The Manifestation of Constructive Scientific Thinking in Hadiths

1Sultanova Gulnoza Sabirovna


This article describes the scientific progress of the Muslim East, its contribution to world civilization, the philosophy of Islamic philosophy, the rich spiritual heritage of our people and the socialization of scientific thinking in Hadith. Especially in the traditions of al-Bukhari, philosophical reflections on the way of scientific thinking, a call for knowledge, a reward for science and a level of science are mentioned. In particular, the Hadiths said: “Worship is better than worship”, “Knowledge is true for every believer and Muslim” in the Islamic world. Imam Bukhari, not only as an expert on Hadith, but also as a great scholar, gave valuable information about people and the spiritual and moral world. He is a good person, educating himself in the process of life, recognizing himself and respecting himself, allowing him to explore himself as an exalted, perfect person. Imam al-Bukhari can also be considered a lesson regarding respect for science, respect and esteem. This is a demonstration of self-respect and science and respect for science. Moreover, the expression “science does not go to science” refers to the essence of the self-knowledge of man and the universe, the path of scientific thought. Thus, Islamic philosophy and Hadith provide an objective assessment of the social significance of science. As a logical continuation of Islamic philosophy, Hadith argues that the formation of human qualities, which essentially create moral qualities, moral perfection, spiritual and physical purification, creates ideological immunity in the process of globalization. It is especially important to emphasize that the holy Islamic religion as a “moral code” of the Hadith is a vital spiritual weapon in the fight against religious propaganda, ignorance and popular culture.


Independence, Style of Thinking, Constructiveness, Innovation, Inheritance, Scientific Style of Thinking, Objectivity, Reflective Analysis, Science, Hadith, Science.

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