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Determination of the Nature of the Image in the Philosophy of Ancient Thinkers as an Element of Culture in the Context of Historical and Theoretical Analysis 24
The article provides definitions of the concept of image, the nature of image from the point of view of scientific, historical and theoretical analysis, which are most often found in scientific literature. The article examines the nature of image as an element of culture in the philosophy of ancient thinkers such as Ibn Sina, al-Farabi, Confucius, their views, ideas, and views. The scientific study of the spiritual world and the thought process of the great people of the past who made a great contribution to the development of civilization plays an important role in fostering a sense of pride in future generations. The works of outstanding minds reflect the achievements of human thought of a certain historical period, the way of life of a large group of people of a particular time. There is an assumption that the term "image" comes from the English language. It conveys at least five meanings-image, statue-idol, metaphor, icon, similarity. But, given the fact that this term existed in ancient times, it is impossible to say with certainty that "image" is derived from French or English, most likely, it is borrowed, as shown by the transformation over time of its content and almost simultaneously later appearance in both these languages.
Keywords: Image, image, symbols, historical and theoretical analysis, Eastern thinkers, Confucius, Ibn Sina, al Farabi, treatises, teachings, views, morality, morals, education, culture