KAZAKH CULTURE IN THE CONTEXT OF ISLAM

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dc.contributor.author Tursun Gabitov
dc.contributor.author Saira Shamahay
dc.contributor.author Dinara Zhanabaeva
dc.contributor.author Zhuldyz Zhumashova
dc.date.accessioned 2012-12-27T20:23:40Z
dc.date.available 2012-12-27T20:23:40Z
dc.date.issued 2012-12-28
dc.identifier.uri http://repository.enu.kz/handle/123456789/4128
dc.description Unlike Christianity and Buddhism, Islam, being one of the three universal world religions, actively penetrates into people’s everyday life. The main reason for this is that in Islam the religion and ideology, philosophy, religious organizations and state bodies are closely interrelated. In order to analyze the state of being of interrelations of religion and civil society in Kazakhstan, it is necessary to study Islam and its relations with spiritual culture of the society. According to the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan the religion is separated from the state, i.e. each performs its own function without interfering into each other’s affairs. The right of the citizens of our republic to freedom of thinking and faith is based on the Constitution of the RK, Civil Code, Law “On freedom of faith and religious unions in the Republic of Kazakhstan”. Legislatively secured separation of the mosque and church from the state does not mean that religion has no influence on the latter. The state, consisting of citizens with their own beliefs, including religious ones, can not be isolated from the influence of religion. Nowadays it is commonly accepted that it is not possible to understand and forecast key social processes without taking into account the religious factor. en_US
dc.description.abstract Unlike Christianity and Buddhism, Islam, being one of the three universal world religions, actively penetrates into people’s everyday life. The main reason for this is that in Islam the religion and ideology, philosophy, religious organizations and state bodies are closely interrelated. In order to analyze the state of being of interrelations of religion and civil society in Kazakhstan, it is necessary to study Islam and its relations with spiritual culture of the society. According to the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan the religion is separated from the state, i.e. each performs its own function without interfering into each other’s affairs. The right of the citizens of our republic to freedom of thinking and faith is based on the Constitution of the RK, Civil Code, Law “On freedom of faith and religious unions in the Republic of Kazakhstan”. Legislatively secured separation of the mosque and church from the state does not mean that religion has no influence on the latter. The state, consisting of citizens with their own beliefs, including religious ones, can not be isolated from the influence of religion. Nowadays it is commonly accepted that it is not possible to understand and forecast key social processes without taking into account the religious factor. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Евразийский национальный университет имени Л.Н. Гумилева en_US
dc.subject Abrahamic religions en_US
dc.subject semiotic analysis of Kazakhstan Islam en_US
dc.subject Shamanism en_US
dc.subject tradition and innovation en_US
dc.subject fundamentalism en_US
dc.title KAZAKH CULTURE IN THE CONTEXT OF ISLAM en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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