Kazakhs were peaceful nation. They appreciated peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, good joke and sharp words. Permanent migration from one place to another, ongoing incursions of enemies, who encroached on steppes, stimulated Kazakh unpretentiousness, faith in fate, determination in the face of approaching danger. Kazakh nomads didn’t attack to occupy others’ lands. However, as soon as difficulties appeared and enemies came closer to the steppe borders, a breeder turned into a warrior.
In the states of Bumyn, Kutlyg, Kultegin and Tonyukuk word’s meaning and power had a higher value. Stone monuments repeatedly emphasize the poly-functional destination of words. The authors strictly controlled the accuracy and precision of their words, because they did not doubt that these words endure through the ages and future generations would build their lives on the basis of them.
Today, the issue is being
risen more often about whether philosophy needy in our society and is not that
high time to abolish teaching of it in the higher institution? There not many
scientists, specially, of the technical direction who express doubts about the
usefulness of philosophy.
Textbooks and tutorials edited during last years in the countries of the near-abroad countries indicate that the core of the modern state of the subject of philosophy become such notions as pluralism, problematicity and openness.
As the prominent Russian Orientalist
T.I.Sultanov pointed out, the specifics of the research of the medieval history
of Kazakhstan largely determined by weak spreading of written language and book
education among the Kazakhs. It should be noted, the only work created in the
early of XVII century was by a representative of Zhalair tribe Kadyrgali-bek