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Water goes, water comes

By JEAN MARC VON DER WEID: Mainstream media fails to point out the deeper causes of climate phenomena

Rio Grande do Sul – from political to social

By LUIZ MARQUES: The understanding that plural resilience is capable of confronting the hegemonic model in society, based on the ultraliberalism of the war of all against all, is per se a factor in the politicization of the masses

Armada Revolts (1893-94) and Whip Revolts (1910)

By PAULO FERNANDES SILVEIRA: The massacres that occurred in the Armada and La Chibata revolts took the lives of poor people. All those who fight against this state of things are heroines and heroes.

Artificial intelligence in the world of work

By LUÍS FELIPE SOUZA: The fate of Artificial Intelligence does not have to mean human subjugation. The apparent inevitability of this future is more related to capitalist dominance than to technological development

About electric cars

By LOUIS SERGIO CANARY: The world needs more and more energy, including for electric cars, and there are no solutions today for a radical change in the energy matrix with low environmental impact

Psychoanalyzed politics

By ALEXANDRE HECKER: The culture broth in which the monster feeds comes from the unconscious part of culture

How to lie with statistics

By AQUILES MELO: The numbers presented by the federal government to education employees on strike confuse more than they explain, thus demonstrating a lack of interest in resolving the problem

Patriotism, militarism and the gun lobby – part 2

By MARIANA LINS: Any ideology, far from being an end in itself, or a mere symptom of a collective of psychically ill individualities, serves, as a rule, the material interests of a very restricted minority

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Water goes, water comes
Water goes, water comes
By JEAN MARC VON DER WEID: Mainstream media fails to point out the deeper causes of climate phenomena
Rio Grande do Sul – from political to social
Rio Grande do Sul – from political to social
By LUIZ MARQUES: The understanding that plural resilience is capable of confronting the hegemonic model in society, based on the ultraliberalism of the war of all against all, is per se a factor in the politicization of the masses
Armada Revolts (1893-94) and Whip Revolts (1910)
Armada Revolts (1893-94) and Whip Revolts (1910)
By PAULO FERNANDES SILVEIRA: The massacres that occurred during the Armada and Chibata revolts took the lives of poor people. All those who fight against this state of things are heroines and heroes.
Neoliberalism, globalization, deindustrialization and financialization
Neoliberalism, globalization, deindustrialization and financialization
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Having studied economic psychology for years, the economist decided to become a therapist. He began to guide this discussion in search of understanding the complex real world
The end of the Cold War and the decline of the West – part 2
The end of the Cold War and the decline of the West – part 2
By GILBERTO LOPES: We are coming to the end of the order created at the end of the Second World War, although we still don't know what will replace it
Unworthy capitalism and environmental “tragedies”
Unworthy capitalism and environmental “tragedies”
By FABRÍCIO MACIEL: There is no lack of scientific knowledge of geology, politics, economics, and other sciences, which does not point to the wrong direction of modern history
Artificial intelligence in the world of work
Artificial intelligence in the world of work
By LUÍS FELIPE SOUZA: The destiny of Artificial Intelligence does not need to mean human subjugation. The apparent inevitability of this future is more related to capitalist dominance than to technological development
About electric cars
About electric cars
By LUÍS SÉRGIO CANÁRIO: The world needs more and more energy, including for electric cars, and there are no solutions today for a radical change in the energy matrix with low environmental impact
France and Germany – dance and contra dance
France and Germany – dance and contra dance
By FLÁVIO AGUIAR: The two countries have been showing strategic fissures in relations, which are eroding the stability of the European Union from within
Psychoanalyzed politics
Psychoanalyzed politics
By ALEXANDRE HECKER: The culture broth in which the monster is nourished comes from the unconscious part of culture

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The hour of the star – thirty-nine years later
The hour of the star – thirty-nine years later
By LEANDRO ANTOGNOLI CALEFFI: Considerations about Suzana Amaral's film, showing in cinemas
The Flanders road
The Flanders road
By FÁBIO FONSECA DE CASTRO: Commentary on Claude Simon’s novel
From Hermann Cohen to Hannah Arendt
From Hermann Cohen to Hannah Arendt
By ARI MARCELO SOLON: Commentary on Miguel Vatter’s book
Baby Reindeer
Baby Reindeer
By IVANA BENTES: How the NetFlix series starts from traumas and situations of abuse to face masculinity in crisis and escape psychological clichés
Swimming back home
Swimming back home
By AFRÂNIO CATANI: Commentary on Deborah Levy’s book
Critical essays and experiments in human rights, democracy and memory
Critical essays and experiments in human rights, democracy and memory
By ANDREI KOERNER, PAULO ENDO & MARIA CRISTINA VICENTIM: Introduction from the organizers of the recently released collection
On Marx's passage to communism
On Marx's passage to communism
By RAFAEL PADIAL: Author's introduction to the recently released book
Quo vadis, Israel?
Quo vadis, Israel?
By SÉRGIO DA MATA: Considerations about the book “Niemals Frieden?”, by Moshe Zimmermann

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After the flood
After the flood
By TARSO GENRO: An apocalyptic horseman, three denialisms and many funerals
Fragments XXVI
Fragments XXVI
By AIRTON PASCHOA: Five short pieces
Fake freedom and the Marquis de Sade
Fake freedom and the Marquis de Sade
By EUGÊNIO BUCCI: Fake freedom, sadistic freedom, which in essence is the denial of all freedom, is leading Brazil to total shipwreck
“Multipolarity” and the chronic decline of the West
“Multipolarity” and the chronic decline of the West
By JOSÉ LUÍS FIORI: The defense of multipolarity will increasingly be the banner of countries and peoples that are currently rising up against the global military imperium exercised by the West
Environment – ​​the return of the repressed
Environment – ​​the return of the repressed
By LISZT VIEIRA: Sustainable development cannot be confused with the quantitative notion of economic growth, as it involves combating social inequality and respecting cultural diversity
SUS, 36 years old – consolidation and uncertainties
SUS, 36 years old – consolidation and uncertainties
By PAULO CAPEL NARVAI: SUS was not the “stillbirth” that many predicted. Almost four decades later, the SUS is institutionally consolidated and has developed a notable process of republican governance
Oza's hand
Oza's hand
By JOÃO CARLOS SALLES: The duty of the Brazilian State and the contracted university
The operational university
The operational university
By MARILENA CHAUI: The operational university, in university terms, is the highest expression of neoliberalism

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Baby Reindeer

By IVANA BENTES: How the NetFlix series starts from traumas and situations of abuse to face masculinity in crisis and escape psychological clichés

Quo vadis, Israel?

By SERGIO DA MATA: Considerations on the book “Niemals Frieden?”, by Moshe Zimmermann

Astrojildo Pereira

By JOHN KENNEDY FERREIRA & FELIPE SANTOS DEVEZA: Entry from the “Dictionary of Marxism in America”

The death ship

By ALEXANDRE JULIETE ROSA: Considerations about the book recently released in Brazil by B. Traven

Perfect days – the weight of the ordinary

By ALEX ROSA COSTA: “Perfect Days” exposes not the fissures of small everyday beauties, but routine as a form of protection against the unexpected, the encounter, the other, reflection

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After the flood

By TARSUS GENUS: An apocalyptic horseman, three denialisms and many funerals

SUS, 36 years old – consolidation and uncertainties

By PAULO CAPEL NARVAI: The SUS was not the “stillbirth” that many predicted. Almost four decades later, the SUS is institutionally consolidated and has developed a notable process of republican governance

Oza's hand

By JOÃO CARLOS SALLES: The duty of the Brazilian State and the contracted university

The operational university

By MARILENA CHAUI: The operational university, in university terms, is the highest expression of neoliberalism

An essay on liberation

By WOLFGANG LEO MAAR: Preface to the Brazilian edition of the recently published book by Herbert Marcuse

Nazism and neo-Nazism in Santa Catarina

By MARLENE DE FÁVERI: Preface by the author to the new edition of the book “Memories of (an) other war: everyday life and fear during the Second World War in Santa Catarina”

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