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Problems of knowledge through civilizational approach and principles of civil law. Case of Uzbekistan

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This paper makes investigations on civil law and its principles as whole. Moreover, the way of social life and problems of civilization are mentioned accordingly. Therefore, levels and tendencies of the principles that establish the essence of civil law are categorized. Moreover, current status quo of this feature was analyzed in case of Uzbekistan. Furthermore, policy and structure of country on law and philosophy have been learned from both theoretical and practical point of view. Research finalizes major outcomes and shortcomings of the topic to make better analyses further.
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172-184
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  • Samarkand State University, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
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