Monthly Archives: February, 2013

Heraclitus

For Heraclitus (centuries VI and V C), Greek philosopher, nothing is immovable, invariant, that is, nothing he remains what he is; in contrast, everything is changedded, everything is in movement, everything flows, everything is to devir. The engine of this transformation is the contradiction that is contained in all the things. This wants to say […]

Justice

The divorce can represent a legalization of the discord between the couple, that takes to a reorganization of the domestic structure and the convivncia between parents and children, generating distresses and uncertainties in all the members of the family and threatening the personal stability of these, causing changes in the familiar dynamics (SCHABBEL, 2005). The […]