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Discusiones Filosóficas , 2008,
Abstract: quine's question: "what is there?" has a peculiar characteristic in current physics, specially when we give attention to the concept of "physical entity" or "physical object", about what physical theories say something, at least ideally. in so far as physics deals with the ultimate constituents of matter, the problem of physical objects get in the picture. although current physics does not deal with ontology but of the explanation of how the world is the way it is, ontological questions are of interest for the philosopher, who should be familiarized with the situation of actual science and cannot ignore current theories unless hez wants to limit himself to speculation.
Enla?amentos enunciativos em análise do discurso: quando o dizer e o dito se interlegitimam
Rocha, Décio;
Linguagem em (Dis)curso , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-76322011000100002
Abstract: this paper is focused on a discussion on the concept of enunciative looping effects (maingueneau, 1989), understood as how the text establishes a scene that the enunciative activity simultaneously produces and assumes in order to legitimate itself. the corpus selected for analysis were those discourses in the printed media that deal with videogames in portuguese and in french, in order to demonstrate how, through the use of the concept mentioned above, a more adequate treatment of the articulation that one verifies between enunciation and what was stated is possible from the analysis of different devices - discursive locution, topography, chronography, ethos, linguistic code - that define a given positioning inside a discursive field.
Aconselhamento Genético
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232002000100009
Abstract: genetic counseling (gc) is a medical multiprofessional and interdisciplinar health care process. most of the brazilian people don't have access to these services. in brazil there are many gc groups, centers and services in condition to train health care professionals to the federal brazilian public system of health (sistema único de saúde - sus). ministry of health could easily created an office of genetic services to organize and launch trainning programs. it is also necessary improve genetic educational programs for the health professions as well as educate the public in genetic disorders and birth defects. support of parent/patient organizations is also desirable. the implementation of such community genetics programs has been recommended by the world health organization (who).
Produ??o de subjetividade: a li??o de O homem que copiava
Rocha, Décio;
DELTA: Documenta??o de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-44502007000100005
Abstract: on the basis of a theoretical framework which will enable us to reflect on modernity and assuming a discursive perspective in language studies, the purpose of this paper is to explore the productivity of the concept of subjectivity as defined by deleuze, guattari and other authors who distinguish subjectivity production and particular forms of subject as different modes of existence. in order to achieve our goal, we focus on the analysis of jorge furtado's film o homem que copiava. results show some evidence that the discussion may be relevant to discourse analysis in what concerns the notions of production conditions, textual loops and discursive practice.
Une approche discursive de la classe de langue étrangère en tant que lieu de travail
Rocha, Décio;
DELTA: Documenta??o de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-44502003000100006
Abstract: this paper focuses the analysis of speech in foreign language classroom in a particular situation: the teaching of french as a professional language. our purpose will be to explore enunciative marks that contribute to determine the nature of the work carried out in classroom throughout the collective construction of a text which is built by the actors of the didactic scene, the teacher and the students. in order to achieve our goal, we will interrogate these discourses from a triple point of view: first of all, the opposition between collective work and individual work in classroom; afterwards, the double function of language - language as work and language about work - in such a context; finally, the distance verified between prescribed work and real work in classroom.
Praxis Filosófica , 2006,
Abstract: the subject of this contribution was suggested to me by prof. michel paty. since he knows i am interested in the logical and philosophical implications of the problem related to the concepts of identity and individuality in quantum physics, he suggested me to write something about einstein’s contributions to this topic. thus, in this paper, i make a brief revision on the related topics and concepts involved in such a problematic, so as advance some directions which have been touched by me and colleagues in a series of works.
Agenciamentos coletivos de enuncia??o em o homem que copiava
Rocha, Décio;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722007000200022
Abstract: in this paper we intend to promote a debate on the concept of subjectivity production as it is proposed by guattari (1985). on the basis of some considerations about jorge furtado's film "o homem que copiava", we support the pertinence of the concept of collective disposals of enunciation in substitution to the concept of an individual subject of enunciation. our discussion starts with foucault's approach to the articulation between knowledge and power; secondly, we discuss the difference between copy and invention; finally the debate focuses on subjectivity, putting forward what we have called a "technique of mosaic", which will correspond to the fragmentation of the subject as an alternative to a cartesian approach to the matter.
Teorizando as Práticas dos Métodos ágeis no Desenvolvimento de Software Visando ao Processo de Inova o das Empresas
Dolci, Décio Bittencourt
Teoria e Prática em Administra??o (TPA) , 2011,
Abstract: Brazilian IT executives are being challenged to play an active and important role in the innovation process within their organizations. The purpose of this study is to explore agile software development methods in facing this challenge. We deployed a practice theory framework, in particular that of Orlikowski, in order to analyze practices from seven agile methods – eXtreme Programming (XP), Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM), Scrum, Crystal, Agile Modeling (AM), Feature Driven Design (FDD) and Adaptive Software Development (ASD). Results show practices grouped into five underlying factors – learning, iteractive, customer, human and technical; in addition, they explain the shift in focus of the agile development in reference to previous methods, centering on the individual and their actions in social relations in place of essentially technical issues. Findings suggest that agile software development methods have principles and practices better suitable to the innovation challenge than their predecessors do. Furthermore, their practices can aid the organization in the constitution of institutional properties useful to the process of business model innovation.
Newton da Costa e a Filosofia da Quase-Verdade
Décio Krause
Principia : an International Journal of Epistemology , 2009,
Abstract: This paper intends to introduce the three issues of Principia which will appear in a sequel honoring Newton da Costa’s 80th birthday. Instead of presenting the papers one by one, as it is common in presentations such as this one, we have left the papers speak by themselves, and instead we have preferred to present to the Brazilian readers, specialty to our students, some aspects of Newton da Costa’s conception of science and of the scientific activity, grounded on the concept of quasi-truth, which he contributed to develop in a rigorous way. Da Costa is known as one of the founding fathers of paraconsistent logic, but his contributions go also to the foundations of physics, theoretical computation, model theory, algebraic logic, lattice theory, applications of non-classical logics to law and technology, etc. But perhaps his main contribution was to provide a basis for the birth of a school of logic in our country (Brazil), serving as teacher and inspiring new researchers for generations. It is a pleasure to have had so enthusiastic acceptation from the editors of Principia to organize these volumes. I would like to thank the contributors and the editors of Principia, specially Prof. Cezar Mortari for his help in organizing the issue.
Lugares, tempos e saberes em história da educa o nas institui es de forma o de professores no Brasil
Décio Gatti
Eccos Revista Científica , 2005,
Abstract: This paper relates results of a study which analyzes conceptions of education, training, institutions, and school disciplines present in the texts of Brazilian and foreign authors recognized in the field of History of Education; it distinguishes institutionalized aspects and organizational elements of the school which allow understanding of the principal categories of analysis present in contemporary historical educational investigations of school institutions. These preliminary theoretical methodological considerations assist in the analysis of the process of the establishment and transformation of Brazilian educational institutions dedicated to teacher training at primary, secondary and higher educational levels, during the 19th and 20th Centuries. This analysis is by means of an examination of the basic history, the organizational legislation, and the knowledge these institutions disseminated, particularly through the analysis of the itinerary that the discipline History of Education passed through in these teacher training courses offered in Brazil in the period in question.
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