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Metropolis Paris

The baroque drama is seen by Benjamim while idea. Thus the idea possesss a intemporal constitution that allows a phenomenon of the past if to recognize in the one of the gift. The described medieval mosaic for Benjamim in the reading of its fragmentos allows, in its exegese, that perpetual and transitory if they complete […]

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 […]

Jean Paul Sartre

It emphasizes subjects as the individual, choices and the nonsense of the life human being when contemplating a rational understanding of the universe (Blackburn, 1997; Cabral, 2006). The first philosopher who if really affirmed as existencialista, that assumed this denomination, was Jean Paul Sartre (Borheim, 2005; Cabral, 2006), but, for some researchers, existencialistas characteristics can […]

Commodity Exchange

In this theory the main criterion for the equilibrium of the market and the equivalent exchange (the price objective, the objective value of exchanging quantities of goods) is subjective satisfaction with the relative exchange of the bulk of its participants. That is a recognition of the bulk of the participants sharing the fact that these […]