Lula ganó las elecciones y debe asumir el cargo el 1 de enero, pero la transición ya es rápida. Pero, ¿qué puede cambiar desde enero? Honestamente, poca cosa. Mi expectativa no es de mejora, sino estancada, al menos en los primeros dos años. No creo que Brasil sea peor bajo la administración de Lula, peroContinuar lendo “E o Lula ganhou.”
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What I learned by reading “The Social Contract”.
“ The Social Contract” was written by Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Below, what I learned by reading his text. It is not politicians who write about politics: being in office, they validate their thinking with their actions, not words. If I were a politician, I would not write about politics; I would do politics. Everyone who participatesContinuar lendo “What I learned by reading “The Social Contract”.”
I’m a communist (not really).
So I was watching some videos on Youtube and found an interesting one by a philosopher with a complicated name. Summarizing what he says, Steve Bannon, the guy who wants to set up an international conservative right movement, does it by giving people something to fear, even if it is an imaginary danger. The protectionContinuar lendo “I’m a communist (not really).”
Notes on the Brazilian Federal Constitution.
The Federal Constitution was written in the Federative Republic of Brazil. Here are some notes on this text. The purpose of the constitution is to create a harmonious country. Its supreme values are freedom, security, well-being, development, equality, the exercise of rights and justice. The constitution aims for a pluralistic, fraternal country without prejudice .Continuar lendo “Notes on the Brazilian Federal Constitution.”
This week, I got in a little argument on Holocaust21 with a guy named Eron. His rage was justified: I made definition mistakes (for example, I treated men’s rights movement and male sexualism as the same thing) and overall acted like an idiot, I admit. But one thing that made me a little disturbed aboutContinuar lendo “Eron.”
Notes on the “Letter About Tolerance”.
The “Letter About Tolerance” was written by John Locke. Below are some statements made in that text. They aren’t quotations, but paraphrases, and may or may not reflect my views on this subject. A church in which people are intolerant isn’t really a church at all. If you claim to be christian, you are supposedContinuar lendo “Notes on the “Letter About Tolerance”.”