ALISHER NAVAI’S VIEWS REGARDING TO LINGUOCULTUROLOGY

Khalmanova Zulkhumar Turdievna

Abstract


The article deals with the classical sources of the language theory and linguistics as well as the remarks of Alisher Navoi about the universe, nature and society, social relations, linguistic situations, the human world, the inner world, the spirit. Alisher Navoi's linguistic views include the focus on language and speech, language and thinking, language and culture, speech, speech culture, and the art of oral arts, and the great thinker's language and speech ideas are in contrast to the nature phenomena, is emphasized. It was noted that Navoi was one of the first to distinguish between language and speech phenomena, understand the essence of the language as a general phenomenon, and distinguish each person's speech. In the book "Discussion of glossary" it was noted that modern linguistics has made important information about linguoculturology, the language and culture is scientifically illuminated, and Alisher Navoi has been one of the first in question. Explaining the view of the great thinker of the world, his thoughts on the mentality, that is, the specifics of the national character, that is, the stereotypes. Alisher Navoi is the first researcher in linguistics of turkology.

Keywords:  national-cultural heritage, language, speech, linguoculturology, stereotype, turkology.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i5.1921

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i5.1921.g2353

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