Reflection of the “Law of unity and struggle of opposites” in the dialectic of Jalаliddin Rumi
Ashurova Marhabo Sayfulloevna
This article, based on the "Law of Unity and Struggle," analyzes the basis of the dialectic of Jalaliddin Rumi and other aspects of dialectics through the concept of "conflict." Based on the article, a comparative analysis of the Rumi dialectics with Western dialectics is taken. These conclusions are analyzed in parallel with modern philosophical dialectics. The article is important for covering the interaction of different comments in Western and Eastern philosophy. The main conclusions in this article are that in philosophy, in the views of Rumi, the dialectic of the connection between the spirit and the mind of man is obvious.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 8
Keywords: Dialectics (universal connection), conflict (the relation of internal differences), the law of struggle and the unity of contradictions (internal and external contradictions of the attributes of individual objects), the divine spirit (the form of an absolute idea), agnosticism (objective and subjective agnostic views), heuristics (simplicity of explanation of things) ), maeutics (extracting the truth), objective idealism (dialectics of the existence of the Absolute), differences (properties of conflict within something), “thing in itself” (limited knowledge of a person), antinomies (elements of denial and contradiction concepts), Absolute spirit (divine spirit), self-knowledge (understand oneself), evolutionary development (gradual development), ascetic (pilgrim), criticism of pure reason (basic understanding of Kant's mind), basis of action (internal conflict), qualitative changes ( transition of quantitative changes in quality), the basis of the world (movement).