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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Since a long time ago, great ideas and scientific and cultural figures have emerged in Central Asia. Famous cities, including Bokhara, Samarqand, Khwarazm, Farqhaneh, Khiveh and Marv had been a proper refuge for the development of science, knowledge and scientists. In this country, mysticism, Sufism, and Philosophical ideas have been in dominance for various ages. But destiny brought it a continuous series of political and geographical changes that led to new ideas and faded out some of the old ones. One of the issues that has immensely changed in these alterations deals with philosophical thought and the perspective of philosophical schools. The manifestation of this perspective in recent centuries has been significant at two junctures: 1) After the dominance of the former Soviet Union over this region, including Kazakhstan, Kirghiz, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. 2) After the independence of these countries and the emergence of new trends. This article studies the issue from a historical viewpoint, investigates teaching philosophy in this region, and focuses Uzbekistan, because this country is more important than other countries of the region due to its scientific and cultural eminence.