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Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

Abstract

The article discusses the research methodology of Uzbek language syntax and its problems. Linguistics is inextricably linked with sciences such as philosophy, logic, and political science, and the relationship between language and thought has been one of the main issues of both linguistics and philosophy. Even when language and thought are taken separately, they become the object of study of linguistics and philosophy. Thinking and ideology are interdependent phenomena that require each other. This is also based on the fact that their terms are etymologically related. When it comes to the commonality of language and thought, their interconnectedness requires that they be in contact with the concept of ideology at the same time.

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369

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379

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