On February 14, 2020 there in the scientific centre “Al-Farabi” of National library of the Republic of Kazakhstan of the Ministry of culture and sport of the Republic of Kazakhstan took place the presentation of the 7-volume collection “FARABI” of the well-known writer, dramaturgist Rollan Shakenuly Seisenbayev.
The activity was opened by scientific secretary of National library of the Republic of Kazakhstan, member of the Writers’ Union of Kazakhstan Zhunisbekov Bolat Zhunisbekuly.
There within the framework of the activity spoke the state and public figure, the well-known culturologist Murat Auezov, deputy chairman of the board of the Writers’ Union of Kazakhstan Mereke Kulkenov, councilor of the akimat of Almaty city Daniyar Abzalidenuly, othere public figures and representatives of intelligentsia who told the audience about the wisdom of Abu Nasyr Al-Farabi, underlining that the 7-volume collection “FARABI” has great value for the modern and future society and expressed their acknowledgement to Rollan Shakenuly.
The collection is published within the framework of the 1150-th jubilee of the great thinker Abu Nasyr Al-Farabi with the support of the international club “Abai” of the Kazakh national university after Al-Farabi and the Literary university of the peoples of the world by the lesser programme named “The purchase, publication and wide-spreading of socially important kinds of literature” which enters the programme “The heightening of competitiveness in the sphere of culture and art, preservation, studying and propagation of Kazakhstani cultural heritage, and also heightening of efficacy of implementation of archival business”.
“FARABI” in 7 volumes:
- · Volume 1: the City of virtues
- · Volume 2: the Philosophical tractates
- · Volume 3: the Social-ethical tractates
- · Volume 4: the Big book about music
- · Volume 5: the Book about science
- · Volume 6: the Book about the mind
- · Volume 7: the Return of Teacher
- There in the activity participated the well-known public figures and representatives of intelligentsia, the poets and writers, readers of the library and representatives of mass-media.