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Education to Theatricality inside Secondary School, Art and Body  [PDF]
Gaetano Oliva
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.519197
Abstract: The aim of this study was to present results of Education to Theatricality (IT: Educazione alla Teatralità) as scientific research and innovative pedagogy in the sector of the education of the person. Education to Theatricality has a lot of purposes to contribute to the psycho-physic well-being of each person; particularly it wants to help everyone to realize himself, as human being and as social actor; it wants to give everybody the chance to reveal his own diversity and specificity, because everybody has a message to convey through his body and his voice. The Education to Theatricality wants to stimulate skills, it wants to develop a better awareness of interpersonal relationships; it wants also give space to the assignment meaning process, because it considers “doing” as important as thinking, which permits to develop awareness about personal acts. Education to Theatricality is a science that includes pedagogy, sociology, human sciences, psychology and performative art in general. The scientific nature of this discipline allows to apply it to the most part of the contexts and of the persons, because it has in the centre of its pedagogical process the human being, as such he is and not necessarily with any skill. The training of the actor-person is one of the most important principles of the Education to Theatricality: the most important purpose is the development of the creativity and the imagination through a work, based on scientific principles that the actor-person leads on himself. The ultimate aim of this science is not to transform the human in an actor-object, shaping him just for packed shows that can be easily sold, but to allow him to enhance his own qualities respecting his personality. The theatrical activity in the school and in the educational centers for children teenagers stimulates and protects the inventive skills of the students.
Pérdidas de producción laboral ocasionadas por los fallecimientos prematuros en Espa?a en el a?o 2005
Revista Espa?ola de Salud Pública , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1135-57272009000100010
Abstract: background: jointly with deaths, loss of quality of life and pain of patients and families, there are complementary indicators that help to reveal the social impact caused by illnesses and accidents. in the analysis, loss of labour productivity due to premature mortality in 2005 is estimated. the aim of this work is to estimate a part of the non health care costs caused by illnesses and accidents in the economy. methods: a simulation model based in the human capital approach is developed using several available spanish data bases (death registry according to cause of death, structural wage survey, labour force survey). results: a loss of production up to 9,100 millions of euros due to premature mortality is estimated in spain for the base year. this figure is equivalent to a 1.01% of the spanish gross domestic product, or to an 18.25% of the public health care expenditure of 2005. conclusions: premature mortality caused a very high labour cost.
Redescription of Derallus strigipennis Orchymont, 1940 (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae), new records and a key to species of Derallus Sharp 1882
Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales , 2010,
Abstract: the type of derallus strigipennis orchymont, 1940 is redescribed and figured. new records are given for three other species of the genus: d.ambitus orchymont, 1940 from ecuador, d.argutus orchymont, 1940 from argentina and bolivia, and d. intermedius oliva 1995 from bolivia and guyana. a key to the described species is given.
Parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera) from puparia of sarcosaprophagous flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae; Sarcophagidae) in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2008,
Abstract: emergence of parasitoid hymenoptera from experimental rearings of sarcosaprophagous diptera (calliphoridae, sarcophagidae) attracted to beef baits were recorded in buenos aires (argentina) from 1998 to 2003. four taxa were identified: tachinaephagus zealandicus ashmead (encyrtidae), brachymeria podagrica (fabricius) (chalcididae), nasonia vitripennis (walker) (pteromaliidae) and alysia sp. (braconidae: alysiinae). only the first two species were abundant in all years. the number of added monthly emergences of each species is presented and correlated with monthly mean maximum-minimum temperatures.
Distribución de Berosini (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) en América del Sur
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2007,
Abstract: distributional data of berosini (coleoptera: hydrophilidae) from previous publications and from new material examined are exposed. few species have a strictly neotropical distribution; most species form south america are not found in central america and vice-versa. many species of berosus and derallus are distributed along the main river basins, and have a certain influence of latitude. the species of hemiosus are located only on sandy substrates and seem to select particle size. mountain species have moderately extensive distributions while those that prefer fine sand have restricted ones. these distributions are found both along the upper part of the larger basins (parano- platense, amazonian, orinoco) and along three systems of secondary importance: desaguadero-colorado in argentina, sao francisco in brazil and essequibo- oyapok in the guyana area.
é a ciência a raz?o em a??o ou a??o social sem raz?o?
Oliva, Alberto;
Scientiae Studia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-31662009000100006
Abstract: this article rejects the ambitious proposal made by cognitive sociology of science of explaining science, including the content of its theories, as a byproduct of social causes. besides, this article examines why there is a clear and pronounced gap between the view of science, strongly internalist, endorsed by the vast majority of natural scientists, and the externalist view - everything in science is explainable by means of social causes - adopted by social constructivism. this paper holds the thesis that the approach adopted by the cognitive sociology of science introduces implicitly manheim's concept of unmasquing in so far as it disqualifies the understanding scientists have of what they do: they are determined by factors in their research routines, but they think they are moved by reasons. the retaking of this old explanatory tradition in social sciences - that of unmasking the way agents see themselves and give meaning and reasons to their actions - needs to be critically evaluated by a metascience interested in discovering the typical ways reasons and factors can interact and in avoiding the temptation of reducing the epistemic to the social.
La mètrica d'In Memoriam, de Gabriel Ferrater
Demetri Oliva
Llengua & Literatura , 2001, DOI: 10.2436/l&l.vi.1450
A incomensurabilidade entre as filosofias e a inexistência de revolu es em filosofia The incommensurability between philosophies and the inexistence of revolutions in philosophy
Alberto Oliva
Trans/Form/A??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0101-31732012000200011
Abstract: Este artigo se ocupa de quest es metafilosóficas. Nele, discutiremos as raz es que fazem com que a filosofia, diferentemente da ciência, problematize a si mesma como empreendimento cognitivo. Em particular, procuraremos identificar como e por que a filosofia acaba se constituindo em problema para si mesma. à exce o das ciências sociais onde há estudos críticos do tipo sociologia da sociologia, a ciência em geral n o p e em discuss o a si mesma. Raros s o os casos em que a ciência chega ao extremo de questionar a própria cognitividade. A filosofia, em alguns de seus mais lúcidos e profícuos exercícios, n o se furta a se avaliar como projeto cognitivo. Com esse tipo de preocupa o metafilosófica, nosso artigo questionará a pretens o das grandes filosofias de protagonizar revolu es. Defenderemos a tese de que inexistem as revolu es postuladas pelos filósofos, destacando que a incomensurabilidade subsistente entre as filosofias n o é provocada por rupturas conceituais ou explicativas e sim pela ado o de diferentes pressuposi es absolutas, conforme definidas por Collingwood. This article deals with metaphilosophical issues. In it we will discuss the reasons that lead philosophy, unlike science, to evaluate itself in terms of its capacity to attain cognitive aims. In particular, we will seek to identify how and why philosophy becomes an issue for itself. With the exception of the social sciences in which one can find critical studies of the type sociology of sociology, science in general does not put itself into question. Rare are the cases where science comes to the extreme of questioning its own cognitivity. Philosophy in some of its most lucid and useful exercises does not avoid assessing its own cognitive powers. In the context of such metaphilosophical concerns, our article intends to question the pretensions of the great philosophies to making revolutions. We will defend the thesis that the revolutions claimed by philosophers do not occur. Aside from this, we will stress that the incommensurability subsisting among philosophies is not caused by conceptual or explanatory ruptures, but by the adoption of different absolute presuppositions, as defined by Collingwood.
Parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera) from puparia of sarcosaprophagous flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae; Sarcophagidae) in Buenos Aires, Argentina Avispas parasitoides (Hymenoptera) a partir de puparios de moscas sarcosaprófagas (Diptera: Calliphoridae; Sarcophagidae) en Buenos Aires, Argentina
Adriana Oliva
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2008,
Abstract: Emergence of parasitoid Hymenoptera from experimental rearings of sarcosaprophagous Diptera (Calliphoridae, Sarcophagidae) attracted to beef baits were recorded in Buenos Aires (Argentina) from 1998 to 2003. Four taxa were identified: Tachinaephagus zealandicus Ashmead (Encyrtidae), Brachymeria podagrica (Fabricius) (Chalcididae), Nasonia vitripennis (Walker) (Pteromaliidae) and Alysia sp. (Braconidae: Alysiinae). Only the first two species were abundant in all years. The number of added monthly emergences of each species is presented and correlated with monthly mean maximum-minimum temperatures. Se registró la emergencia de parasitoides (Hymenoptera) de crías experimentales de Diptera sarcosaprófagas (Calliphoridae, Sarcophagidae), atraídas a cebos de carne bovina, en Buenos Aires (Argentina) durante 1998-2003. Se determinaron cuatro taxones: Tachinaephagus zealandicus Ashmead (Encyrtidae), Brachymeria podagrica (Fabricius) (Chalcididae), Nasonia vitripennis (Walker) (Pteromaliidae) y Alysia sp. (Braconidae: Alysiinae). Sólo las dos primeras especies resultaron abundantes en todos los a os. Se ha graficado el número total de emergencias de cada especie para cada mes, junto con las temperaturas promedio máxima y mínima.
Dr. Axel O. Bachmann
Adriana Oliva
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2007,

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