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Um museu para o século XXI: o Museu Paulista e os desafios para os novos tempos
Glezer, Raquel;
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-47142003000100002
Abstract: this essay peers into the knowledge about museu paulista, in its two buildings, in s?o paulo and itu: what is it in our days; how it was created and transformed into a history museum; the historical contents shown within its walls as a materialized past; the historical, national and international contexts, which are not cited; the actual social demands and the need of a project for the future.
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Raquel Glezer
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
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Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
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Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
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Um museu para o século XXI: o Museu Paulista e os desafios para os novos tempos
Raquel Glezer
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
Abstract: This essay peers into the knowledge about Museu Paulista, in its two buildings, in S o Paulo and Itu: what is it in our days; how it was created and transformed into a History museum; the historical contents shown within its walls as a materialized past; the historical, national and international contexts, which are not cited; the actual social demands and the need of a project for the future.
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Raquel Glezer
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
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Um museu para o século XXI: o Museu Paulista e os desafios para os novos tempos
Raquel Glezer
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2003,
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La Psychiatrie publique à l’épreuve des murs de la prison
Daniel Glezer
Criminocorpus, Revue Hypermédia , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/criminocorpus.2043
Abstract: Je voudrais à mon tour remercier Catherine Paulet, de m’avoir convié à cette réunion de famille, comme disait Alain Abrieu, qui s’est montré courageux, de parler de football dans ces temps difficiles. Si on évoque une réunion de famille, il faut alors m’identifier au Patriarche , avec l’inconfort de l’age même si je crois n’avoir pas participé à la première période post-révolutionnaire dont on vient d’entendre parler. Je vais donc rappeler les grandes étapes qui ont entouré l’ouverture du ...
HERMENêUTICA E REALIDADE: O DEBATE METODOLóGICO ENTRE HART, DWORKIN E RAZ
Rubens Eduardo Glezer
Fides : Revista de Filosofia do Direito, do Estado e da Sociedade , 2010,
Abstract: Este artigo pretende apontar como as diferentes op es de hermenêutica, que por sua vez se fundam em diferentes fundamentos teóricos do direito, decorrem de diferentes concep es sobre realidade. Através do debate realizado, em um primeiro nível, entre Herbert Hart e Ronald Dworkin e também, em um segundo nível, entre Joseph Raz e Ronald Dworkin, optou-se por explorar a origem das diferen as de premissa entre o positivismo atual e o que se tem convencionado chamar de pós-positivismo.
Economic Viability of Semi-Confined and Confined Milk Production Systems in Free-Stall and Compost Barn  [PDF]
Raquel Breitenbach
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2018.95046
Abstract: The objective of this research was to survey the productivity, costs, agricultural income and economic viability of Semi-Confined and confined milk production systems in Free-Stall and Compost Barn in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. In order to perform the research, four milk production units were selected in each of the three systems studied. Compared to the others, the Semi-Confined system had greater return of capital invested per year, as well as higher agricultural income per animal and per area, while the confined system in Compost Barn had higher farm incomes per man work unit and total farm incomes due to greater productive scale of properties. The Free-Stall system had the worst economic results. It was not possible to define an ideal system for the state, since the specificities of each property should be analyzed for choosing the system, especially the availability of the factors of production land, capital and labor.
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