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Mikhail Aleksandrovich Lifshitz (Russian: Михаи́л Алекса́ндрович Ли́фшиц; July 23, 1905, in Melitopol, Tavria (Crimea) – September 28, 1983, in Moscow) was an influential Soviet Marxian literary critic and philosopher of art who had a long and controversial career in the former Soviet Union. In the 1930s, he strongly influenced Marxist views on aesthetics while being a close associate of György Lukács. He also published important compilations of early Marxist literature on the role of art. In 1975, he was elected as a full member of the USSR Academy of Arts.

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  • Michail Alexandrowitsch Lifschitz
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  • Лифшиц, Михаил Александрович
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  • Mijaíl Aleksándrovich Lifschitz (en ruso Михаи́л Алекса́ндрович Ли́фшиц), (23 de julio de 1905, Melitópol - 20 de septiembre de 1983, Moscú) fue un filósofo y crítico de arte soviético. Miembro activo de la Academia de Bellas Artes de la Unión Soviética y doctor en filosofía.
  • Michail Alexandrowitsch Lifschitz (russisch Михаи́л Алекса́ндрович Ли́фшиц; * 10. Julijul./ 23. Juli 1905greg. in Melitopol, Russisches Kaiserreich; † 28. September 1983 in Moskau) war ein sowjetischer marxistischer Literaturkritiker und Kunstphilosoph. In den 1930er Jahren war er ein enger Freund und Mitarbeiter von Georg Lukács und hatte ab 1975 eine leitende Stellung in der Kunstakademie der UdSSR.
  • Mikhail Aleksandrovich Lifshitz (Russian: Михаи́л Алекса́ндрович Ли́фшиц; July 23, 1905, in Melitopol, Tavria (Crimea) – September 28, 1983, in Moscow) was an influential Soviet Marxian literary critic and philosopher of art who had a long and controversial career in the former Soviet Union. In the 1930s, he strongly influenced Marxist views on aesthetics while being a close associate of György Lukács. He also published important compilations of early Marxist literature on the role of art. In 1975, he was elected as a full member of the USSR Academy of Arts.
  • Mikhail Alexandrovich Lifschits (em russo Михаи́л Алекса́ндрович Ли́фшиц) (23 de julho de 1905, Melitopol - 20 de setembro de 1983, Moscou) foi um filósofo e crítico de arte soviético. Membro ativo da Academia de Belas Artes da União Soviética e doutor em filosofia. Como um filósofo acadêmico, Lifschits serviu como membro executivo da Academia Soviética de Ciências desde 1975. No início da década de 1930, ele foi um associado próximo de György Lukács.
  • Михаи́л Алекса́ндрович Ли́фшиц (23 июля 1905, Мелитополь ― 20 сентября 1983, Москва) — советский философ, эстетик, литературовед, теоретик и историк культуры, специалист по эстетическим взглядам Гегеля и Маркса, критик «вульгарной социологии» в 1930-е гг. и модернизма в 1960-е — 70-е гг. Активный участник литературных дискуссий 1930-х гг. Создатель оригинальных концепций теории отражения, идеального, реализма, онтогносеологии и теории тождеств. Доктор философских наук (1973). Действительный член АХ СССР (1975).
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