Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : spirituality


The Study Of Shukur Khalmirzayev’s Life And Works

Sayyora Khalmirzayeva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1019-1023

This article presents a systematic analysis of the study of life and work of ShukurKhalmirzayev, the outstanding representative of Uzbek literature of the XX century with honorary title of “People’s writer”. In fact, since he was a multifaceted writer, the article reveals his contribution to the development of various genres of prose - novel, short story, novel, essay, as well as drama and journalism. It is pointed out that ShukurKhalmirzayev created a new school in the genre of story in Uzbek national literature. He was emphasized as the owner of a rare talent as a result of a consistent analysis, study of the stages of formation of the writer’s work, his contribution to domestic and world literature.

Religion and Spirituality: An Imperceptible Quandary

Rohini Dabgotra

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2312-2330

The term Religion and Spirituality are to be sure proportional of neither one another, however neither they are unfavourably inverse nor the equivalent. Religion and Spirituality are two untethered facts of uncanny reality. Religion is set of creeds, confidence, and ceremonies laid or established on supernaturally mediating belief systems (at any rate that is what is assumed by adherents) which gather devotees into a strict network maybe continuing a moral and good exchange with Spirituality. The term Spirituality exclusively bears no weight; in any case, it flourishes deliberately on pieces and pulsates of religion on a mundane scale. Methodologically this paper depends on non-empirical investigation, different writing have been skimmed and checked on. Accordingly an endeavour by the methods for this paper has been made to figure an investigation in the terms of Religion and Spirituality. In addition this article will assist with breaking down the sociological comprehension and will carry on to two isolated but intermingled terms Religion and Spirituality at this point.

AFTER THE GLOBAL CRISIS COVID 19 EXISTENTIAL POWER OF FEELING AS AN INALIENABLE RIGHT OF HUMAN LIFE

Rakhmat KARIMOV; Khurshid TOSHOV; Mukhayyo TULAGANOVA; Rauf BEKBAEV

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1607-1614

The article examines and analyzes the problem of the existential power of human
feelings, which can radically affect the sociocultural life of an individual. At the same time,
the right to life of the person himself, who is an existential, rational being, is his unique
achievement, coupled with the possession of individual feelings that qualitatively affect the
worldview and the life process of the individual. According to existential philosophy, the
explanation of the meaning of life is closely intertwined with society, the state, nature,
thereby defining the laws of the whole universe. However, for the person who thinks and
feels, the world emerges as a personal, living experience. The article shows that a person
not only appears, but also realizes himself as a unique part of our world. The dual nature
of man is considered. Communication, guilt, willpower - all these are special aspects in a
person’s life that can lead him to a feeling of true freedom. As a result, one of the
unequivocal conclusions is that feeling and only feeling can realize a real life in people.