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By JORGE LUIZ SOUTO MAIOR: The real interests of the working class and the challenges to building an effectively fair, egalitarian and humane society are not included in the debate on the Uberization Bill
By ANTONIO RIBEIRO ALMEIDA JR.: Preface to the recently released book by Felipe Scalisa de Oliveira on human rights violations at the USP Faculty of Medicine
By WILLYAN ALVAREZ VIEGAS: Despite the weakening of Petro's image and the difficult governance with the end of conciliation and the commitment to the popular and progressive character of the government, during Petro's mandate the initiative of the agenda remains
By GERSON ALMEIDA: Who among us would ratify an agreement like this?
By CARLA TEIXEIRA: The decision to make possession of any amount of drugs illegal is scientific denialism, institutional racism and a total lack of civic commitment by senators with the real problems of society
By KATIA SANTOS: Tribute to the recently deceased logician and professor at USP
By MARCELO RIDENTI: Considerations on two books: “On a tightrope”, by Daniel Aarão Reis and “About what we don’t talk”, by Ana Cristina Braga
By ALEXANDRE DE OLIVEIRA TORRES CARRASCO: Two songs, two interpretations that show us how the limit of life is being an imitation of life itself. Sometimes there is more truth in the imitation than in the original
By LUCIA SERRANO PEREIRA: Commentary on the film by Wim Wenders
By HUGO ALBUQUERQUE: Western Europe's largest economy has shown itself to be subservient to the United States and the Western axis, even when this goes against its vital economic interests
By PAULO EDUARDO DE BARROS VEIGA, LUCAS EDUARDO DA SILVA GALON & RUBENS RUSSOMANNO RICCIARDI: The Minas Gerais Philharmonic is at risk of being extinct, and its beautiful Sala Minas Gerais, of being reduced to another showbiz cultural center
By JOSÉ MANUEL DE SACADURA ROCHA: For both capitalism and initially for socialism, “the real lives of real men” will still be what commands both levels of consciousness and fetishes and things reified as commodities
By DÊNIS DE MORAES: Media interference was crucial to the coup d'état - which prevented the continuation of an emerging process of democratization of the country's social, political, economic and cultural life
By LUIZ WERNECK VIANNA: Excerpts from the interview given to Ricardo Musse, on the occasion of the book launch
By FLAVIO AGUIAR: Switzerland's conviction by a European court confirms that a healthy climate is a fundamental right
By OBSERVATORY OF BRAZIL'S FOREIGN POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL INSERTION: The search for a socio-environmental agenda and the questioning of global governance
By FRANCISCO FERNANDES LADEIRA: The prohibition of marijuana use is not based on scientific and realistic arguments, but is encouraged by pseudomoralism and strong political and economic interests
By WÉCIO ARAÚJO: The delay of the left and the triumph of the extreme right in the political praxis of the digital era
By LEONARDO BOFF: We live in a tragic world. Could we have no way back or, forced by the situation, will we recover sensitive and sensible reason?
By AFRANIO CATANI: Commentary on the book “Walking on Ice”, by Werner Herzog
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By JORGE LUIZ SOUTO MAIOR: The real interests of the working class and the challenges to building an effectively fair, egalitarian and humane society are not included in the debate on the Uberization Bill
By ANTONIO RIBEIRO ALMEIDA JR.: Preface to the recently released book by Felipe Scalisa de Oliveira on human rights violations at the USP Faculty of Medicine
By WILLYAN ALVAREZ VIEGAS: Despite the weakening of Petro's image and the difficult governance with the end of conciliation and the commitment to the popular and progressive character of the government, during Petro's mandate the initiative of the agenda remains
By GERSON ALMEIDA: Who among us would ratify an agreement like this?
By CARLA TEIXEIRA: The decision to make possession of any amount of drugs illegal is scientific denialism, institutional racism and a total lack of civic commitment by senators with the real problems of society
By KATIA SANTOS: Tribute to the recently deceased logician and professor at USP
By MARCELO RIDENTI: Considerations on two books: “On a tightrope”, by Daniel Aarão Reis and “About what we don’t talk”, by Ana Cristina Braga
By ALEXANDRE DE OLIVEIRA TORRES CARRASCO: Two songs, two interpretations that show us how the limit of life is being an imitation of life itself. Sometimes there is more truth in the imitation than in the original
By LUCIA SERRANO PEREIRA: Commentary on the film by Wim Wenders
By HUGO ALBUQUERQUE: Western Europe's largest economy has shown itself to be subservient to the United States and the Western axis, even when this goes against its vital economic interests
By PAULO EDUARDO DE BARROS VEIGA, LUCAS EDUARDO DA SILVA GALON & RUBENS RUSSOMANNO RICCIARDI: The Minas Gerais Philharmonic is at risk of being extinct, and its beautiful Sala Minas Gerais, of being reduced to another showbiz cultural center
By JOSÉ MANUEL DE SACADURA ROCHA: For both capitalism and initially for socialism, “the real lives of real men” will still be what commands both levels of consciousness and fetishes and things reified as commodities
By DÊNIS DE MORAES: Media interference was crucial to the coup d'état - which prevented the continuation of an emerging process of democratization of the country's social, political, economic and cultural life
By LUIZ WERNECK VIANNA: Excerpts from the interview given to Ricardo Musse, on the occasion of the book launch
By FLAVIO AGUIAR: Switzerland's conviction by a European court confirms that a healthy climate is a fundamental right
By OBSERVATORY OF BRAZIL'S FOREIGN POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL INSERTION: The search for a socio-environmental agenda and the questioning of global governance
By FRANCISCO FERNANDES LADEIRA: The prohibition of marijuana use is not based on scientific and realistic arguments, but is encouraged by pseudomoralism and strong political and economic interests
By WÉCIO ARAÚJO: The delay of the left and the triumph of the extreme right in the political praxis of the digital era
By LEONARDO BOFF: We live in a tragic world. Could we have no way back or, forced by the situation, will we recover sensitive and sensible reason?
By AFRANIO CATANI: Commentary on the book “Walking on Ice”, by Werner Herzog