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CORPOREALITY PHENOMENON IN TRADITIONAL ART OF JAPAN:
HERMENEUTICAL REFLECTION
M.A. Manikovskaya



         Mariya Alexeevna Manikovskaya – Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Department of Philosophy, Social Studies and Humanities at Far Eastern State University of Humanities.

E-mail: mary.manikovskaya@gmail.com


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The author actualizes the theoretical and methodological potential of corporeality in comprehension of traditional art of Japan. Hermeneutics-wise, the article considers peculiarities of corporeality manifestation in representative kinds of Japanese traditional art and in its figurative-expressive means. The article demonstrates cognitive resources of the phenomenon under research.

        Key words: body, corporeality, Japanese traditional art, language of art, figurative-expressive means of corporeality, cognitive potential of corporeality.


 
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