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O encontro entre dan?a e educa??o somática como uma interface de questionamento epistemológico sobre as teorias do corpo
Domenici, Eloisa;
Pro-Posi??es , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-73072010000200006
Abstract: this article focuses on the collaboration between somatic education and dance as a sub-space for production of qualified knowledge on the body. it is argued that the practices of somatic education have provided new kinds of investigation and creation, making significant changes in the ways of making dance and producing new aesthetic concepts that present other ideas than the ones from the classical mechanist epistemology. our hypothesis is that this hybrid zone between art and science has been mobilizing important conceptions, such as memory, cognition, movement, habit, nature, and culture, among others, producing an important support for new epistemologies on the body.
Rossella Ropa - Cinzia Venturoli, Donne e lavoro: un'identità difficile. Lavoratrici in Emilia Romagna (1860-1960)
Betti, Eloisa
Storicamente , 2011,
Abstract: review of Rossella Ropa - Cinzia Venturoli, Donne e lavoro: un'identità difficile. Lavoratrici in Emilia Romagna (1860-1960)
Dataciones de época histórica en el yacimiento en Cueva de Iritegi (O ati, Gipuzkoa).
Eloisa Uribarri
Munibe Antropologia-Arkeologia , 1994,
Abstract: En el transcurso de las cuatro campa as arqueológicas llevadas a cabo en el cueva de Iritegi se han localizado varios niveles que han proporcionado dataciones de época histórica. Presentamos la estratigrafía y materiales cerámicos y metálicos de este periodo y la relación existente entre este yacimiento y las diversas rutas pastoriles que existen en su entorno.
Scientific communication in italy: an epistemological interpretation
Cianci Eloisa
JCOM : Journal of Science Communication , 2003,
Abstract: The aim of the present research is to study the “c ollective imaginary” produced by the articles within scientific circulation, in order to understand the perception of science that is shaping among the public. It is meant to identify, based on the theoretical background of cognitive science and on a epistemological perspective, the cognitive maps that drive the analysis and the interpretation of scientific knowledge, in order to let the global sense built by single individuals’ cognitions and interpretative acts arise; their paradigms of reference and the scientific imaginary being subtended. The results from this analysis have proven how important the role of collective scientific imaginary can be in a “ knowledgeable society” . Twelve cognitive maps have been deduced, and they represent the epistemological outlines the articles refer to. They have highlighted an ongoing general transition from mechanicist and reductionist paradigms of reference to other olistic and systemic ones, as well as the new role that technology has attained within our society and its own imaginary. What comes out of all of this, is therefore an always-tighter need for collaboration and cooperation among all the disciplines concurring to the building of our society and our science.
Solving the Einstein constraints in periodic spaces with a multigrid approach
Eloisa Bentivegna
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/31/3/035004
Abstract: Novel applications of Numerical Relativity demand for more flexible algorithms and tools. In this paper, I develop and test a multigrid solver, based on the infrastructure provided by the Einstein Toolkit, for elliptic partial differential equations on spaces with periodic boundary conditions. This type of boundary often characterizes the numerical representation of cosmological models, where space is assumed to be made up of identical copies of a single fiducial domain, so that only a finite volume (with periodic boundary conditions at its edges) needs to be simulated. After a few tests and comparisons with existing codes, I use the solver to generate initial data for an infinite, periodic, cubic black-hole lattice.
Black-hole lattices
Eloisa Bentivegna
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: The construction of black-hole lattices, first attempted by Richard Lindquist and John Wheeler in 1957, has recently been tackled with renewed interest, as a test bed for studying the behavior of inhomogeneities in the context of the backreaction problem. In this contribution, I discuss how black-hole lattices can help shed light on two important issues, and illustrate the conclusions reached so far in the study of these systems.
Caracteriza??o da resistência de Blattella germanica (L.) (Dictyoptera: Blattellidae) a Deltametrina e clorpirifós e rela??es de resistência cruzada com fipronil
Salmeron, Eloisa;Omoto, Celso;
Neotropical Entomology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2003000100030
Abstract: the objectives of this study were to characterize the resistance of blattella germanica (l.) to deltamethrin and chlorpyrifos and to evaluate their cross-resistance relationships to fipronil. the isolation of resistance was done under laboratory conditions from field-collected populations. three cycles of selection pressure with deltamethrin and chlorpyrifos were conducted to obtain the deltamethrin-r and chlorpyrifos-r strains. the estimated ld50 for the susceptible (sus) strain was 0.24 (ic 95% 0.18 - 0.31) and for deltamethrin-r strain was 10.26 (ic 95% 7.28 - 14.17) mg deltametrina/mg. for chlorpyrifos, ld50 for the sus strain was 4.16 (ic 95% 2.80 - 5.33) and for chlorpyrifos-r strain was 24.98 (ic 95% 20.90 - 30.28) mg chlorpyrifos/mg. therefore, the resistance ratios were approximately 43- and 6-fold to deltamethrin and chlorpyrifos, respectively. a low intensity of cross-resistance (approximately 2-fold) was observed between fipronil and the insecticides deltamethrin and chlorpyrifos. thus, fipronil can be used as a good candidate in resistance management programs of b. germanica to deltamethrin and chlorpyrifos.
A psicoterapia diante da liberdade humana: uma discuss?o orteguiana
Aguiar, Eloisa Nogueira;
Fractal : Revista de Psicologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-02922012000100008
Abstract: the article deals with human freedom from the legacy of philosopher josé ortega y gasset as a possible way to human understanding. after all, psychotherapy deals primarily with the problem of freedom, as the man replies that comes to the meeting. the philosopher of madrid, to put man as the protagonist of his life, promotes openness to the specific attention, marking a clinical attitude to abandon any reduction in the human dimensions purely organic, psychological or social, reducing it, so the amorphous figure of whom little or nothing you can do for yourself.
A pedagogia e a educa??o infantil
Rocha, Eloisa Acires Candal;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-24782001000100004
Abstract: the present reflection resulted from an investigation which produced theoretical considerations based on empirical data and previous theoretical elaborations which allow the author to propose the possibility of developing an authentic pedagogy of child education, which she prefers to denominate the pedagogy of childhood. this takes as its principal concern the children themselves. it is a pedagogy which would transcend that didactic knowledge resulting from a general pedagogic school action and from those teaching-learning processes which are not appropriate in the analysis of the non-school pedagogic spaces, so frequent in taking care of boys and girls in the 0 to 6 year age range.
Associa??o do RIFLE com letalidade e tempo de interna??o em pacientes críticos com les?o renal aguda
Santos, Eloisa Rosso dos;
Revista Brasileira de Terapia Intensiva , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-507X2009000400005
Abstract: objective: to correlate the rifle classification with mortality and length of stay both in the intensive care unit and hospital. methods: a prospective, observational, longitudinal cohort study, approved by the institution's ethics committee. data were collected for all patients staying longer than 24 hours in the intensive care unit of hospital universitário polydoro ernani de s?o thiago - universidade federal de santa catarina from september 2007 to march 2008, followed-up either until discharge or death. patients were divided in two groups: with or without acute kidney injury. the acute kidney injury group was additionally divided according to the rifle and sub-divided according to the maximal score in risk, injury of failure. loss and end-stage classes were not included in the study. apache ii and sofa were also evaluated. the t student and chi-square tests were used. a p<0.05 was considered statistically significant. results: the sample included 129 patients, 52 (40.3%) with acute kidney injury according to rifle. patients were more severely ill in this group, with higher apache and sofa scores (p<0.05). compared to the without kidney injury group, the kidney injury severity caused increased intensive care unity (risk 25%; injury 37.5%; failure 62.5%) and in-hospital (risk 50%; injury 37.5%; failure 62.5%) mortality, and longer intensive care unit stay (p<0.05). conclusion: the rifle system, according to the severity class, was a marker for risk of increased intensive care unit and in-hospital mortality, and longer intensive care unit stay. no relationship with in-hospital length of stay was found.
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