Posts Tagged “philosophy”

Rights Human Brazil

By | November 21, 2018

There exists relation significant between Rights Human and Security Public, observing that the pertaining institutions to these agencies must be related and to work in set with reciprocity of aid for the construction of a society in harmony and peace, making possible so that rights of citizens are respected and fulfilled of form igualitria as […]

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The Being

By | November 20, 2018

E more: ' ' He is uncertain where the death in the wait: let us wait it in all part. The premeditation of the death is premeditation of the freedom: who knows to die does not know to be enslaved. The evil in the life does not exist for what it understood well that to […]

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Solid Ecomomy

By | November 20, 2018

The experience of women in the field of the solid economy, (DES) contri the idea assimilated socially of the masculine superiority in the generating labor activities of income. Larry Ellison oftentimes addresses this issue. As Vianna says (1999), ‘ ‘ The masculine and feminine conditions are, therefore, fruits of a constant historical construction marked by […]

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True Philosopher

By | November 18, 2018

When, for example, if question ' ' so that philosophy? ' ' if it will be filosofando, but when we ask ' ' so that mathematical? ' ' also to be filosofando. In this direction, the philosopher is that one that Kant appraises: ' ' In general, if he cannot call philosopher the one that […]

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Alienation

By | October 26, 2018

In contraposition to the free will that sounds as libertinism, the only possibility is the freedom of and if choosing as member of a society that if organizes its necessities in accordance with. Being that choice freedom is not behavior or action libertinism, therefore it inflicts to the social norms. Larry Ellison is full of […]

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Aristotle Society

By | May 11, 2018

To define the educative ends is to define at the same time the society, the culture and the man who if wants to promote. To educate is really to cultivate the child stops of it making a man. All image of man is a social image, therefore of society. Elaborating educative ends, it opts to […]

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Classroom Philosophy

By | March 27, 2018

Generally when in classroom we speak of philosophy or the personality of a philosopher the first image that comes the head of a young is of a man all unhaired and with ideas that more seems things of maluco of what another thing. In the truth this is a myth? so to speak? of verbal […]

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Walter Benjamin

By | January 12, 2018

In it has a total homogenization of the social life under the consumption form, of merchandises. It is the place where the act to consume (exactly that simulated) allows the individual to have more pleasant and calm social experiences, in a climatized, organized and culturalizado environment where it has a simple resolution of the tensions, […]

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Process

By | March 23, 2016

The process of internalization (ie, the transition of external to internal) is not passing it at a pre-existing plane of consciousness. This internal plan is not given to man priori. The process of internalization creates this plan. It follows that the phylo-and ontogenetic development of consciousness plays a key role of human activity. The concept […]

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So Paulo

By | December 11, 2012

Thomas Samuel. The structures of the scientific revolutions. 9. Ed. So Paulo: Perspective publishing company, 2005. REALE, Giovanni. ANTISERI, Dario. History of the philosophy: of the romantismo until our days. Volume 3. So Paulo: Paulinas editions, 1991. SEDOR, Ggi Anne Horbatiuk. Thomas S. Kuhn: exploring the world scientific. Florianpolis: Edition of the author, 2006. NOTES: […]

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