COLUMNISTS

By JOÃO FERES JR.: To really reach Alexandre de Moraes, Elon Musk would need to finance a campaign against the minister that was capable of breaking the Bolsonarist bubble
By AIRTON PASCHOA: Seven short pieces
By LISZT VIEIRA: We went from a total rejection of the Jair Bolsonaro government to a line of critical support, which requires having one foot in the institutional and the other in the social
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 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 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 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 TARSUS GENUS: Musk says that a general jam is needed, without the State and without structured classes, so that society only recognizes subjects as individuals fighting to be more unequal on merit
By TALES AB'SÁBER: Considerations about the recently deceased writer from São Paulo
By LUIZ RENATO MARTINS: Art – as long as it is understood as a counter-information action – which wants to be dissident, if not revolutionary, must extract lessons in tactics and strategy from such actions
By ELEUTÉRIO FS PRADO: Financial capital and financialization are not social, political or even morally reprehensible deviations in relation to an alternative and better capitalism
By LUÍS FELIPE MIGUEL: It’s not just lies that threaten democracy. Control over behaviors too. Without autonomous citizens, it is not able to survive
By HOMERO SANTIAGO: George Orwell knew that totalitarianism depends on lies, fake news, the idea that narratives and knowledge are equivalent, that history and story are the same thing
By RENAN QUINALHA: Police raids generally took place at night and early in the morning, focusing on LGBTQIA+ ghettos that were formed in large cities, generally in central areas considered “degraded” and abandoned by public authorities
By WALNICE NOGUEIRA GALVÃO: Two libraries; Two literary critics; and Larzac and ecology
By CELSO FREDERICO: After György Lukács' adherence to Marxism, his passionate and aggressive defense of realism was met with relentless criticism of the artistic manifestations of the avant-garde
By JOSÉ DIRCEU: Speech at the public event Dictatorships Never Again
By RICARDO FABBRINI: Excerpt selected by the author of the recently released book “Contemporary art in three times”
By EDSON TELES: Reflecting on simplifying narratives about the 1964 coup and the dictatorship and going beyond the superficialities helps to understand the four years of an authoritarian government
COLUMNISTS
By JOÃO FERES JR.: To really reach Alexandre de Moraes, Elon Musk would need to finance a campaign against the minister that was capable of breaking the Bolsonarist bubble
By AIRTON PASCHOA: Seven short pieces
By LISZT VIEIRA: We went from a total rejection of the Jair Bolsonaro government to a line of critical support, which requires having one foot in the institutional and the other in the social
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 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 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 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 TARSUS GENUS: Musk says that a general jam is needed, without the State and without structured classes, so that society only recognizes subjects as individuals fighting to be more unequal on merit
By TALES AB'SÁBER: Considerations about the recently deceased writer from São Paulo
By LUIZ RENATO MARTINS: Art – as long as it is understood as a counter-information action – which wants to be dissident, if not revolutionary, must extract lessons in tactics and strategy from such actions
By ELEUTÉRIO FS PRADO: Financial capital and financialization are not social, political or even morally reprehensible deviations in relation to an alternative and better capitalism
By LUÍS FELIPE MIGUEL: It’s not just lies that threaten democracy. Control over behaviors too. Without autonomous citizens, it is not able to survive
By HOMERO SANTIAGO: George Orwell knew that totalitarianism depends on lies, fake news, the idea that narratives and knowledge are equivalent, that history and story are the same thing
By RENAN QUINALHA: Police raids generally took place at night and early in the morning, focusing on LGBTQIA+ ghettos that were formed in large cities, generally in central areas considered “degraded” and abandoned by public authorities
By WALNICE NOGUEIRA GALVÃO: Two libraries; Two literary critics; and Larzac and ecology
By CELSO FREDERICO: After György Lukács' adherence to Marxism, his passionate and aggressive defense of realism was met with relentless criticism of the artistic manifestations of the avant-garde
By JOSÉ DIRCEU: Speech at the public event Dictatorships Never Again
By RICARDO FABBRINI: Excerpt selected by the author of the recently released book “Contemporary art in three times”
By EDSON TELES: Reflecting on simplifying narratives about the 1964 coup and the dictatorship and going beyond the superficialities helps to understand the four years of an authoritarian government