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The Semantic Groups Of Prefixal Verbs In The Persian Language And Their Functional Equivalents (Using The Verb برداشتن [Bar-Dāštan] As An Example), Zokir Arifdjanov 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY OF UZBEKISTAN

The Semantic Groups Of Prefixal Verbs In The Persian Language And Their Functional Equivalents (Using The Verb برداشتن [Bar-Dāštan] As An Example), Zokir Arifdjanov

The Light of Islam

The article discusses functional equivalent relationships that play an important role in the phenomenon of linguistic variation. Within the framework of the topic, the opinions of leading linguists are presented, analyzed and conclusions are given. It is emphasized that functional equivalents play a key role in expanding the possibilities of expression, and as one of the prefixal verbs with such characteristics in the Persian language, the verb برداشتن [bar-dāštan] is widely studied as an object of research and its lexical-semantic variants are defined. The lexical-semantic variants are classified, divided into semantic groups and the functional equivalents of each semantic group ...


The Problems And Methods Of Teaching Foreign Languages, Akbar Kazakbaev 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY of UZBEKISTAN

The Problems And Methods Of Teaching Foreign Languages, Akbar Kazakbaev

The Light of Islam

This article is devoted to the study of the most urgent problems. The article attempts to consider the main problems of modern teaching of foreign languages. In this paper, we will address only some of the problems of teaching foreign languages, which are Central to the issues related to various aspects of modern teaching.

In modern conditions, knowledge of foreign languages is becoming more important, since we cannot exist in isolation from the rest of the world in the context of globalization. A modern educated person must, on the one hand, feel belonging to a certain community and people, he ...


Cross-Language Phonetic Interference In Learning The Arabic Language, Yulduz Ismailova 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY ОF UZBEKISTAN, senior teacher at the “Al-Azhar” department of Arabic language and literature”,

Cross-Language Phonetic Interference In Learning The Arabic Language, Yulduz Ismailova

The Light of Islam

Structural changes in the system of higher education in our country require an increase in the role and improvement of the methodology of teaching students foreign languages. As we know, at one of the first stages in teaching Arabic pronunciation, students and teachers are faced with a phenomenon such as linguistic or interlanguage interference. As a result, some characteristic errors appear in the students ’speech, which impedes the formation of certain skills and abilities for the correct articulation of difficult-to-pronounce phonemes. The proposed article is devoted to the study of this phenomenon and the causes of its occurrence. Also, the ...


Mahmud Koshgariy’S Views On Fonetic, Graphic And Morphological Characteristics Of Turkic Languages, Salima Rustamiy 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY ОF UZBEKISTAN

Mahmud Koshgariy’S Views On Fonetic, Graphic And Morphological Characteristics Of Turkic Languages, Salima Rustamiy

The Light of Islam

The article discusses some issues of phonetics, graphics and morphology covered in the book «Divan lugat at-turk» by the first Turkic scholar Mahmud Kashgari who developed the theoretical foundations of the Turkic languages in the 11th century.

Mahmud Kashgariy in the book «Divanu lugati-t-Turk» elucidated the grammar of Turkic languages by means of Arabic language, methods and terms peculiar to Arabic linguistics. The article deals with the place of arakat, arf and the terms signifying their types in elucidating the phonetic and morphological peculiarities of Arabic and Turkic words.

Mahmud Kashgariy introduced for designating the sounds which are ...


The Strategy Of The Object Conditions And Sub-Factors In The Development Of Civil Society In Uzbekistan, Mirsulton Kadirov 2020 Military-Technical Institute of National Guard of the Republik of Uzbekistan

The Strategy Of The Object Conditions And Sub-Factors In The Development Of Civil Society In Uzbekistan, Mirsulton Kadirov

The Light of Islam

The article analyzes the factors of free civil society, restoration of the secular state in Uzbekistan. To date, the principles, legal foundations of the state and civil society of legal democracy, which are being restored in our country, have been developed and studied in support of our people. Local and foreign non-governmental, non-profit organizations and other institutions of civil society operating in our country today are shown in the discrete manner of trying to conduct business in accordance with new needs and requirements.

The article also draws conclusions about the fact that the impact of non-profit organizations and other institutions ...


The Life And Status Of Women In Society During The Mamluk Period, Zukhra Aripova 2020 doctor of Philosophy (Phd), docent of the department “Al-Azhar department of Arabic language and literature

The Life And Status Of Women In Society During The Mamluk Period, Zukhra Aripova

The Light of Islam

This article contains information on the role of women in public life during the reign of the Mamluks in Egypt (1250-1517), their influence on the Mamluk sultans, and Queen of Egypt Shajaratu-d-dur, which contributed to the creation of the Mamluk state. The article is based on the works of many medieval Arab historians. It is known that in Islamic countries there is an opinion that a woman cannot rule the state. After the death of Sultan Turanshah in 1250, prominent people of Egypt saw the need for the ascension of Shajaratu-d-dur to the throne. She ruled Egypt for 80 days ...


The Importance Of Regulating The Relationship Between The State And Religion In Ensuring The Stability Of Society, Mukhammadolim Mukhammadsidiqov 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY OF UZBEKISTAN

The Importance Of Regulating The Relationship Between The State And Religion In Ensuring The Stability Of Society, Mukhammadolim Mukhammadsidiqov

The Light of Islam

The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that the wave of socio-political transformations that began in December 2010 in Tunisia and Algeria, called the “Arab Spring”, was a phenomenon caused by a difficult internal situation, as well as internal and external factors that triggered these events.

The article examines the degree of influence of political Islam on the processes of modernization, geopolitics, as well as socio-political development, including the need to create a scientific basis for regulating religious relations in Arab African countries, which have become a source of instability. In this context, political processes in North Africa and ...


The Influence Of A Religious Factor On The Political System Of Egypt Before “Arab Spring”, Shukhrat Yovkochev 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY OF UZBEKISTAN

The Influence Of A Religious Factor On The Political System Of Egypt Before “Arab Spring”, Shukhrat Yovkochev

The Light of Islam

The article is devoted to the influence of the Islamic factor on the political system of modern Egypt. It analyzes the struggle of political forces, parties, and the Islamic opposition to achieve political power, as well as the methods and means of this struggle. The article covers the period of the late XX– early XXI century, the period of the reign of President Hosni Mubarak. Particular attention is paid to the tactics and strategies of the leader of the Islamic opposition in Egypt - the Muslim Brotherhood organization, which has long-standing political and historical roots, extensive experience in the underground struggle ...


Miguel A. De La Torre, The Politics Of Jesús: A Hispanic Political Theology, Ramón Luzárraga 2020 Benedictine University Mesa

Miguel A. De La Torre, The Politics Of Jesús: A Hispanic Political Theology, Ramón Luzárraga

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


Natalia Imperatori-Lee, Cuéntame: Narrative In The Ecclesial Present, Raúl Gómez S.D.S. 2020 Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology

Natalia Imperatori-Lee, Cuéntame: Narrative In The Ecclesial Present, Raúl Gómez S.D.S.

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


José In Egypt: Reading Genesis 37-50 With People On The Move, Jean-Pierre Ruiz 2020 St. John’s University

José In Egypt: Reading Genesis 37-50 With People On The Move, Jean-Pierre Ruiz

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


Cultivating A Decolonial Feminist Integral Ecology: Extractive Zones And The Nexus Of The Coloniality Of Being/Coloniality Of Gender, Melissa Pagán 2020 Mount St. Mary's University, Los Angeles

Cultivating A Decolonial Feminist Integral Ecology: Extractive Zones And The Nexus Of The Coloniality Of Being/Coloniality Of Gender, Melissa Pagán

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


¿Dios Bendiga Whose América? Resisting The Ritual Theologizing Of Nation, Carmen M. Nanko-Fernández 2020 Catholic Theological Union

¿Dios Bendiga Whose América? Resisting The Ritual Theologizing Of Nation, Carmen M. Nanko-Fernández

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


Toward A Reimagined Theological Anthropology: Freeing The Excluded And Re-Envisioning Scenes Of Instruction, César Baldelomar 2020 Boston College

Toward A Reimagined Theological Anthropology: Freeing The Excluded And Re-Envisioning Scenes Of Instruction, César Baldelomar

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

No abstract provided.


By Virtue Of Yoga Powers: The Image Of Divinity In Swaminarayan Hinduism, Mukti Patel 2020 University of Toronto

By Virtue Of Yoga Powers: The Image Of Divinity In Swaminarayan Hinduism, Mukti Patel

2020 JHU Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium

Flying through the air, seeing the future, reading minds, becoming disembodied, recalling previous births-- these are powers that a siddha yogin (perfected yogi) might display (Jacobsen 2012). When yogins obtain powers from performing extraordinary penance and meditation, their inexplicable feats are often associated with divinity. Whether miraculous powers confer divinity is contested within Hindu traditions (Burchett 2012). Whereas tantric traditions believe religious leaders claim divinity through the display of miraculous powers, bhakti traditions perceive supernatural powers with skepticism (Burchett 2012).

This paper examines the extent to which yogic powers are the primary determinant of divinity and authority in contemporary Hindu ...


Positioning And Repositioning: Transnational Identity (Re) Construction And (Re) Negotiation By American-Senegalese Children, Aminata Diop 2020 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Positioning And Repositioning: Transnational Identity (Re) Construction And (Re) Negotiation By American-Senegalese Children, Aminata Diop

All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

The main aim of this dissertation is to study the ways American-Senegalese children position and reposition themselves as they (re) construct and (re) negotiate their transnational identity upon returning to the U.S. from Senegal. This project explores the following questions: 1) why do US-residing Senegalese parents send their children back to their homeland to be raised by relatives? 2) how do these American-Senegalese children (re) construct and (re) negotiate their multiple layers of identities upon returning home after being raised by extended family members for more than a decade?3) and how do the American-Senegalese children (re) story their ...


Kuhn The Contextualist?, Iñaki Xavier Larrauri Pertierra 2020 The University of Notre Dame Australia

Kuhn The Contextualist?, Iñaki Xavier Larrauri Pertierra

Aristos

According to Kuhn’s account of the nature of scientific paradigms, how one experiences the world varies drastically from one context to another depending on the accepted paradigm of the context in question. In other words, one’s pre-existing conceptual structure concerning the world not only acts as an epistemological framework for its possible understanding, but also fundamentally affects the phenomenological observations of the world as something; this latter function of the conceptual structure motivates the view that mature scientific paradigms/theories and the data of scientific observation/experimentation are essentially two sides of the same coin.

What is interesting ...


The Taste And Perfume Of The Virgin: Mary And The Nuptial Meaning Of Eucharistic Sacramentality, Noel Custodio 2020 The University of Notre Dame Australia

The Taste And Perfume Of The Virgin: Mary And The Nuptial Meaning Of Eucharistic Sacramentality, Noel Custodio

Aristos

If we are to understand the Eucharist as the Body of Christ, it is necessary to explore how Mary’s own body participates in the Eucharistic mystery. Such a discussion was prominent during the Middle Ages, but today there is very little attention given to the relationship between Mary and the the Eucharist.

This paper will explore this subject through the lens of a theology of the sacramental principle. By examining recent papal documents as well as John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, this paper will argue that Mary is the perfect fulfilment of the sacramental principle. The ...


Divine Impassibility: A Comparison Of Weinandy's And Culpepper's Perspectives On Whether God Suffers, Elizabeth Flynn 2020 The University of Notre Dame Australia

Divine Impassibility: A Comparison Of Weinandy's And Culpepper's Perspectives On Whether God Suffers, Elizabeth Flynn

Aristos

From being generally regarded as a philosophical and theological impossibility, since the late nineteenth century the idea that God suffers has become popular and attractive among a vast array of Christian theologians. Due to this shift, many theologians no longer see the need to argue for it and divine passibility has even been called the ‘new orthodoxy.’ The matter has not yet been laid to rest and is made more complex because the terms ‘suffering’ and ‘impassibility’ are used with a variety of connotations.

At the heart of the debate is the desire to assert God’s personalised love for ...


Why Is Love Considered The Greatest Of The Theological Virtues?, Harry McClifty 2020 The University of Notre Dame Australia

Why Is Love Considered The Greatest Of The Theological Virtues?, Harry Mcclifty

Aristos

This paper will, after providing a succinct yet necessary definition of Christian caritas, offer three reasons for why love is considered to be the greatest of the theological virtues. First, upon attainment of eternal beatitude in heaven, caritas is not abandoned like faith and hope, but finds it fulfillment. Secondly, caritas is the only theological virtue which is chiefly concerned with the salvation of one’s neighbour. And thirdly, caritas enables man to live out the commandments of God in their fullness, thereby beginning the process of his divinization.


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