Document Type : Primary Research paper
National University of Uzbekistan, Senior Lecturer at the Department of “Philosophy and Logics” of the Faculty of Social Sciences, PhD
National University of Uzbekistan, Senior Lecturer at the Department of “Civil society and law education” of the Faculty of Social Sciences, PhD
Present article examines the importance of the hermetic ideas in the emergence of Eastern and Western Renaissance. Its objective is to formulate an overview of the hermetic ideas as a transformational paradigm in key moments of the evolution of the human consciousness, and also to formulate a comparative analysis of the Western Renaissance and Arab-Muslim Renaissance. Furthermore, it focuses on the hermetic factor which was a determining factor leading to the formation of science institute in both of above Renaissances.