Evolutionary Insights And Outlooks

Heiko Bruns: Evolutionary insights and views what was unimaginable 500 years ago, is now reality. It is therefore likely that there will be also in future new developments today are neither foreseeable nor conceivable. Heiko Bruns uses the state-of-the-art of evolutionary theory, in his book our place in the evolution to present plea for a new worldview also views of possible evolutionary developments, which require a new worldview. “Our place in the evolution plea for a new image of the world” is the title of the book by Dr. Heiko Bruns, in which he pulls the reader from the first page under the spell of an exciting and entertaining adventure journey through the evolution of the cosmos and humanity. After a successful combination of depth and breadth of the author tour de force key concepts of evolutionary theories of knowledge as well as the abuse of science reflects in particular the role of intelligence, mind, brain, consciousness and belief. Its in a holistic Approach illustrates some currently existing limits cognitive knowledge analysis carried out in terms of the place of humans in evolution. But Bruns wants to draw the reader’s thought-provoking and daring one, as he writes, cautious attempt of a view on the possible further development”.

He pleads, to be open to surprises the future evolutionary development. While the author expects no significant physical progress in the people he suspects an expansion of the sociological action for the future. In addition, he expects that the man himself will accelerate the evolution about using synthetic biology, which, for example, already is able to decode the DNA of animals (partially). In short: Bruns’ and views are fascinating and well founded at the same time. He dares to describe exciting scenarios that show the human potential for development resulting from the brilliant creativity of evolution. These new perspectives are fundamental for Bruns enough, the existing, familiar appearing worldview to question and to renew. His work for anyone who is scientifically interested in more information about the evolutionary history and try to also look at possible future developments is worth reading.

Symbolism in Brazil

Those that had lived at the same time that Cruz and Sousa had been highly severe with its workmanship, what it is not to find odd taking in consideration historical context intellectual of that period. Already the critical contemporaries do not possess arraigada in its ideologies the idea of inferior race with regard to the afrodescendentes. In virtue of this, we raise the hypothesis of these critics to have one another vision regarding the workmanships of Cruz and Souza. However, the label of ‘ ‘ Negro’ poet; ‘ he is used frequent, exactly in critical current. From any form, the poet who suffered hard critical in the past, nowadays receives the attention and literary admiration of much studious e, not rare times, considered the representative greater of the Symbolism in Brazil.

CONTEXTUALIZANDO the PROBLEM the idea of this article appeared in elapsing of the Course of Full Licenciatura in Letters, in disciplines of Brazilian Literature when, when studying the Symbolism, we had the beautiful chance to have the history of Cruz and Souza oralizada for the Master Elielson Figueiredo. Beyond the encantamento for the workmanships, we also feel indignation in relation to the critical ones made the poet. In such a way, we raise the hypothesis to find critics who did not judge Cruz and Souza for the color of its skin, and yes for the human being and the artist who it was. We made, in this work, a exploratria research on the Symbolism occurred in Brazil and the vision of the coetneos critics of Cruz and Souza and born others in century XX, aiming at to observe the difference? if it has? between its opinions. For in such a way, we use workmanships of proper Cruz and Souza, Afrnio Coutinho, Estvo Cross, a born Portuguese writer at the beginning of century XX, among others. BIOGRAPHICAL DATA Son of alforriados slaves and target of cruel racial preconception, Joo de a Cruz and Sousa was born in 24 of November of 1861 in the cradle of the European settling, in the city of Ours Lady of the Deportation, currently Florianpolis.

The Existence

Thus, the perpetual search for the ideal love can be seen of formaintensa in its words, something of course human, but that nor all have aousadia of externalizar. To love and to be loved are so profcuo how much the existence daalma that it feeds the proper body, and when the absence if makes destrio gift purer smile of joy. This absence calls solitude, caracterizadapor a deep pain, phobia, incompletude, emptiness, blackout and desistance. It is perceived in its workmanship, mainly the published ones apartir of 1918 the 1930, the predominance for the use of soneto. Inside of metric and estrfica this pequenafrmula, it if feels to the will to transmit the suaperturbante and shady place interioridade. Its poetry is of one of flagrantesexemplos of poetry ' ' viva' ' , therefore it is born, vibrates and if she feeds of the real seumuito human case; of its too much porventura human case. According to Oliveira (1987: 50) are sing in it of love that Florbelaconstri poetical its more good made in the mixture of sadness and ternura, auto-complacencia pain ede, pranto and idyllic projection, of vocaoabenoada disaster and of, been born this I sing of a spoiled possibility and compensated pelanostalgia whose weakness and whose force comes of the fatality determines that it, as sepode to observe throughout verses of the poem ' ' Cantigas takes them ovento' ' of Florbela. The souvenir of your Inda kisses in minh' sad soul, As one has perfumed lost, In leves of a sad book. (…) Amar to who in them disdains sina that people have. Later, Oliveira (1987: 51) affirm despite atravsdos sad verses florbeliano, notice it dither of the directions, the doamor anxiety, the delirium of the meat, the ternura, the passion, the volpia, in linguagemdesinibida that it surpasses the hypocrisy and the conventions, poetry without precedentesentre the Portuguese, with egoistic tonalities however, however of a same sublimeabnegao of itself.