The Light of Islam


It is no secret that in recent еars the effectiveness of research in our country devoted to the study of social processes remains low. It is worth noting that many factors influence this. On the one hand, the active interaction of the international community and the waves of globalization go ahead than the development of diagnostic findings and the implementation of preventive measures in social research, and on the other hand, current studies lack clear scientific approaches and paradigms. Except for the requirement of a specific approach of the Higher Attestation Commission under the CM of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the scientific community (in most cases, even in its environment) did not come to a general scientific decision about certain paradigms. For this reason, substantial social studies characterizing the reality and developing appropriate effective measures are hardly noticed. This position is argued in the active journalistic activities of bloggers, rather than the academic community.

It is necessary to philosophical and conceptual analysis of “culture” in order to search for scientific solutions to existing problems, to provide a deeper understanding of social processes, and their organization in the direction of cultural development. This article is aimed at identifying deterministic relationships between different approaches to the concept of “culture” and, therefore, at developing a modern meritological paradigm for cultural development.