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Sedu??o e persuas?o: os "deliciosos" perigos da sofística
Silva, Markus Figueira da;
Cadernos CEDES , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-32622004000300005
Abstract: this paper updates a polemic that goes through the relations between philosophy and education, since the encounter among plato and the sophists: is it the virtue that has to be taught? is it politics? is it rhetoric? the thesis defended here is that the current dominion of the ignorance and the utility is a result of the regrettable result of the triumph from the ideals of the sophists over the platonic ones.
A No o Epicúrea de Eustatheía e a Téchne Hé Ietriké
Markus Figueira da Silva
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 1998,
Epicuro e a Morte como a Perda da Subjetividade
Markus Figueira da Silva
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 1995,
Ensaio acerca da imagem Poética: Bachelard e Jo o do Rio
Markus Figueira da Silva
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 1995,
Morte, de Giovanni Casertano
Markus Figueira da Silva
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 2004,
Abstract: Resenha do livro "Morte", de Giovanni Casertano.
Sabedoria e Jardim
Markus Figueira
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 1994,
Do Equilíbrio da Alma
Markus Figueira
Princípios : Revista de Filosofia , 1999,
The Ethics and the Meaning of Life among College Students  [PDF]
Maria Helena de Agrela Gon?alves Jardim, Geraldo Bezerra da Silva Junior, Márcia Lúcia Sousa Dias Alves, Bruna Raquel Figueira Ornelas de Gouveia, Rita Baptista Silva
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2018.94019
Abstract: The concern of the ethics and the meaning of life in young adults became universal and are present in all contexts of human life. Such universality is due to the development of modern rationality, to establish a relationship between the intrinsic theoretical dimensions (scientific) and practical dimensions (ethical), originated that are present in the own array of knowledge. This descriptive cross-sectional study, aims to identify the values of the ethical dimension and meaning of life defended by the college students of the Universities of Madeira, Portugal and Fortaleza, Brazil. The sample consists of 605 University students (Madeira = 225 and Fortaleza = 380), with an average age of 21 years and a standard deviation of 2. We used the questionnaire on values (adapted from the European Values Survey). Most of the young people referred to have a religion (60% wood and 78.4% stronghold), being the most Catholic, however, present in your frequency disinterest and, yet, in Brazil there is a greater diversity of religions. Supporting the intervention of religious institutions in situations of everyday life is accepted mostly by Brazilians, with the exception of politics (35.5%). On the other hand, the university students of the University of Madeira understand that Religious Institutions should only give their opinion on racial discrimination (76.6%). Believe in God (90.8% and 55.1% Stronghold) and Soul (80.3% and 66.4% Stronghold) are beliefs more referred to by college students. These results are intended to contribute in the field of research on ethical values and meaning of life in young people. This study contributes to future comparative research among university students and to developing strategic programs in education and health, increasing the success and excellence in the formation of a full citizenship, preventing the fanaticisms and the social discrimination that today devastate the collective globally.
Corpus Callosum Index: A practical method for long-term follow-up in multiple sclerosis
Figueira, Fernando Faria Andrade;Santos, Valeria Silva dos;Figueira, Gustavo Medeiros Andrade;Silva, ?ngela Correa Marques da;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2007000600001
Abstract: rather than acute inflammation, long-standing multiple sclerosis (ms) course is hallmarked by relentless axonal loss and brain atrophy, both with subtle clinical expression and scarcely visible on conventional mri studies. brain atrophy imaging has sophisticated methodological requirements, not always practical and accessible to most centers. corpus callosum (cc) is a major inter-hemispheric white matter bundle, grossly affected by long term ms and easily assessed by mri. to determine whether a practical imaging method can reliably follow presumed axonal loss in patients with progressive ms, we designed a 5-year prospective open label study, enrolling 128 consecutive patients (75 relapsing-remitting (rr) and 53 secondary-progressive (sp)), on regular immunomodulatory therapy compared to control group, formed by 23 patients with mri considered normal. on a conventional best mid-saggital t1w, cc index (cci) was obtained by measuring anterior, medium and posterior segments of cc, normalized to its greatest anteroposterior diameter using an orthogonal semi-automated linear system. cci was measured at baseline and at least once yearly. results were plotted intra-individually; baseline values were used as reference. at baseline, cci was able to distinguish sp patients from rr and controls, and on follow-up, despite some overlap, demonstrated a progressive reduction from baseline on both rr and sp groups compared to controls. from the third year on, difference between sp and rr patients reached statistical significance, which did not correlated with disability measured by edss. so, a corpus callosum index proved practical and feasible to longitudinally demonstrate morphometric callosal changes with potential to be used as a tool for long-term follow-up, mostly in sp patients.
Cerebrovascular disease in pediatric patients
Rotta Newra Tellechea,Silva Alexandre Rodrigues da,Silva Flora Luciana Figueira da,Ohlweiler Lygia
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2002,
Abstract: Although rare in childhood, stroke may have a serious impact when it happens in this stage of life. Also, it may be the first sign of a systemic disease. We report 12 cases of patients with stroke treated in the Neuropediatrics Unit of Hospital de Clínicas de Porto Alegre (HCPA) from March 1997 to March 2000. All patients, from term infants to 12-year-old children hospitalized in the Pediatrics Unit of HCPA, had clinical suspicion of stroke, which was later confirmed by radiological studies. Patient follow up ranged from 1 to 6 years (mean = 3.4 years). Presenting symptoms were hemiparesis in 9 patients, seizures in 7, deviation of labial commissure in 3, and loss of consciousness in 1. The increase in the number of cases of childhood stroke identified and later confirmed by noninvasive methods had helped in the determination of different ethiologies of stroke: the most frequent being hematologic, cardiac and genetic diseases. However, our study included 6 newborns with stroke whose ethiology was not identified. Seven children with seizures received phenobarbital. Six term infants had neonatal seizures secondary to stroke and restricted to the first 72 hours of life.
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