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The philosophy of Romanticism in the context of the Enlightenment


At the beginning of the XX century the Azerbaijani philosophy of Romanticism, characterized by a number of qualities that are typologically similar to the Western philosophy of Romanticism was passing the stage of its formation and development. The Western, Eastern, as well as Azerbaijan philosophy of Romanticism, along with the peculiar features arising from the time and conditions (as in Azerbaijan enlightenment) were characterized by qualitative indicators such as the loss of faith in the philosophy of education, return 
to the traditional mystical pantheistic philosophy and outlook from this position in society and religion, the contrast ratio of the world, people and homeland, the ratio of the native language, national culture and moral values, factors to warrant certifying ethnicity, and its preservation, the belief in a happy society, etc. (Qualitative measures of romanticism - a universal socio-cultural phenomenon). 
The philosophy of Romanticism that emerged in Azerbaijan in the context of the Enlightenment, initially grows into the secular enlightenment, the realization of its secular ideals, and then after the loss of hopes for a happy society of socialism – into a mystical enlightenment and mystical philosophy of love, Iblis eternity (Husein Javid) and the assumption that all is color, (Samad Mansour). 
Features inherent to the philosophy of Romanticism are seen most clearly in the works of the representatives of the philosophical poetry of Muhammad Hadi (1879-1920) (Alem musavatdan maktublari, History of the tragedy of people, or alvahi-intibah), Abbas Sahat, Javid, Abdullah Shaig and others.

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