Barbárie contemporânea: a construção de novas formas de individualismo

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Oliveira, Lamartine Gaspar de
Araujo, Paulo Roberto Monteiro de
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Mendes, Marcel
Bueno, Marcelo Martins
Binja, Elias Justino Bartolomeu
Pazinato, Patricia
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The intellectual restlessness that has motivated this survey has set itself for defining the person enclosed within himself, clarifying the very beginning, developing his paths as a product and producer of the reasoning crisis and barbarity as well. The temporal cut has its beginning in the Renaissance, historical period in which the individual himself reaches a higher level of emancipation and human value (overvalued individuality) indeed. On that specific historical context, the collectiveness is relinquished, turning to individualism. The temporal cut of this thesis points specifically to the construction problem of the person enclosed within himself and his meeting with Brazilian contemporary society, involving with different social groups and their collective aims. It has been seen and approached that when someone is involved with social groups, the individualism of the person enclosed within himself is disclosed, egoistically carrying out his deeds on behalf of himself. The subject enclosed within himself began focusing on himself the totality of all things, from all to everything, enclosing himself. Therefore, this thesis holds the assumption that contemporary barbarity has its thresholds through new ways of individualism with the birth of the person enclosed inside himself.
crise da razão , barbárie , coletividade , individualismo , ensimesmamento , barbarism , crisis of reason , collective , individualism , self-absorption
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OLIVEIRA, Lamartine Gaspar de. Barbárie contemporânea: a construção de novas formas de individualismo. 2014. 166 f. Tese (Doutorado em Educação, Arte e História) - Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, São Paulo, 2014.