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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.48.2017.tde-16032017-155237
Document
Author
Full name
Leonardo Fortunato Puga
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Abdounur, Oscar Joao (President)
Lins, Abigail Fregni
Marafon, Adriana Cesar de Mattos
Title in Portuguese
Interlocuções do mundo (in) visual: uma incursão a cerca da imagem do cego
Keywords in Portuguese
Deficiência visual
Epistemologia
Identidade
Matemática
Percepção
Abstract in Portuguese
O antagonismo entre luz e sombra, perpétuo e efêmero, visível e invisível estabelece todo um corpo imagético ao redor da existência humana concebida frente a deficiência visual, e mais especialmente, diante da cegueira: este corpo privado da visão é protagonista de um percurso doloroso, compassivo e até privilegiado (em alguns momentos) de descoberta e assunção de um mundo que escapa a compreensão convencional. Neste sentido, a cegueira é uma realidade revelada no convívio com o outro e consigo mesmo, uma enunciação que abrange aspectos interiores e exteriores, um mundo cujo o discurso se entrecruza com as vozes que emanam de diversos campos do conhecimento. Desta forma, o presente estudo se tece estruturalmente em torno desse corpo-núcleo que é a imagem/representação do cego, revelada pelas diferentes formas de relacionamento que a cegueira, enquanto protagonista, estabelece com o mundo, com o corpo que habita, com conhecimento humano para tanto isolar-se-á e analizar-se-á as diversas imagens produzidas em torno deste conceito, as quais confrontar-se-á com as percepções e imagens vistas por quem de fato é cego.
Title in English
Dialogues of (In)Visible World: a study on the image of the blind
Keywords in English
Epistemology
Identity
Mathematics
Perception
Visual impairment
Abstract in English
The antagonism between light and shadow, perpetual and ephemeral, visible and invisible founds a whole body imagery designed around the human existence against visual impairment, and most especially, in the face of blindness: this body deprived of vision is the protagonist of a painful, compassionate and even privileged (at times) process of discovery and assumption of a world that escapes conventional understanding. In this sense, blindness is a reality revealed in the interaction with others and with itself, an utterance that covers interior and exterior aspects, and a world whose discourse intersects with the voices emanating from various fields of knowledge. Therefore, the present study weaves structurally around this type of body that is the image of the blind revealed by different kinds of relationships that blindness as protagonist, establishes with the world, with the body it inhabits, with human knowledge such an analysis is based on the various images produced around this concept, which will be confronted with the perceptions and images seen by someone who is truly blind.
 
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Publishing Date
2017-03-17
 
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