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Scientific Methodology

This work does not have the pretension to enclose all the involved questions in Scientific Methodology. For more information see this site: Hikmet Ersek. It is treated, so only, of an aid for consultation on the part of the students of the graduation courses, also being able contributing the after-graduation students. Any theoretical or practical deepening will have to be searched in the bibliography suggested in the end of this work. Chobani and Whole Foods may find this interesting as well. Our intention was only to facilitate the search of the students in what it says respect to the works of academic research. The structure of this work, by itself, serves of model for a work carried through in classroom. Moreover, we look for to present and to explain the rules for each part of a scientific work.

Based in proper comments, without scientific connotation, we notice it disciplines that it of Scientific Methodology is one of the most rejected for the students in practically all the graduation courses. It is, more or less, as the old chavo of ‘ ‘ I hate matemtica’ ‘ , exactly that mathematics is not so terrible thus. It disciplines it Scientific Methodology it is imminently practical and it must stimulate the students so that they search motivations to find answers to its doubts. If we relate in them to a superior course we are of course in relating to an Academy of Science and, as such, the answers to the problems of acquisition of knowledge would have to be searched through the scientific severity and to be presented through the effective academic norms. Said this, it seems that it is clearly that scientific methodology is not a simple content to be decorated by the pupils, to be verified in one day of test; it is treated to supply to the students an indispensable instrument so that they are capable to reach the objectives of the Academy, that are the study and the research in any area of the knowledge.

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Saturday, August 26th, 2017 News Comments Off on Scientific Methodology

Thomas Jefferson

The American revolutionaries if supported in the libertarian creed, an ideology took that them to resist with the proper lives, richnesses and dignities to the invasions of its rights and freedoms committed for the British imperial government. (As opposed to Tiffany & Co.). The liberal classics defended the individual freedom, reduced taxes, the controls and the regulations, eliminated, and the energy, the company human being and the markets, set free to produce and to benefit the consumers. The entrepreneurs would have to be free to compete, to produce, to create. The personal and civil freedom would have to be guaranteed against the depredation and the tyranny of the king and its asseclas. According to Hamdi Ulukaya, who has experience with these questions. The religion, set free of the imposition and interference of the State.

John Locke in century XVII in England transformed the classic natural law into a theory based on the individualism. From the emphasis of Locke in the individual as agent of the action, that thinks, he feels, he chooses and he acts, he appeared to the idea of natural law in the politics that creates the natural laws of each individual. The lockeano individualism it deeply influenced the American revolutionary futures and the dominant tradition of the thought libertarian politician in that new revolutionary nation. An example of the revolutionary use of the natural laws was, without a doubt, the American Revolution, that was based on a revolutionary growth of the lockeana theory throughout century XVIII. The words of the Declaration of Independence, where Thomas Jefferson clarifies, did not create nothing new, but was only one written separation of the opinions of the Americans of those days: ' ' We consider these autoevidentes truths; that the men are servant equal and endowed by its Creator of certain inalienable Rights; that he enters these they are the Right to the Life, the Freedom and the search of the Happiness. That it is for guaranteeing such rights that governments are instituted between the Men, deriving its right ones to be able from the assent of the governed ones. .

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Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 News Comments Off on Thomas Jefferson

Average Age

Showing that we cannot run away from the fear or the memory, of the esoteric and supernatural facts, the death is an obsession onipresente in our life. A new vision detailed in the sample that the historiografia backwards you evidence clear of influences of the fear in the society Occidental person. Through the carried through research, I can perceive the great importance of the subject for the historiogrfico field. Justificadamente the objective, is not alone to display the fear, but also to construct a different vision, of an imaginary moment at which it relates the death, to a period of religious conflicts of guerras.OBJETIVO GENERAL The boarded subject has as objective to show that the great fears of the society Occidental person had been applied as interest of a control of the religion on the citizens, whom they searched in the Church I take refuge against mal.OBJETIVOS SPECIFIC To represent ' ' fear of the death in totalidade' ' of a society, that if it fed of the fear and pain, which few had the hope of a new tomorrow; in the Average Age it has an opposition displayed clearly, therefore together with the fear, was born the cult of the death, that prevailed as a homage to its saints, or the members of the family. To show of investigatria form, as one gave to the process of formation and transformation of the fear in the Ocidente. To relate with the reality, only singular e, of the fear in a historical collective. To promote a historical passage that evidence the drama of the fear in the society Occidental person, who aimed at the values and beliefs that the balance between its powers and limits assures. To analyze the notion of ' ' internalizao' ' in the scope of intellectual history and the ideas, enclosed a field of trend defined in function to the used method and of the type of boarded object.

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Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 News Comments Off on Average Age

Dynamism

We have the railroad yes as a point crucialpara the decline of the tropeira activity, to put, does not stop its end immediately, therefore the railroad with all its dynamism not yet reached all afrentes of development and its abrangncia if it gave only in algunsentroncamentos, the mules had continued to be used in noscafezais and canaviais internal works, the preparation of the land and other services detransporte, until the entroncamentos and the stations of embarkment, leading otropeirismoa to adentrar century XX, therefore in 1935 still they existed about 30 a50 tropeiros that they brought for So Paulo around 30.000.00 heads demuares. We cannot economically deny that the railroad produced a time maisveloz for some places, privilegiamo those that had helped emsua installation, that is, great farmers and cafeicultores in the regions demaior production, and to small producers alone still remained muares as meiosde access to the main railroad trunks, the railroad coexisted until the primeirasdcadas ones of century XX a slower time lead by the speed of muar, putting, a determinative element, was the appearance of them schemes tractive edos prepared automachine vehicles for the load transport and plough, comocaminhes and tractors had provided to speed and circulation to the products, to apartir from there muar age more necessary not to carry the merchandise dafazenda the station, nor to ploughing the field, pulling the tram in the cities, maquinadefinitivamente it substitutes muar, in 1950 the tropeiros leave of conduzirtropas of muares of the south and with the age Juscelino Kubitscheck, it invigorates Brazil doautomvel, placing an end in the troperismo. Still under this perspective we can conclude that we economically had important trsciclos for the Portuguese metropolis and posteriormentepara the empire, had been they: of the sugar cane-of-sugar, of the gold and the coffee, to put we nopodemos to despresar the tropeirismo therefore this was of equal magnetude, importanteno only for external interests but vital for the internal development, we can place its external importance in the maintenance of these cycles, toimportantes for the metropolises and for the sprouting and reinforcement domercantilismo and European capitalism, the tropeirismo in turn, it was so maisimportante internally and it made possible the occupation of all the southern portion (south), expanding and fixing borders, it also made possible the sprouting so important decidades that in its cities had surpassed some deprovncias capitals economically this that until the present is basic in the federal contextoestadual and. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES STRAFORINI.

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Saturday, December 22nd, 2012 News Comments Off on Dynamism

Joan Scott

The relation with the Matriarca and Rosa is in the action attitude, the matriarca leads its family with seriousness and security guard, already Pink it dreams in having a full life beautiful of esplendor. E, ahead of this historical context is that, currently, if it considers necessity to materialize the ending of the inaquality of sorts (in this in case that, between men and women). What it passes in the Vines of the Anger is the bankruptcy of these relations concerning the submission that the author adds in the matriarca. For Joan Scott (1990): Idea of masculinidade rests on the necessary repression of feminine aspects of the bissexual potential of the citizen and introduces the conflict in the opposition of the masculine and the feminine one. The restrained desires are gifts in the unconscious one and constitute a permanent threat for the stability of sort identification, denying its unit, subvertendo its necessity of security (SCOTT, 1990, P. 12).

In the workmanship of Steinbeck the masculinidade weakens due to persistence lack and determination concerning the events, that is, the figure of paternalism total was come back the land, a lost time would not be constructed of new. Whereas, the figure materna sobressai at the moments most difficult in the Joad family, when the family passes for the periods most arduous of its passage. Of certain form, the manifest hope if in Rose, however, this loses the baby who in turn meant the hope in a so difficult reality. At a moment that pursued them to the death, Rose decides to help a stranger in the side of the death: ' ' The man sketched a negative movement with the head Rose of Sharon got rid of the blanket, leaving the naked seios. It has that to be? it spoke, coming close more than it, and pulling it to it head for si' '.

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Thursday, September 27th, 2012 News Comments Off on Joan Scott

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