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Redescoberta da mente na educa??o: a expans?o do aprender e a conquista do conhecimento complexo
Lima, Gilson;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302009000100008
Abstract: this paper focuses on some notes picked during a research linked to the sociology of the sciences and more specifically to the sciences of the mind. after introducing to the theme of the rediscovery of the mind, it stresses the different systematic modalities of the educational practices and the diversifications of their "minditude" states. it then considers one research result that verified the importance of the somatic marker for long term memory and presents a brief conclusion.
Entre o uso social e o abuso comercial: as percep??es do patrim?nio cultural subaquático no Brasil
Rambelli, Gilson;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742008000200004
Abstract: the aim of this paper is to present some reflections about cultural and archaeological underwater heritage, to arrive at an analysis as to what degree distortions of concepts exist in this "submersed" theme, result from a millenary history of adventures, and how they have contributed and continue to contribute to the destruction of different archaeological submersed sites. the article also aims at contributing to a wider understanding of underwater heritage, and the necessity of systematic, underwater, archaeological research. it draws attention especially to the brazilian problem, because brazil still permits the commercial exploitation, and consequently, the destruction of this cultural heritage. this has been made possible through inadequate legislation inspired on the millenary fantasies of underwater treasure and fortune.
A tese que é uma hipótese
Schwartz, Gilson;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 1994, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64451994000100006
Abstract: comenting on van parij's paper on "basic income capitalism" the author argues that the proposal for a guaranteed basic income in a capitalist economy faces the same dificulties of other proposals for the realization of non-economic values and preferences that are unwilling to give up the logic of the market, like investment planning or the taxation on pollution promoters. to supose that the distribution implied in warranting a basic income for everyone would not violate the economic market mechanism means to pressupose precisely the point to be demonstrated.
Nota sobre os limites e as possibilidades da era FHC
Schwartz, Gilson;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64452000000100003
Abstract: the conditions and limits of moving from a stabilization policy towards one geared to economic development are examined with reference to two recent papers on fernando henrique cardoso's second presidential term. among those conditions, it is argued, is the reversal of the liberal-conservative stance through an emphasis on development, on the rebuilding of the state, and on the rehabilitation of the public sphere.
Moving vortices interacting with periodic pinning
Carneiro, Gilson;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97332002000400017
Abstract: recent results obtained by the author for the dynamical phase diagrams for vortices in clean films, driven by an uniform force, and interacting with periodic pinning resulting from a columnar defect lattice are discussed. using numerical simulations of a simple model and other considerations, the dynamical phase diagrams are obtained as a function of the driving force magnitude and direction, the temperature, and the vortex density. the following dynamical phases and dynamical phase transitions are found. moving vortex lattices at low temperatures, with spatial order that can be commensurate or incommensurate with the periodic pinning, moving vortex liquids and moving smectics. dynamical melting of moving vortex lattices into moving vortex liquids takes place and transverse pinning of moving commensurate vortex lattices and smectics occurs. it is found that the dynamical phase diagrams in the theoretical limit of infinite driving force magnitudes play a central role in determining the whole dynamical phase diagram: each dynamical phase originates from an infinite-drive limit phase with the same spatial symmetry that evolves continuously into finite-drive regions of the dynamical phase diagram. it is argued that this conclusion also applies for a large class of periodic pinning potentials.
A inconstitucional administra??o pós-constitucional do SUS através de normas operacionais
Carvalho,Gilson;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232001000200012
Abstract: this paper is the opinion of a health professional holding public office and participating directly in the health field, where he has accompanied the various phases in the brazilian health reform process. the author analyzes the health sector's institutional design within the sphere of social security, a chapter in the federal constitution; act 8.080, expressing the legislative development of the constitutional concepts; and the so-called basic operational norms that were created as the justification to proceed with (or as the term itself suggests, to operate with) the changes provided for under the constitution and the national health act. the paper provides a critical view which may not coincide with that of other actors involved in this process, but the goal is to fuel the debate and contribute to a process by which, once and for all, health in brazil will be considered the right of all and the duty of the state.
O Tema da liberdade religiosa na política brasileira do século XIX: uma via para a compreens?o da seculariza??o da esfera política
Ciarallo, Gilson;
Revista de Sociologia e Política , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-44782011000100006
Abstract: the secularization of institutions has been a recurrent theme in the social sciences over the last few decades, largely as a result of its conceptual complexity, a fact which has led to the development of different ways of looking at the relationships between religion and other social spheres established throughout history. one of these relationships is the one that exists between religion and politics. "secularization" refers to the increased autonomy of different spheres of society in relation to religion. aspects of autonomization of the political sphere in relation to religion are subjected to analysis, taking discussions of religious freedom carried out on the 19th century brazilian political scene into consideration. within this context, papal patronage and ultramontanist ideas were intimately related to the continuities and ruptures identified within the field of political ideas, considering what religious themes were at that time. although clerical presence within the political activities of the period was notable, with the extinction of papal patronage and the advent of the republic, religious discourse migrated from that sphere, now manifesting itself only within the strictly ecclesiastic environment and through proselytism. the social configuration that emerged in this light enables us to identify clear signals of secularization of the political sphere toward the end of the 19th century. the present argument contributes to clarifying the theme of secularization in brazil. with the separation of church and state and with the decreasing presence of the clergy within official decision-making processes, the political sphere underwent secularization. this in turn allows us to locate brazilian socio-cultural experience alongside other socio-cultural experiences that can be considered as components of western modernity.
Sociologia na complexidade
Lima, Gilson;
Sociologias , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-45222006000100006
Abstract: the article is a simultaneously didactic and informative deep introduction on the emergence of the paradigm of complexity for sociology. along the narrative, we make comparisons, which allows the reader who is not familiar with the themes of science to identify the macro-paradigmatic pre-modern differences from simple modernity and the emergence of the paradigm of complexity. whenever it is possible, we define and exemplify the terms, assertions, and principles that are significant for an understanding of the theme. we have also made numerous indications of authors and works within the narrative, thus those willing might take a deeper dive in the pathways of sociology of complexity. the article starts with an introduction that defines, after thomas kuhn, the concept of paradigm. then we comparatively develop the most important principles of the paradigm of complexity. and finally, we draw attention for some challenges of sociology in complexity, warning against the risks of paralysis of complexity in the hard task of re-linking knowledges in face of the hyper-specialization present in the crisis of the paradigm of simple modernity.
Guimar?es Rosa na Cidade Tiradentes: anota??es sobre a cidade do conhecimento
SCHWARTZ, GILSON;
S?o Paulo em Perspectiva , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-88392002000400007
Abstract: grounded in a discussion of the relationship between communication and transmission, this article examines the university of s?o paulo's city of knowledge, a project that sets out to build a network of communication centered on the shared or joint production of knowledge.
Além da estabiliza??o: do Plano Real à reconstru??o da economia política brasileira
Schwartz, Gilson;
Tempo Social , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-20701999000200006
Abstract: this article analyses the general economical conditions associated to the process of stabilization of prices in brazil, emphasizing some questions related to the role of the definition of a model of economical development. even having external restrictions and a priority given to the stability, the author argues that there is still space for new definitions in long term public politics.
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