The paper is devoted to a very interesting period in the history of the formation of the English
national language, which took place in the 16th century known as the late Renaissance. The authors
present their point of view on such an aspect of the worldview of the epoch as the transformation
of the philosophy of understanding as a factor in the development of information culture of the era
when the worldview criteria of the language interpreter became especially important factor of
scientific thinking. This idea fully explains the direction of the formation of scientific, including
philosophical terminology of the research period.
Keywords: Renaissance, transformation, understanding philosophy, information culture,
concept, categories, worldview
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Information about the authors:
Shadmanov Kurban Badriddinovich (Bukhara, Uzbekistan) – Doctor of Philosophy,
Professor, Head of English Chair at the Bukhara State Medical Institute
Davlatova Mukhayyo Hasanovna (Bukhara, Uzbekistan) – senior teacher of English Chair
ay the Bukhara State Medical Institute
Ostonova Sanam Nematovna (Bukhara, Uzbekistan) – senior teacher of English Chair at
the Bukhara State Medical Institute
Radjabova Azima Temurovna (Bukhara, Uzbekistan) – Senior Teacher of English Chair at
the Bukhara State Medical Institute
Research Interests: Comparative study of East-West philosophy of language; Linguoculturology:
Central Asian Muslim Spirituality and the English Renaissance; Historical
lexicology of the English language; Methods of teaching foreign languages.
Authors of the article would like to thank the editors of Cross-Cultural Studies: Education
and Sciences Managing Editor Prof. S. M. Minasyan for providing consultation.
For citation: Shadmanov Kurban B., Davlatova Mukhayyo H., Ostonova Sanam N., Radjabova Azima T., (2020).
English Renaissance: Transformation of Philosophy Understanding as a Factor of Information Culture Development of the Epoch Cross-Cultural Studies: Education and Science (CCS&ES). Vol.5, Issue 4 (2020), pp. 61-67 (in USA)
Manuscript received: 20/01/2020
Accepted for publication: 17/03/2020
The authors have read and approved the final manuscript
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