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