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Naturotherapies Based on Minerals  [PDF]
Celso de Sousa Figueiredo Gomes
Geomaterials (GM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/gm.2013.31001

Since the antiquity, and on an empirical basis, man has accumulated experience on the benefits and risks of minerals (such as, special clay, mud and sand) and other mineral resources (such as, salt, sea water, spring water, underground water, volcanic emissions and dust) on human health. Man and minerals are chemical systems sharing a common composition, comprising major, minor and trace chemical elements, such as, oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, sulphur, phosphor, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, iron, silicon, zinc, selenium, copper, manganese and fluorine, all essential to life, to a high standard of living and to the formation of minerals; in the natural environment where man lives minerals and chemical elements are omnipresent, therefore, interactions are expected to occur and to condition mans life and his standard of living, in turn highly determined by our health state. Examples of the properties and medicinal use of certain types of special clay, certain types of special sand, and certain types of special natural mineral water, thermal or not, in the treatment of particular types of health affections will be disclosed.

FHC: o intelectual como político
Lafer, Celso;
Novos Estudos - CEBRAP , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-33002009000100004
Abstract: the point of departure of the article is a discussion of the social roles intellectuals play in the political life of modern societies. subsequently an analysis of the difficulties that intellectuals tend to have, when exercising power, in dealing with political realities is presented. in this context the article discusses the why and the how fhc is a rare case of a successful intellectual in the politics of a complex democratic country, of continental dimension, with the specificities of contemporary brazil. the association of theory and experience in the political judgment of fhc in dealing with the realities he faced as president is explored as well as his style of leadership that blended change and pacification, always bearing in mind the sense of direction of his outlook as an intellectual.
Adolescências e identidades estéticas no cotidiano
Vitelli, Celso;
Educa??o em Revista , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-46982009000300004
Abstract: this article deals with the contemporary transformations that have put forward different views of important concepts, of which we highlight those of culture, consumption, esthetics, adolescence and art. these concepts, related to one another, have been approached having the adolescent as the center of the discussion. the study attempts to bring the quotidian of the adolescent to the center of the scene, valuing every action and speech as a means to enable the investigation of adolescence, whereas considering the speed of the changes that mark the present time and space. the investigation has unveiled a quotidian in which adolescence is celebrated in our culture, at the same time influenced by a society strongly directed towards consumption, interfering in the conception of social and cultural values constantly produced and reproduced.
A sociologia da literatura de Lucien Goldmann
Frederico, Celso;
Estudos Avan?ados , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40142005000200022
Abstract: lucien goldmann's literary studies fall into two distinct phases. in the first, relying mainly on contributions of the young lukács (soul and form and the theory of the novel), goldmann sought to establish a homology between the novelistic form and social life. moreover, falling back on history and class-consciousness, he sought to give a historicist and dialectical treatment to the youthful texts of the hungarian thinker by interpreting literature as an articulate expression of the "views of the world" held by various classes and social groups. in the second phase, marked by pessimism and the influence of structuralist ideas, then in vogue, goldmann's essays ceased to seek mediations between the written work and social life. taken by surprise by the maelstrom of 1968, goldmann engaged himself in a self-critical movement, interrupted by his premature death in 1970.
Experiência, a??o e narrativa: reflex?es sobre um curso de Hannah Arendt
Lafer, Celso;
Estudos Avan?ados , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40142007000200022
Abstract: the article examines the intellectual relevance of hannah arendt?s graduate course, "political experiences of the twentieth century", given in the fall of 1965 at cornell university. the article draws on my notes taken as her student in this course and on her own notes prepared for the course that are in her papers in the library of congress. the article relates, on the basis of her papers in the library of congress, this course to a previous one offered in 1955 at the university of california and to a subsequent one in 1968 given at the new school for social research. the article explores how these courses are relevant for the understanding of the importance in hannah arendt?s work of experience, narrative, action, imagination, reflective judgement, that are critical components of her originality as a major thinker of the xxth century.
Entre inconformismo e reformismo
Furtado, Celso;
Estudos Avan?ados , 1990, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40141990000100013
Abstract: this is a paper-synthesis where the author summarizes his theory of development and underdevelopment. some basic ideas are here presented: the economic theory of development must start wiht the study of history; underdevelopment is a specific historical and economical phenomenon, that cannot be thought in terms of linear stages of history; this historical phenomenon must be studied in structural terms, relating the historic and the economic aspects; the basic characteristic of underdevelopment is the dependency relation, expressed in the center-periphery system; in the study of development the basic concept to start with is the concept of social surplus, its forms of appropriation and utilization. the paper ends with an analysis of the frustrations of a reformist. protectionism, that was justifiable in a first phase of industrialization, was maintained too long in latin america; in a second phase, an active economic policy for exports was necessary. on the other hand the populist risk was always present, while the real social problems related to a high level of income concentration were not solved.
Tradición poética y mito en la poesía de Elí Galindo
Letras , 2009,
Abstract: we attempt an in-depth look into the poetry of eli galindo, with the poetic tradition and myth as reading guidelines. as he continues a poetic trend started in venezuela by josé antonio ramos sucre, and further worked by francisco pérez perdomo, galindo builds up a work that creates a poetic mood on the basis of great archetypes, whose fundamental intertext is dante?s devine comedy. masks and polyphony are essential strategies in a poetics that, despite its little prolixity, stands as a valuable landmark in venezuelan poetry. that mythical plinth that supports the work of eli galindo reflects a suis generis philosophy, that hands the readers a vision of the world where existentialist issues, such as death and solitude, weave themselves into a quite original thought in our poetry. for the research we intend here, we will use his book san baudelaire, which comprises the very short, but dense, poetic work of eli galindo. we will carry out this exploration on the basis of phenomenology, in the very particular view of gastón bachelard, for whom the materiality of the poetic incarnates not in the metaphoric world but in an imaginary of things in its most naked reality. we start from the hypothesis that what galindo?s poetry says is what it shows at first; form that we device our analysis, from there we configure a cosmologic philosophy that accounts for the poetic ontology of this venezuelan writer.
A soberania e os direitos humanos
Lafer, Celso;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 1995, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64451995000100006
Abstract: the hobbesian claim that in international relations there is no way of submitting the subjectivism of the sovereingties to ethical constraints may be rejected on either grotius' or kant's terms. but only a broadly kantian approach is able to recognize the universality of human rights and to meet two kinds of challenge to international coexistence: those related to the centripetal forces of global economic interdependence and those related to the centrifugal forces arising from the sharpening of national, ethnic and religious differences.
Representa??es das masculinidades hegemónicas e subalternas no cinema
Análise Social , 2011,
Abstract: this article discusses part of the theory proposed by robert connell regarding masculinity as portrayed in the film crash, by paul haggis. we analyze two forms of masculinity in the film (hegemonic and subaltern) and their relationships to power, including the culture of the image, specifically, the language of film.
Atenea (Concepción) , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-04622009000200009
Abstract: in this article, we place in discussion the polemical concept of intra-history, introduced by the spanish philosopher miguel de unamuno in his book en torno al casticismo, edited in 1895. our objective is to correlate it to the vision of history developed in the 20th century called micro-history, whose principal ideologue was the italian carlo ginzburg. we begin with the following premise: unamuno’s intra-history views history from a minimalist version of social events, which helps us to link his concept to the study of the everyday and the local. for unamuno, history should be interested in the routes whose principle leading roles are played by its peripheral actors; that is to say, the paths followed by those men who make history in an unconscious manner, by those who do not aspire to the title of heroes. and so the writer places his bets on the "living tradition", the paradoxical tradition of the present. furthermore, we can observe in these ideas of unamuno a rejection of tragic history which is woven through the force of intrigues. where do unamuno’s and ginzburg’s thought meet? we believe that they coincide in the reduction in scale of the study of history. the historical event is not the monumental fresco that encourages the mythification of politicians, military men and priests, the traditional heroes of history; it is more precisely demotic in the sense understood by the spaniard, or in the study of "the cultures of the subaltern classes", according to the vision of the italian. correlating the ideas of both writers can be a productive path in understanding the complexity of local culture in light of the latin american cultural climate.

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