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Manikovskaya, Maria Alekseevna Manikovskaya, Maria Alekseevna Doctor of Philosophy, Associate Professor, Professor of the Chair of Philosophy at the Far Eastern State University for Humanities (Khabarovsk). She was born on February 24, 1951, in Khabarovsk. In 1972, she graduated from the Khabarovsk State Pedagogical Institute, the Faculty of Russian Language and Literature. The theme of her Candidates dissertation was Role and Meaning of Art Culture in Formation of a New Person (1978), the theme of her Doctoral dissertation was Art Culture within the System of social Reproduction (2005). Her academic interests are social philosophy and philosophy of culture. She is the author of more than 30 research and research-methodological papers.



Manikovskaya .. Art Culture within the Structure of Vital Activity of Society. Monograph. Khabarovsk: KSPU Publ., 2004. 213 p.


Manikovskaya .. Art Culture as a System // Philosophskie Nauki (Philosophical Studies). 2004. #4. P.105126.
Manikovskaya .. Arts Culture Education // Philosophskie Nauki (Philosophical Studies). 2005. #3. P.125132.
Manikovskaya .. Communicative Space of Art Culture // Philosophy and Society. 2005. #1. P.93114.
Manikovskaya .. Art Culture: is it Deception of Human Rights? // Art and Education. 2005. #2. P.417.

Address: 68, K. Marx Str., Khabarovsk, 680000. e-mail: mary.manikovskaya @gmail.com

Manikovskaya M. A.


Present-day situation of integrating arts into the structure of vital activity of a society is characterized by a tendency of transforming it into a system of manufacturing. This explains an aspiration for distinguishing arts from art culture. Art culture is a system of institutional relations of manufacturing-consumption of artistic values.

Key words: Art culture, artistic values, systemic theory, arts, artwork.

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