Effects of Objective and Subjective Factors to Develop Intellectual Culture of Youth

Siddikov Ilyosjon Bakhromovich


The article defines the concept of intellectual culture, its forms, goals and objectives. The role of hereditary opportunities and social environments was analyzed in the personality of intellectual abilities and talent. In addition, the article focuses on the socio-philosophical problems of combining the factors, formation of elements, intellectual culture and its methodological, psychological and social factors with social development.


Personality; Intellect; Culture; Science; Global problems; Intellectual culture; Intelligence mechanism; Intellectual capital

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