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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.2.2012.tde-11122012-103332
Document
Author
Full name
Tulio Chaves Novaes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Carneiro, Maria Luiza Tucci (President)
Almeida, Guilherme Assis de
Bittar, Eduardo Carlos Bianca
Boucault, Carlos Eduardo de Abreu
Brito Filho, José Claudio Monteiro de
Title in Portuguese
Memória estética da injustiça: análise histórica e jurídica
Keywords in Portuguese
Direitos humanos
Educação
Estética
Abstract in Portuguese
A proteção do direito fundamental à memória assume um papel relevante na busca pelo aprimoramento dos meios de defesa e concretização dos Direitos Humanos na atualidade. Por meio da afetação desta faculdade humana essencial, o poder político opressor viabiliza as condições subjetivas ideais, necessárias à continuidade de suas prerrogativas de domínio. Ao apagar do meio externo os vestígios concretos das injustiças que pratica, retira da esfera mental dos sujeitos envolvidos nos processos históricos informações essenciais ao aprimoramento da consciência crítica. O presente estudo busca produzir dados teóricos para comprovar que a preservação da memória estética da injustiça, retratada com a revelação histórica das vítimas da barbárie, é requisito necessário à preservação das condições mentais ideais ao exercício da liberdade de ação. Igualmente, neste contexto, o trabalho indica que a revelação da verdade sobre o passado escondido subsidia elementos imprescindíveis à formulação de um referencial educativo, em compromisso com a emancipação do ser humano e com a construção de uma sociedade pautada na ética da dignidade.
Title in English
Aesthetics memory of injustice: historical and legal analysis
Keywords in English
Aesthetics memory
Education
Human dignity
Human rights
Injustice
Abstract in English
Nowadays, the protection of the fundamental right to memory takes up an important role in the search for improvement of means of defense and achievement of Human Rights. Through the affectation of this essential human faculty, the oppressive political power enables the subjective ideal conditions, necessary for the continuity of its prerogative of domain. When deleting the concrete traces of the injustices practiced from the external space, this kind of power removes from the mental sphere of the subjects involved in historical processes, essential information to the improvement of critical consciousness. The present study aims to produce theoretical data to prove that the preservation of the aesthetic memory of injustice, portrayed with the historical revelation of the victims of barbarism, is a necessary requirement to the preservation of mental conditions ideal for the exercise of freedom of action. Also, in this context, this study indicates that the revelation of the truth about the hidden past, subsidizes essential elements to the formulation of an educational reference, in commitment to the emancipation of human being and with the construction of a society based on the ethics of dignity.
 
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Release Date
2016-12-11
Publishing Date
2013-01-03
 
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