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O jovem Nietzsche leitor de Wagner
Sochodolak, Hélio;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742011000200002
Abstract: following clues from the young reader, nietzsche, with regards to his intense and passionate relationship with music, we can historically approach his initial involvement in the wagnerian cause during the late 1860s and early 1870s. the ideas and writings of richard wagner echoed nietzschian concerns in his search for a style, for the sonorous quality in words, and for the enthusiasm of the reader. in his correspondence and in his writings, we see a young philologist (philosopher) excited, but sometimes suspicious: does wagner represent an alternative to a new cultural model for the germans in the second half of the 19th century? could a musician teach a nation to establish new relationships through words? could he teach a more artistic manner of reading?
Reading and freedom in the writings of the young Nietzsche Leitura e liberdade nos escritos do jovem Nietzsche
Hélio Sochodolak
Revista de História Regional , 2008,
Abstract: The aim of this article is the theme of freedom and the self in the autobiographic writings and correspondence of the young Nietzsche in the beginning of the 1870s. His reading and writing showed a path to freedom, possibility the self and fighting the non-free elements that the young Nietzsche could see in his time and even in himself. The young Nietzsche felt the need to free himself to develop an artistic style of writing, corresponding to the sound of good music, in order to do so, he longed for a community of readers / writers who could share common goals and pleasures. O alvo deste artigo é o tema da liberdade e do autoconhecimento nos escritos autobiográficos e na correspondência do jovem Nietzsche, até o início da década de 1870. A leitura e a escrita indicavam um caminho para a liberdade, possibilitavam o autoconhecimento e o combate dos elementos n o-livres que o jovem Nietzsche podia perceber em seu tempo e em si-mesmo. O jovem Nietzsche sentia a necessidade de libertar-se para desenvolver um estilo artístico de escrita, correspondente ao som de uma boa música, para isso necessitava de uma comunidade de leitores/escritores que pudesse partilhar objetivos e prazeres comuns.
SIGNIFICADOS DA LEITURA PARA O JOVEM NIETZSCHE
Hélio Sochodolak
Revista de História Regional , 2007,
Abstract: On the basis of some indications we tried to mount a picture of some representations that the young Nietzsche made on the act of readind and writing. It is observed that such representations, initially marked by very personal objectives, acquired a political and contestatory meaning regarding the forms of reading taught in Germany during the second half of the 19th Century. Com base em vários indícios, procuramos montar um quadro sobre algumas representa es que o jovem Nietzsche fez sobre o ato de ler e de escrever. Observa-se que tais representa es, a princípio marcadas por objetivos bem pessoais, v o adquirindo um significado político e contestatório para com as formas de ler, ensinadas na Alemanha da segunda metade do século XIX.
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Hélio Sochodolak
Revista Tempo, Espa?o e Linguagem , 2010,
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Hélio Sochodolak
Revista Tempo, Espa?o e Linguagem , 2011,
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Hélio Sochodolak
Revista Tempo, Espa?o e Linguagem , 2010,
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Editorial: Escrita e narrativa da História
Hélio Sochodolak
Revista Tempo, Espa?o e Linguagem , 2010,
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O faxinal e a narrativa trágica
Hélio Sochodolak,Jair Antunes
Revista Tempo, Espa?o e Linguagem , 2010,
Abstract: This essay presents tragic narrative as a world view manifestationin Faxinal people inhabiting Southern Paraná state, Brazil. For the Greek,tragic narrative was the locus in which the Hellenic community set aside all individualization, taking the perspective of a natural unit of origin. As logic-Socratic perspective rose, such tragic perspective would have been lost to Westernness. However, we believe that in some extent and operating through analogies, to this day we can find elements similar to the Greek tragic culture in the narratives of populations in the margins of the dominant scientificist culture. In oral narratives and in rituals of Faxinal populations, aspects of a certain perspective emerge – a perspective which brings back a great amount of elements which had constituted pre-Platonic tragedy, and a part of the Hellenic quotidian in century V b.C. This can be seen in the cyclical perspective of time, for example, which breaks the linear perspective of Western temporality, counting time as the seasons pass, or as holy days of planting and harvest pass. We intend to work in this article from this perspective in contemporary tragic narrative.
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Hélio Sochodolak,Oseias de Oliveira
Revista Tempo, Espa?o e Linguagem , 2011,
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Hemorrhoids: an experimental model in monkeys
Plapler, Hélio;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502006000500014
Abstract: purpose: hemorrhoids are a matter of concern due to a painful outcome. we describe a simple, easy and reliable experimental model to produce hemorrhoids in monkeys. methods: 14 monkeys (cebus apella) were used. after general anesthesia, hemorrhoids were induced by ligation of the inferior hemorrhoidal vein, which is very alike to humans. the vein was located through a perianal incision, dissected and ligated with a 3-0 vicryl. the skin was sutured with a 4-0 catgut thread. animals were kept in appropriate cages and evaluated daily. results: nine days later there were hemorrhoidal piles in the anus in fifty percent (50%) of the animals. outcome was unremarkable. there was no bleeding and all animals showed no signs of pain or suffering. conclusion: this is an affordable and reliable experimental model to induce hemorrhoids for experimental studies.
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