Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The article examines the connection and similarities between Abu Hamid Ghazali and the father of Western philosophy, Descartes, as well as the influence o f the methodology of Ghazali's skepticism on the views o f modern Western philosophers. The role o f Ghazali's philosophical thinking in the formation o f the views o f the French scientist Descartes about rationality and irrationality, as well as the preconceived views o f some orientalists about the personality o f Ghazali are emphasized.

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