THE PLACE OF IBN SINA'S TEACHING IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF CENTRAL ASIA OF THE X-XI CENTURIES AND ITS HISTORICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL ROOTS
Keywords:Metaphysics, theory of two truths, necessary being, possible being, emanation, pantheism, original mind, common mind, substance, accident, naturalistic philosophy,
As a result of the misinterpretation of religious teachings in the world, especially the lack of rational understanding of the foundations of Islam, both in the Middle Ages and today there is a state of separation of religiosity and secularism, philosophy and religion. In such a situation, a philosophical interpretation of the teachings of Islam, a rational explanation of the subject of theology will help to understand these issues on a scientific basis. Philosophical works occupy a separate place in the scientific heritage of Abu Ali ibn Sina. In the formation of his philosophical views, the teachings of Aristotle and Farabi had a great influence. However, Ibn Sina is widely recognized throughout the world in philosophy as a unique thinker who created a kind of school, along with the above-mentioned philosophers. The legacy of Ibn Sina's philosophy, based on Islamic teachings, influenced the philosophical thinking of not only Islamic, but also Jewish and Christian theologians, and it became necessary to study the religious and philosophical views of scientists, as well as a rational understanding of existing religious problems in society.