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Picasso alquimista: Una lectura de "Las Meninas"
Aisthesis , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-71812010000100018
Abstract: the objective of this essay is to reflect on picasso's las meninas según velázquez, painted in 1957. we have chosen three moments to develop our thesis: in the first place, we will develop a critical revisión of the classical lectures on las meninas since foucault published his essay in les mots et les choses (1966); secondly, and taking as a starting point rosalind krauss' essay on picasso, the picasso papers, we will read the series as a dialectic of fake and falsification, and finally we will analyze the relationship between form and content through the problem-posing of musical variation. we would like to point out that what is revolutionary in picasso's series is indeed their fake power.
A no??o de das Ding em Jacques Lacan
Lucero, Ariana;
Psicologia Clínica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-56652009000200002
Abstract: the present article aims to explicit the lacanian usage of the notion of das ding extracted from freud's ([1895] 1995) entwurf einer psychologie. we will also try to show at what point das ding can clarify important aspects of lacan's work, such as the relationship of the infant with the other, as well as the statute of the latter; and the question of the translation of the term vorstellungsrepr?sentanz to presentation-of-representation.
Rethinking the Third World Novel
Adelaida Lucero
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 1997,
Abstract: Third World fiction emanates from the Third World experience of exploitation, dehumanization and dislocation, shaped by the oppressive triad of geography, culture and history. As the author treats of the agonies, protestations and aspirations of file wretched of the earth, the novel revolves around two main complementary themes: protest and affirmation. The protest, which occurs in three levels, is directed externally or internally, against colonizers and minority power groups, and neocolonizers and sub-oppressors, respectively. The theme of affirmation comes in two forms: the assertion of a glorious past, culture, or civilization, and the affirmation of human dignity, fraternity and liberty. When these themes thus assault lie consciousness of the reading millions, the possibilities for collective social transformation become tremendous.
Empiricism, Structuralism and Scientific Change
Susana Lucero
Principia : an International Journal of Epistemology , 2008,
Abstract: In the last decades there was a structural turn in the classic debate between scientific realists and antirealists with empiricist orientation. Two main arguments support the realist conception: the ‘No Miracle Argument’ and the thesis of continuity. The thesis of continuity states that some parts of a theory are retained when a scientific change takes place. In a current famous article, J. Worrall (1989) defends the continuity argument by stating that what is preserved in the succession of two empirically successful theories are the relations among the postulated entities and not the nature of the relata (structural or syntactical realism). Based on this perspective, van Fraassen introduces his position named Empiricist Structuralism, which claims that only the structures of phenomena are retained. This conception tries to explain the success of science and at the same time defend the continuity of structures. I will demonstrate in this paper that the accomplishment of the two mentioned requirements imply a capitulation in favor of realistic intuitions.
Robotics Potential Fields
Jordi Lucero
Undergraduate Journal of Mathematical Modeling : One + Two , 2009, DOI: 10.5038/2326-3652.2.1.3
Abstract: This problem was to calculate the path a robot would take to navigate an obstacle field and get to its goal. Three obstacles were given as negative potential fields which the robot avoided, and a goal was given a positive potential field that attracted the robot. The robot decided each step based on its distance, angle, and influence from every object. After each step, the robot recalculated and determined its next step until it reached its goal. The robot's calculations and steps were simulated with Microsoft Excel.
Picasso alquimista: Una lectura de "Las Meninas" Alchemist Picasso: a Reading of "Las Meninas"
Guadalupe Lucero
Aisthesis , 2010,
Abstract: Este texto presenta una lectura de la serie Las meninas según Velázquez que Picasso realizó en 1957, articulada en tres momentos: 1) revisión de las interpretaciones clásicas de Las Meninas, que poco después de la aparición de la serie picassiana se reactivan en torno al clásico texto de Michel Foucault que preludia Las palabras y las cosas; 2) presentación de la serie a la luz de una dialéctica de la falsificación y 3) análisis del vínculo forma-contenido a partir de la problematización de la noción misma de "variación", buscando algunas resonancias con la lógica musical de la variación. Consideramos que la radicalidad del ejercicio picassiano se encuentra en el centro de lo que se le reprocha: su potencia falsificante. The objective of this essay is to reflect on Picasso's Las meninas según Velázquez, painted in 1957. We have chosen three moments to develop our thesis: in the first place, we will develop a critical revisión of the classical lectures on Las Meninas since Foucault published his essay in Les mots et les choses (1966); secondly, and taking as a starting point Rosalind Krauss' essay on Picasso, The Picasso Papers, we will read the series as a dialectic of fake and falsification, and finally we will analyze the relationship between form and content through the problem-posing of musical variation. We would like to point out that what is revolutionary in Picasso's series is indeed their fake power.
El aborto en Colombia: dinámica sociodemográfica y tensiones socioculturales
Lucero Zamudio
Revista Derecho del Estado , 2000,
Política social y movimientos sociales: la irrupción de las organizaciones piqueteras
Marcelo Lucero
Espiral , 2006,
Abstract: La emergencia de las organizaciones piqueteras ha replanteado, sin duda, el escenario político argentino, en especial desde diciembre de 2001. Me interesa en el presente trabajo esbozar el impacto que esto ha tenido especialmente en el campo de las políticas asistenciales; desafiando en el plano de la implementación muchos de los modos y supuestos neoliberales que configuran la intervención pública desde los a os noventa e instalando nuevas referencias entre los sectores populares a la hora de pensar las relaciones con las instituciones del Estado en materia social.
Racial Geographies, Imperial Transitions: Property Ownership and Race Relations in Cienfuegos, Cuba, 1894–1899
Bonnie Lucero
Journal of Transnational American Studies , 2011,
Abstract: This article explores race relations in the provincial city of Cienfuegos, Cuba, during a time of immense political change from 1894 to 1899. In those five years, Cuba was transformed from a Spanish colony struggling for independence to an occupied territory of the United States. This political transformation brought into direct confrontation two models of race relations: one Spanish, characterized by racial integration, and the other American, renowned for Jim Crow segregation. This essay examines the lived significance of this political transformation through interracial property transactions recorded in the notarial protocols of Cienfuegos. The findings suggest that the final war of independence provided opportunities for Afro-descendants to purchase prime properties within the official city bounds. Yet, with US intervention in 1898, a subtle but increasing marginalization of men and women of color from the market in urban property is evident. Lucero contends that this marginalization reflects a shift in race relations due to the American imperial presence.
Una propuesta de análisis lingüístico-poético de cuatro de los Cantares de Dzitbalché
Meléndez Guadarrama, Lucero;
Estudios de cultura maya , 2008,
Abstract: the research on the cantares of dzitbalché from a linguistic-poetic perspective enables mayanist to consider these texts as a register of a language with special formal characteristics. based on the roman jakobson proposal, it is possible to appreciate that in the cantares there is a predominance of the poetic function over the rest of the functions of the language and it is manifested with literary figures as the anaphora, parallelism and alliteration. through phonic and syntactic resources, the axis of selection and combination interact and give us as a result marked linguistic forms. the aspects related with the translation of the literary figures of the indigenous texts are discussed in this article as well. furthermore, i propose a phonetic transcription of the text that is more related to the characteristics of the spoken maya yucatec than those employed in the colonial register.
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