Tag Archives: philosophy

Cultural Anthropology

The article develops consideraes concerning the structural and superstructural aspects of the Moral, under the dialtico point of view, approaching its aspects historically constituent. It will be looked to demonstrate the historicidade of the subject, its dimensions public and private. … Continue reading


From this conception, the man is what it constructs of itself, if auto-constructs. For our author, the man is a on man for a commitment and that if of the account of that he is not only that one that … Continue reading

The Cognitivo

This nature or naturalness of the individual completely implies its proper essence taken in its contingent reality, limited for its proper totality. Occam, what it seems, not it distinguishes the essence from the existence, as they make it the scholastic, … Continue reading

The Adaptation

However already it was given by certain that the reaction does not depend on an exterior action, the reaction then is fruit of an action of interior decision of the proper agent organism, of so complex form to hinder the … Continue reading

The Beginning

' ' The principle is the unit of all coisas' ' (5), unit in the direction of, although the differences and of the multiplicity of the things, the principle reuniz them, only condenses them in one, giving to such thing … Continue reading

The Question

The jnios, for example, defended that the diverse bodies were proceeding from an only substance. Tales it affirmed to be the water, the beginning of all the things; Anaximenes opposing itself it this conception, defended to be air and Anaximandro … Continue reading

Roberval Eichemberg

‘ The loving fraternity and intelligence consciente’ ‘ they are the alive forces of the humanity. Humanity who must be our community of destination. In ‘ ‘ to be humano’ ‘ (men), these dissipativas characteristics (instabilidades), are gifts, therefore the … Continue reading

You Already LAY?

You already LAY? Joacir S. d? Abbey the eighth imprisoned Order for the truth: ' ' You will not present a false certification against yours prximo' ' (Former 20,16). It ' ' it forbids to falsify the truth in the … Continue reading


The empirical changes in the conception of the eleata, did not pass of mere illusions. In the attempt to decide this shock between Parmnides and Heraclitus, Plato admitted the existence of two distinct realities: the intelligible world and the sensible … Continue reading

Lewis Carroll

Hume, in fact, only accepted the certification of somebody only through the positivista verificacionismo. What it would be a problem, therefore, we would have that to empirically verify if that knowledge of somebody, he is true or not, and later … Continue reading