Mirzaakhmedova Makhliyo Yuldashevna
Abstract: The article explores how the concept of Knowledge is interpreted in English and Uzbek classical literature by the works of Alisher Navai and William Shakespeare. These remarkable writers present the peculiarities of people who possess humanism, dignity, love, respect and the development of high moral qualities through the heroes of Navai and Shakespeare. Although the highest point of perfection in the view of two thinkers is love, it has sought to express in the literature that man must be educated and knowledgeable before reaching this love. While the Western Renaissance thinkers focused attention on their own beauty, physical and spiritual perfection. Shakespeare acted as a scientist, he had an insatiable curiosity that seems to have extended beyond humans to nature itself ? but it was as an artist that he drew on those thoughts and ideas to create some of the world?s most powerful dramas. The Eastern Renaissance thinkers concentrated on the issue of human perfection. In Navai's viewpoint, this beautiful life is not a major aim, but it is only a means of examination for attaining spiritual growth. This is the basis of the works of Alisher Navai and Shakespeare.
Keywords: enlightenment, torch, decoration, happiness, classification, arrogance, wealth, generous