Andarbek Dudayevich Yandarov, The First Chechen Philosopher: Research Path Milestones

Abstract

The logic of the dialectical connection between the natural and the accidental can be traced in the work of the famous Chechen philosopher Andarbek Dudayevich Yandarov. The philosophical formation of Andarbek Dudayevich established the regular in the Yandarov family since Andarbek was a descendant of the famous Chechen sheikh Sols-Khadzhi Yandarov. His accidental resettlement to Kazakhstan, a new environment and living conditions determined the professional choice of the Chechen philosopher. A.D. Yandarov was a highly intellectual personality, whose creativity was formed on the basis of hard work, manifestation of will, determination, solving complex intellectual and cultural problems. The formation and development of the philosopher’s personality was closely associated with the fateful events experienced by his people. The main hypothesis put forward by the author is that any historical personality is the result of the formation, development and solution of a certain ontological problem that appears in the sphere of social life as one of the possible resultants of social consciousness evolution. The boundaries of culture are determined by human’s active exploration of space and time around him. A person is a being utterly manifested by culture; he/she experiences their being within the limits of culture. The purpose of the present work is to study the importance of personality in the history of the people as exemplified by the first Chechen philosopher A.D. Yandarova. The choice can be made on different grounds. However, a human-personality is characterized by the intensity of worldview searches, which determine their spiritual growth or physical collapse.

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10.15405/epsbs.2021.11.35

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2357-1330