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Accepted Paper:

IDENTIFYING THE ESSENTIAL POTENTIAL OF THE MAHAYANA WORLDVIEW IN CENTRAL ASIA  
Elmira Lazarenko (Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University)

Abstract:

The article is devoted to the actual question of scientific practicality of the methods of philosophical comparativism in the study of the Mahayana Buddhist worldview in the context of the socio-cultural space of Central Asia.

In the study of this socio-cultural region the problem of conceptual substantiation of philosophical comparativism arises. When studying the subject of the study - Mahayana worldview in Central Asia.

Be presented the results of an online Focus group where scientists and students from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Singapore, the United States of America and Kyrgyzstan participated.

The paper attempts to answer these questions and offers conclusions.

What are the basic principles of the Mahayana worldview?

What is the value of the essence potential (core point) of the Mahayana worldview?

What are the tools of the Mahayana worldview that can be used in various spheres of contemporary life in Central ASia?

The study uses the methods of civilizational and comparative approaches in Philosophy

Panel REL02
The Religions of Central Asia: Past, Present, and Future
  Session 1 Saturday 8 June, 2024, -