We know that a scientific model is valid for sake of its forecast capacity. When the reproduction of an experiment leads to a previously delineated result, without manipulation or improper interferences, we have the confirmation of the assertive that gives base to the discovery. The proof's denial of this relationship of cause and effect, in any instant of the events, represents the refutation of the theory and with this a lot of hypotheses are discarded everyday in the world of the science, be by the formulator ones themselves, be by the pairs whom are assigned of doing the requested tests.
The ?second fall of Rome? was a forecast announced few years before the financial crisis that reached the euro, the common currency of the most of the countries in the European Union. Some European authorities were alerted that such would happen, but maybe they have not understood the foundation of the warning. Therefore a new book is written now on the theme, with all of the possible subsidies to the understanding of the phenomenon. If they continue shooting outside of the target, it won't be because of the lack of knowledge of the problem, but by much more human reasons, in the sense of the weakness that makes us bearers of the unconscious evil.
At the beginning, it is necessary a summary of the model and of the foundations that accompany it, for then we proceed to a more detailed explanation of the theme. In the text, the question that tops each item it is just a way of clarifying more the idea of the subtitle, and the entire book can be read without it, which is not part of the concatenation of the themes.
Cacildo Marques was formed by the University of Sao Paulo (USP) in Mathematics and Administration, after being expelled from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp), for sake of artistic-politics activities in dictatorship situation. He is postgraduate in Economy by the State University of Sao Paulo (Unesp), promoted in qualification test, without, however, to have had yet allowance for submitting to the board his master's degree dissertation (?Reflections on the unemployment: from Keynes to the contemporaries?).
Cacildo Marques is president of the Cultural Organization of Defense of the Citizenship. Of Amerindian, Arabic, Jew, African and European blood, the author writes dipped in the feeling of being, before everything, an Amerindian European offspring. He published the following books, among fiction, poetry, didactic and rehearsal:
? Rifts of Blue Fringe (Ed. Scortecci - 1982)
? Stories of the Future (Ed. Camatianas - 1984, in partnership)
? Eyes and Fonts of the Largest Latin Soil (Ed. Lumine - 1985)
? Brasilia, Capital of the Bonanza? (Ed. Lumine - 1988)
? Drawings in MSX (Ed. Scipione - 1989)
? The Sol of the Flute (Ed. Lumine - 1992)
? Ten Ways to Abolish the Inflation (Ed. Lumine - 1993)
? Stories of Friends (Ed. Scortecci - 1996, in partnership)
? How to Build a World only of Wealth (Ed. Lumine - 1997)
? Mathematics for Example (Ed. Lumine - 1998)
? Elegy to the Destroyed Teaching (Ed. Episteme - 2005)
? From the Pinewoods to the Amazon (Ed. Episteme - 2006)
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The Brussels Crisis
Formato 14 x 21 cm
1ª edição - 2012
Preço: R$ 25,00