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Editorial - Novas fronteiras epistemológicas: o interesse acadêmico pela mística (New frontiers epistemological: academic interest in the mystical) - DOI – 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2012v10n27p678
Carlos Frederico Barboza de Souza
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2012, DOI: 10.5752/p.2175-5841.2012v10n27p678
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“Chama Viva de Amor”: elementos de poética e mística em Jo o da Cruz ("Living Flame of Love": elements of poetical and mysticism in John of the Cross) - DOI: 10.5752/P.2175-5841.2009v7n14p114
Carlos Frederico Barboza de Souza
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2009, DOI: 10.5752/p.2175-5841.2009v7n14p114
Abstract: Resumo O presente artigo se encontra na interface entre literatura e religi o e trata-se de um estudo da linguagem presente na obra de Jo o da Cruz intitulada “Chama viva de amor”, utilizando-se, para tal, de alguns recursos da crítica literária. Esta obra teve a reda o de seu poema realizada entre os anos de 1582-1584 e de seus comentários nos anos de 1585/86 (primeira reda o) e 1591 (segunda reda o). é um texto que, tanto em sua dimens o poética quanto em sua prosa, retrata algumas das especificidades da forma do místico trabalhar com a linguagem ao tentar traduzir sua experiência “inefável”: ou seja, desconstrói e a reconstrói para que seja capaz de comunicar algo do vivido. Com vistas a atingir este objetivo, após uma breve introdu o à vida e a obra jo ocruciana, abordar-se-á brevemente a estrutura e as principais temáticas presentes na obra supracitada. A seguir, apresentar-se-á alguns dos recursos lingüísticos utilizados por Jo o da Cruz, tais como o uso de paradoxos, antíteses e ant nimos com freqüência, neologismos e arcaísmos, ressignifica es de conceitos, aproveitamento da polissemia de muitos vocábulos, a forte presen a de metáforas e símbolos e uma forma particular de lidar com os registros espa o-temporais e a lógica racional. Palavras-chave: Jo o da Cruz, teologia negativa, mística, linguagem mística. Abstract The present article is placed in the isthmus of Literature and Religion, and consists of a study of the language that is present in the work of Jo o da Cruz entitled “Chama viva de amor” (Living flame of love), using, for such purpose, some of the Literary Criticism’s resources. This work had its poem written between 1582-1584, and its comments, in 1585/86 (first writing) and 1591 (second writing). It is a text that, as much as in its poetics dimension as in its prose, pictures some of the mystic’s method of working with the language when trying to communicate their ineffable experience: that is, deconstruct it and reconstruct it so that it can communicate something from the experienced. Aiming at that purpose, after a brief introduction to the life and work of Jo o da Cruz, the study will approach the structure and the main themes present in the aforementioned work. Furthermore, some of the linguistics resources used by Jo o da Cruz will be presented, such as neologisms and archaisms, concepts resignification, the use of polysemy of many words, the strong presence of metaphors and symbols, and a special way of working the spatial-temporal accounts and the rational logics. Key words: John of the Cross, negative theo
O Sufismo como dimens o mística do Isl
Carlos Frederico Barboza de Souza
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2009, DOI: 10.5752/528
Abstract: Diante da realidade islamica contemporanea e buscando estar atento às diversas vozes presentes no “outro”, este artigo tem em vista apresentar de forma sucinta o que é o Sufismo, pensando-o como uma possibilidade – entre muitas – de concretiza o das cren as islamicas. Para tal, iniciar-se-á procurando compreender como a notícia acerca de sua existência chega ao Ocidente, ou seja, como os ocidentais o “descobrem”. A seguir, centrar-se-á na busca de compreender o Sufismo a partir de sua rela o com o islamismo por meio de suas fontes primordiais: o Cor o e o Profeta Muhammad. Por fim, este artigo apresentará brevemente alguns elementos que comp em e caracterizam o repertório de cren as e práticas de várias escolas Sufis tais como a busca da Unicidade Divina, a prática meditativa da recita o dos Nomes Divinos e a submiss o à orienta o de um “ ayh”. Palavras-chave: Sufismo; Mística islamica; Orientalismo ABSTRACT In the face of the contemporary Islamic reality and seeking to be attentive to the diversity of voices that we can find in the “other”, this article aims to show briefly what Sufism is, thinking it as a possibility – amongst many – of the realization of the Islamic faith. To articulate this, the article will begin looking at understanding of how the news about its existence arrives in the West, that is, how westerners “discover” it. Then, the article will focus on the search to understand Sufism from its relationship with Islam through its primordial origins: the Koran and the Prophet Muhammad. Finally, this article will look briefly at some elements that make up and characterize the repertory of beliefs and practices of several Sufi schools, such as the search for the Divine Unicity, the meditative practice of the recitation of the Divine Names and the submission to a ayh orientation. Key words: Sufism; Mystical Islamism; Orientalism.
Mística e Política
Carlos Frederico Barboza de Souza
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2009, DOI: 10.5752/460
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Disserta es e Teses v.2 n.3
Carlos Frederico Barboza de Souza,Maria Aparecida Carvalho de Castro,Cleto Caliman,Jo?o Pereira Pinto
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2009, DOI: 10.5752/606
Abstract: No mais profundo centro: Jo o da Cruz e o Sufismo Sadili cantam a uni o transformante Carlos Frederico Barboza de Souza O camel em Belo Horizonte: aspectos da informalidade e da identidade Maria Aparecida Carvalho de Castro Igreja, povo de Deus, sujeito da comunh o e da miss o Cleto Caliman A literatura como questionamento do sujeito da modernidade: Memórias do cárcere, de Graciliano Ramos, e A peste, de Albert Camus Jo o Pereira Pinto O ensino religioso na rede pública estadual de Belo Horizonte -MG: história, modelos e percep es de professores sobre forma o e docência Douglas Cabral Dantas
Religio Cordis: um estudo comparado sobre a concep o de cora o em Ibn ′Arabi e Joao da Cruz
Carlos Frederico Barboza Souza
Horizonte : Revista de Estudos de Teologia e Ciências da Religi?o , 2009, DOI: 10.5752/433
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Clinical Assessment of Treatment Outcomes Following Borago officinalis Extract Therapy in Patients Presenting with Cyclical Mastalgia  [PDF]
Carlos Romualdo Barboza Gama, Ricardo Lasmar, Gustavo Falc?o Gama, Lisa Oliveira, Erika Cesar de Oliveira Naliato, Marcia Gon?alves Ribeiro, Flavia de Paoli, Adenilson de Souza da Fonseca, Camila Sirieiro Abreu, Mauro Geller, Alessandra Santos
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2015.66047
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In order to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Borago officinalis (900 mg borage oil capsules) in the treatment of patients presenting with cyclic mastalgia, 91 subjects were included in the study. Efficacy assessments were performed based on data obtained prior to the start of treatment (Pretreatment), and after each menstrual cycle (Assessment 2—following 45 days of treatment; and Assessment 3—at the end of the 90-day treatment period). Primary efficacy measures considered the results of the Mastalgia Questionnaire, including a 100 mm visual analog pain scale assessing mean, most intense mastalgia severity, and impact on work, sleep, and sexual activity. Safety and tolerability measures included any changes in vital signs and physical exam in relation to pretreatment, any changes in clinical laboratory exams in relation to pretreatment, and the occurrence of adverse events after the first dose of study medication. The VAS scores of the mean mastalgia and most severe mastalgia both showed statistically significant (p < 0.0001) reductions from Pretreatment to Assessment 3. Mean mastalgia scores improved among 92.3% of the treated patients, while most severe mastalgia scores improved among 93.4% of patients. There were statistically significant improvements in the assessments of mastalgia impact on work (χ2 = 28.24; gl = 4; p < 0.0001), sleep (χ2 = 14.29; gl = 4; p = 0.0006), and sexual activity (χ2 = 16.11; gl = 4; p = 0.0029) during the treatment period. The results of this study indicate a significant improvement in the mastalgia of the treated patients together with an improvement in the quality of life parameters evaluated. In terms of safety, the tolerability of the treatment was good, with the presence of some adverse events, all of which had been previously described with use of the Borago officinalis extract. No serious side effects were reported, and the events that did occur were transitory. Based on the results of this study, we concluded that the Borago officinalis extract was safe and effective in the treatment of cyclic mastalgia among the treated patients.
Meningeoma pós-radioterapia
Barboza, Erick de Souza;Panagopoulos, Alexandros Theodoros;Lancellotti, Carmen Lúcia Penteado;Veiga, José Carlos Esteves;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2006000500017
Abstract: meningiomas are neoplasms derived from arachnoid cells with their origin linked to idiopathic genetic abnormalities (delection of the long arm of chromosome 22), predisposing diseases and radiotherapy induction. we report the case of a 50 years-old man radiation-induced meningioma 20 years after the diagnosis, surgical and radiation treatment of an oligodendroglioma. the supporting diagnostic criteria of radiation-induced meningiomas are discussed and the pertinent literature of the theme is revised.
Strain specific variation of outer membrane proteins of wild Yersinia pestis strains subjected to different growth temperatures
Abath, Frederico Guilherme Coutinho;Almeida, Alzira Maria Paiva de;Ferreira, Luís Carlos de Souza;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1990, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761990000100018
Abstract: three yersinia pestis strains isolated from humans and one laboratory strain (ev76) were grown in rich media at 28§c and 37§c and their outer membrane protein composition compared by sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (sds-page). several proteins with molecular weights ranging from 34 kda to 7 kda were observed to change in relative abundance in samples grown at different temperatures. at least seven y. pestis outer membrane proteins showed a temperature-dependent and strain-specific behaviour. some differences between the outer membrane proteins of full-pathogenic wild isolates and the ev76 strain could aldso be detected and the relevance of this finding on the use of laboratory strains as a reference to the study of y. pestis biological properties is discuted.
Patogenicidade de Verticillium lecanii ao pulg?o-do-pinus
Loureiro, Elisangela de Souza;Oliveira, Nádia Cristina de;Wilcken, Carlos Frederico;Batista Filho, Antonio;
Revista árvore , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622004000500017
Abstract: the objective of this work was to evaluate the pathogenicity of the entomopathogenic fungus verticillium lecanii isolate ibcb 473 to the aphid cinara atlantica (hemiptera: aphididae), insect pest in pinus spp plantations. the trials were conduced in a completely randomized design, treatments with 5 repetitions, and each repetition consisting of one petri dish (9 cm of diameter) containing 10 nymphs. suspensions adjusted to concentrations of 1,0 ' 106; 0,5 ' 107; 1,0 ' 107; 0,5 ' 108 e 1,0 ' 108 conidia/ml were tested by spraying 1ml over the nymphs. sterilized water was used as control treatment. the petri dishes were maintained at 25±1°c, 70±10% rh and 12-hour photophase. the evaluations were carried out daily, recording the individual mortality of each treatment. the best concentration was 1,0 x 108 conidia/ml with mortality of 86,0% after five days. lt50 for each concentration was 5,82; 5,24; 4,60; 4,34 and 3,83 days, respectively.
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