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Peace now, or shut up forever.

It was agreed to translate the word shalom שלום (in Arabic salam / salem / shalam ) for peace. Peace, truth and justice are, according to the Mosaic tradition, the three pillars on which the world rests. But shalom is one of these concept words, like so many in the Hebrew language. In the word repeated over two hundred times in the Torah, the Hebrew Bible, its polysemy expresses an immense variety of meanings: “just a friendly greeting, being safe, healthy, perfect, complete, feeling of well-being and inner and outer harmony – integrity, integrity, health, well-being, safety, soundness, tranquility, prosperity, fullness, rest, harmony; the absence of agitation or discord, a state of calm without anxiety. “

It would be useless to hide my motivations, part of my family living in Israel and they spent the last few days locked in bunkers. As a writer, I try to rationalize, and evidently fail, after all, the feeling of impotence in addition to the feeling of fear and vulnerability is not purged from writing.

Common sense would say that no one likes war, much less to participate, by default and directly, in one of the oldest conflicts on the planet. But, between common sense and reality there is a cluster, hard, impermeable, without any porosity: fanaticism. There is an equitable distribution of fundamentalist people around the world. There are secular and religious fanatics. Right and left fanatics. Ideological fanatics and anarchists. Fanatics for criminals and heroes without character. Racist fanatics and those who would kill for causes. There are Jewish, Muslim and Christian fanatics . There are also peace fanatics at any cost.

But a clear distinction needs to be made between fanatics who have international power and subsidies to produce and launch missiles at civilian populations such as the Gaza terrorists – who have so far launched 1,000 missiles over more than 50 Israeli cities including Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, cities with 500 thousand and almost a million inhabitants respectively – and the fanatics contained by a pragmatic and most responsible state.

It is evident that we must pray for peace in its multiple meanings. But at what price? And what about the right to self-defense that is present in all civilized criminal codes in the world? That’s what I want to talk about here. Protests began to rain across the world against Israel and the timid response from social media were posts about “I support Israel’s right to defend itself against terrorism”. Does it sound surreal to the reader? It’s surreal. 

The old declaration of war has been replaced by facts that rob the function of diplomats who have been confusing discretion with inertia. The omission of the current American administration must be blamed for the escalation of violence that is once again affecting the region. When again offering unheard of financial resources to the Palestinian authority, which openly practices ” pay for slay ” in free translation “pay to kill”, a policy (sic) that encourages and rewards “cash” for acts of violence against Jews, there was a tacit guarantee for the conflict cycle to reactivate. “Pogroms” have been reborn within Israel, the practice of ritual attacks and lynching attempts against Jews have been recorded from the Negev desert to cities where Arab and Jewish populations lived with relative calm for decades as Lod , where mobs , with hordes of criminals burned synagogues and stoned Jews. Scenes worthy of the purges of the Nazi era. This was, after all, the meaning of the preventive slogan “never again”.  

Are the missiles of Gaza terrorists precarious? Without aim? It is not quite like that and it is less and less like that. It is an organized and well-trained army. The escalation towards a conflict of greater proportions is already a reality accompanied by the classic acute deafness to common sense. On the other hand, should there be common sense in dealing with those who openly preach the extermination of the Hebrew state?

The question that now arises is, now, another: is there a proportion to establish justice and, therefore , calm? What about the massive missile attacks on civilian populations? Even though it is far from perfect, the only consolidated democracy in the Middle East is perplexed, under direct warlike attack on civilian areas, while the newsrooms of the main media in the world decide to call themselves organizations like Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants, resistance or just armed group. Organizations considered terrorists by the vast majority of countries, including the European Union and the United States. As one interviewee from the Jewish Studies Center said when provoked by the BBC World News interviewer: “what was expected when there is a policy of constant omission and disengagement adopted by Obama’s followers in a vital region like the Middle East?” 

Rather, and it is good that it is disseminated, according to the halacha (the Jewish hermeneutics of the laws) “in a war there is always the duty if one seeks a peaceful way out before engaging in hostilities”. Behold, now there is a generous offer of peace on the table to the aggressors, as long as the rain of missiles ceases, immediately, within the next 24 hours.

It is unlikely to happen.

The outcome is predictable. Certainly Israel will once again be reviled with the usual false accusations, among them the champion of intellectual distortion, that of the practice of “disproportionate response”. The latent anti-Zionist / anti-Semitic sentiment had used all its alibis to harass Israel. Now, even so, the reason will stand to show that the great and unacceptable disproportion is that of anti-Semitic lynching and that of terrorism armed with rockets. 

Peace now, or shut up forever.

It was agreed to translate the word shalom שלום (in Arabic salam / salem / shalam ) for peace. Peace, truth and justice are, according to the Mosaic tradition, the three pillars on which the world rests. But shalom is one of these concept words, like so many in the Hebrew language. In the word repeated over two hundred times in the Torah, the Hebrew Bible, its polysemy expresses an immense variety of meanings: being safe, healthy, perfect, complete, feeling of well-being and inner and outer harmony – integrity, integrity, health , well-being, security, solidity, tranquility, prosperity, fullness, rest, harmony; the absence of agitation or discord, a state of calm without anxiety or stress.

It would be useless to hide my motivations, part of my family living in Israel and they spent the last few days locked in bunkers. As a writer, I try to rationalize, and evidently fail, after all, the feeling of impotence in addition to the feeling of fear and vulnerability is not purged from writing.

Common sense would say that no one likes war, much less to participate, by default and directly, in one of the oldest conflicts on the planet. But, between common sense and reality there is a cluster, hard, impermeable, without any porosity: fanaticism. There is an equitable distribution of fundamentalist people around the world. There are secular and religious fanatics. Right and left fanatics. Ideological fanatics and anarchists. Fanatics for criminals and heroes without character. Racist fanatics and those who would kill for causes. There are Jewish, Muslim and Christian fanatics . There are also peace fanatics at any cost.

But a clear and distinct distinction needs to be made between fanatics who have international power and subsidies to produce and launch missiles over civilian populations such as the Gaza terrorists – who have so far launched 1,000 missiles over more than 50 cities in Israel including Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, cities with 500,000 and almost a million inhabitants respectively – and the fanatics contained by a pragmatic and most responsible state.

It is evident that we must pray for peace in its multiple meanings. But at what price? And what about the right to self-defense that is present in all civilized criminal codes in the world? That’s what I want to talk about here. Protests began to rain across the world against Israel and the timid response from social media were posts about “I defend Israel’s right to defend itself against terrorism”. Does it sound surreal to the reader? It’s surreal. 

The old declaration of war has been replaced by facts that rob the function of diplomats who have been confusing discretion with inertia. There is blame for the omission of the current American administration for the escalation of violence that once again affects the region. When again offering unprecedented financial resources to the Palestinian authority, which openly practices ” pay for slay ” in a free translation “pay to kill” that encourages and rewards “cash” for acts of violence against Jews, there was an unspoken endorsement for the conflict cycle was reactivated. He saw himself reborn inside Israel the “pogroms”, the practice of rituals and attempted lynching against Jewish attacks were recorded in the desert Negev to the cities where Arab and Jewish populations lived in relative peace for decades as Lod , where mobs , with hordes of criminals burned synagogues and stoned Jews. Scenes worthy of the purges of the Nazi era. This was, after all, the meaning of the preventive slogan “never again”.  

Are the missiles of Gaza terrorists precarious? Without aim? It is not quite like that and it is less and less like that. It is an organized and well-trained army. The escalation towards a conflict of greater proportions is already a reality accompanied by the classic acute deafness to common sense. On the other hand, should there be common sense in dealing with those who openly preach the extermination of the Hebrew state?

The question that now arises is, now, another: is there a proportion to establish justice and, therefore , calm? What about the massive missile attacks on civilian populations? Even though it is far from perfect, the only consolidated democracy in the Middle East is perplexed, under direct warlike attack on civilian areas, while newsrooms of the main media in the world decide whether to call organizations like Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants, resistance or just armed group. Organizations considered terrorists by the vast majority of countries, including the European Union and the United States. As an interviewee from the Jewish Studies Center said when provoked by the BBC World News interviewer: “what was expected when there is a policy of constant omission and disengagement adopted by Obama’s followers in a vital region like the Middle East?” 

Rather, and it is good that it is disseminated, according to the halacha (the Jewish hermeneutics of the laws) “in a war there is always the duty if one seeks a peaceful way out before engaging in hostilities”. Behold, now there is a generous offer of peace on the table to the aggressors, as long as the rain of missiles ceases, immediately, within the next 24 hours.

It is unlikely to happen.

The outcome is predictable. Certainly Israel will once again be reviled with the usual false accusations, among them the champion of intellectual distortion, that of the practice of “disproportionate response”. The latent anti-Zionist / anti-Semitic sentiment had used all its alibis to harass Israel. Now, even so, the reason will stand to show that the great and unacceptable disproportion is that of anti-Semitic lynching and that of terrorism armed with rockets. 

Peace now, or shut up forever.

https://brasil.estadao.com.br/blogs/conto-de-noticia/paz-agora-ou-calem-se-para-sempre/

Paz agora ou calem-se para sempre. (Blog Estadão)

Convencionou-se traduzir a palavra shalom שלום (em árabe salam/salem/shalam) por paz. Paz, verdade e justiça são, segundo a tradição mosaica, os três pilares sobre os quais se assentam o mundo. Mas shalom é uma destas palavras-conceito, como tantas no idioma hebreu. Na palavra repetida mais de duas centenas de vezes na Torá, a Bíblia hebraica, sua polissemia expressa uma imensa variedade de significados: “apenas uma saudação amistosa, estar seguro, saudável, perfeito, completo, sensação de bem-estar e harmonia interna e externa – integridade, integridade, saúde, bem-estar, segurança, solidez , tranquilidade, prosperidade, plenitude, descanso, harmonia; a ausência de agitação ou discórdia, um estado de calma sem ansiedade.”

Seria inútil esconder minhas motivações, parte da minha família vivendo em Israel e passaram os últimos dias trancadas em bunkers. Como articulista tento racionalizar, e evidentemente malogro, afinal não se expurga da escrita a sensação de impotência somada ao sentimento de medo e vulnerabilidade.

O senso comum diria que ninguém gosta de guerra, muito menos de participar, à revelia e diretamente, de um dos mais antigos conflitos do planeta. Mas, entre o senso comum e a realidade existe um aglomerado, duro, impermeável, sem qualquer porosidade: o fanatismo. Nota-se uma distribuição equitativa de gente fundamentalista pelo mundo. Há fanáticos laicos e religiosos. Fanáticos de direita e de esquerda. Fanáticos ideológicos e anarquistas. Fanáticos por criminosos e por heróis sem caráter. Fanáticos racistas e que aqueles que matariam por causas. Existem fanáticos judeus, muculmanos e cristãos. Há também os fanáticos pela paz a qualquer custo.

Mas há que se fazer uma distinção clara entre fanáticos que tem poder e subsídios internacionais para produzir e lançar mísseis sobre populações civis como é o caso dos terroristas de Gaza — que até agora lançaram 1.000 mísseis sobre mais de 50 cidades de Israel incluindo Tel Aviv e Jerusalém, cidades com 500 mil e quase um milhão de habitantes respectivamente — e os fanáticos contidos por um Estado pragmático e na maior parte do tempo, responsável.

É evidente que devemos rezar por paz em suas múltiplas acepções. Mas a qual preço? E o direito consagrado à legitima defesa presente em todos os códigos penais civilizados do mundo? Pois é disto que quero tratar aqui. Começaram a chover protestos pelo mundo contra Israel e a resposta tímida das redes sociais foram posts sobre “eu apoio o direito de Israel a se defender do terrorismo”. Soa surreal para o leitor?  É surreal.

A antiga declaração de guerra foi substituída por fatos que roubam a função dos diplomatas que andam confundindo discrição com inércia. Há que culpe a omissão da atual administração americana pela escalada de violência que mais uma vez atinge a região. Ao voltar a oferecer recursos financeiros inauditaveis para a autoridade palestina, que pratica abertamente o “pay for slay” em tradução livre “pagar para matar”, política (sic) que incentiva e premia “cash” por atos de violência praticados contra judeus, houve um aval tácito para que o ciclo de conflitos se reativasse. Viu-se renascer dentro de Israel os “pogroms”, a prática de ataques rituais e tentativas de linchamento contra judeus foram registrados do deserto de Neguev às cidades onde populações árabes e judaica conviviam  com relativa calma durante décadas como Lod, onde mobs,  com hordas de delinquentes queimavam sinagogas e apedrejaram judeus. Cenas dignas dos expurgos da era nazista. Era esse afinal o sentido do slogan preventivo “nunca mais”.

Os mísseis dos terroristas de Gaza são precários? Sem pontaria? Não é bem assim e cada vez é menos assim. Trata-se de um exército organizado e bem treinado. A escalada rumo a um conflito de maiores proporções já é uma realidade acompanhada pela clássica surdez aguda ao bom senso. Por outro lado deve haver bom senso no trato com quem prega abertamente o extermínio do Estado hebreu?

A questão que agora se coloca já é, agora, outra: haverá uma proporção para estabelecer a justiça e, portanto a calma? E quanto aos ataques maciços de misseis sobre populações civis?  Mesmo longe de ser perfeita, a única democracia consolidada no Oriente Médio encontra-se perplexa, sob ataque bélico direto contra áreas civis, enquanto as redações das principais mídias do mundo decidem se chamarão organizações como o Hamas e a Jihad Islâmica militantes, resistência ou apenas grupo armado. Organizações consideradas terroristas pela grande maioria dos países, incluindo União Europeia e Estados Unidos. Como disse uma entrevistada do centro de estudos judaicos quando provocada pelo entrevistador da BBC World News: “o que se esperava quando há uma política de omissão e desengajamento constantes adotada pelos seguidores de Obama numa região vital como o Oriente Médio?”

Antes, e é bom que se divulgue, segundo a halachá (a hermenêutica judaica das leis) “numa guerra há sempre o dever se se buscar uma saída pacífica antes de se engajar em hostilidades”. Eis que agora há na mesa uma generosa oferta de paz aos agressores, desde que a chuva de mísseis cesse, imediatamente, dentro das próximas 24 horas.

É pouco provável que aconteça.

O desfecho é previsível. Decerto Israel será mais uma vez vilipendiado com as falsas acusações de praxe entre elas a campeã da distorção intelectual, a de prática de “resposta desproporcional”.  O incansável sentimento latente antissionista/antissemita lançara mão de todos os seus álibis para acossar Israel. Ora, mesmo assim, a razão estará em pé para mostrar que a grande e inaceitável desproporção é a de linchamentos antissemitas e a de um terrorismo municiado com foguetes.

Paz agora, ou calem-se para sempre.

Convencionou-se traduzir a palavra shalom שלום (em árabe salam/salem/shalam) por paz. Paz, verdade e justiça são, segundo a tradição mosaica, os três pilares sobre os quais se assentam o mundo. Mas shalom é uma destas palavras-conceito, como tantas no idioma hebreu. Na palavra repetida mais de duas centenas de vezes na Torá, a Bíblia hebraica, sua polissemia expressa uma imensa variedade de significados: estar seguro, saudável, perfeito, completo, sensação de bem-estar e harmonia interna e externa – integridade, integridade, saúde, bem-estar, segurança, solidez , tranquilidade, prosperidade, plenitude, descanso, harmonia; a ausência de agitação ou discórdia, um estado de calma sem ansiedade ou estresse.

Seria inútil esconder minhas motivações, parte da minha família vivendo em Israel e passaram os últimos dias trancadas em bunkers. Como articulista tento racionalizar, e evidentemente malogro, afinal não se expurga da escrita a sensação de impotência somada ao sentimento de medo e vulnerabilidade.

O senso comum diria que ninguém gosta de guerra, muito menos de participar, à revelia e diretamente, de um dos mais antigos conflitos do planeta. Mas, entre o senso comum e a realidade existe um aglomerado, duro, impermeável, sem qualquer porosidade: o fanatismo. Nota-se uma distribuição equitativa de gente fundamentalista pelo mundo. Há fanáticos laicos e religiosos. Fanáticos de direita e de esquerda. Fanáticos ideológicos e anarquistas. Fanáticos por criminosos e por heróis sem caráter. Fanáticos racistas e que aqueles que matariam por causas. Existem fanáticos judeus, muculmanos e cristãos. Há também os fanáticos pela paz a qualquer custo.

Mas há que se fazer uma distinção clara e distinta entre fanáticos que tem poder e subsídios internacionais para produzir e lançar mísseis sobre populações civis como é o caso dos terroristas de Gaza — que até agora lançaram 1.000 mísseis sobre mais de 50 cidades de Israel incluindo Tel Aviv e Jerusalém, cidades com 500 mil e quase um milhão de habitantes respectivamente — e os fanáticos contidos por um Estado pragmático e na maior parte do tempo, responsável.

É evidente que devemos rezar por paz em suas múltiplas acepções. Mas a qual preço? E o direito consagrado à legitima defesa presente em todos os códigos penais civilizados do mundo? Pois é disto que quero tratar aqui. Começaram a chover protestos pelo mundo contra Israel e a resposta tímida das redes sociais foram posts sobre “eu defendo o direito de Israel a se defender do terrorismo”. Soa surreal para o leitor?  É surreal.

A antiga declaração de guerra foi substituída por fatos que roubam a função dos diplomatas que andam confundindo discrição com inércia. Há que tem culpe a omissão da atual administração americana pela escalada de violência que mais uma vez atinge a região. Ao voltar a oferecer recursos financeiros inauditaveis para a autoridade palestina, que pratica abertamente o “pay for slay” em tradução livre “pagar para matar” que incentiva e premia “cash” por atos de violência praticados contra judeus, houve um aval tácito para que o ciclo de conflitos se reativasse. Viu-se renascer dentro de Israel os “pogroms”, a prática de ataques rituais e tentativas de linchamento contra judeus foram registrados do deserto de Neguev às cidades onde populações árabes e judaica conviviam  com relativa calma durante décadas como Lod, onde mobs,  com hordas de delinquentes queimavam sinagogas e apedrejaram judeus. Cenas dignas dos expurgos da era nazista. Era esse afinal o sentido do slogan preventivo “nunca mais”.

Os mísseis dos terroristas de Gaza são precários? Sem pontaria? Não é bem assim e cada vez é menos assim. Trata-se de um exército organizado e bem treinado. A escalada rumo a um conflito de maiores proporções já é uma realidade acompanhada pela clássica surdez aguda ao bom senso. Por outro lado deve haver bom senso no trato com quem prega abertamente o extermínio do Estado hebreu?

A questão que agora se coloca já é, agora, outra: haverá uma proporção para estabelecer a justiça e, portanto a calma? E quanto aos ataques maciços de misseis sobre populações civis?  Mesmo longe de ser perfeita, a única democracia consolidada no Oriente Médio encontra-se perplexa, sob ataque bélico direto contra áreas civis, enquanto as redações das principais mídias do mundo decidem se chamarão organizações como o Hamas e a Jihad Islâmica militantes, resistência ou apenas grupo armado. Organizações consideradas terroristas pela grande maioria dos países, incluindo União Europeia e Estados Unidos. Como disse uma entrevistada do centro de estudos judaicos quando provocada pelo entrevistador da BBC World News: “o que se esperava quando há uma política de omissão e desengajamento constantes adotada pelos seguidores de Obama numa região vital como o Oriente Médio?”

Antes, e é bom que se divulgue, segundo a halachá (a hermenêutica judaica das leis) “numa guerra há sempre o dever se se buscar uma saída pacífica antes de se engajar em hostilidades”. Eis que agora há na mesa uma generosa oferta de paz aos agressores, desde que a chuva de mísseis cesse, imediatamente, dentro das próximas 24 horas.

É pouco provável que aconteça.

O desfecho é previsível. Decerto Israel será mais uma vez vilipendiado com as falsas acusações de praxe entre elas a campeã da distorção intelectual, a de prática de “resposta desproporcional”.  O incansável sentimento latente antissionista/antissemita lançara mão de todos os seus álibis para acossar Israel. Ora, mesmo assim, a razão estará em pé para mostrar que a grande e inaceitável desproporção é a de linchamentos antissemitas e a de um terrorismo municiado com foguetes.

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Book Review by Regina Igel (English version)

Paulo Rosenbaum

29.janeiro.2014 17:30:55

Resenha do livro “A Verdade Lançada ao Solo” por Regina Igel

                                                          Throw Truth to the Ground

“Throw Truth to the ground” by Paulo Rosenbaum. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Record, 2010. 

By Regina Igel / University of Maryland, College Park

Translated from the Portuguese by Alex Forman and Regina Igel

There are certain flavors that must be savored slowly to give the tongue a chance to absorb them and time enough to inform the brain about them. Keeping the necessary distance from this parallel reference, this is the case of A Verdade Lançada ao Soloby Paulo Rosenbaum. It is a book that calls for a slow reading, with regular pauses for contemplation, reflection, and meditation in order to enjoy, along with the teachings of rabbi Zult Talb, what the soul is, whether it transmigrates or not, where God can be found, how…

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Meanings for Science

Meanings for Science

 “Advancement in mathematical-natural sciences demands contact with human sciences, to atone for the absolutism of technological-scientific progress and the delusion of a computer-mediated history.”

 (Ernildo Stein)

Science is not impartial.

This sentence, without a context, would open the door, but not create a shortcut, to endless speculations regarding the long history of the human attempt to construct logical consensuses. However, this sentence may take un unexpected turn. For instance, to philosophical Hermeneutics absolutely nothing is impartial. No single human being is a tabula rasa, no human actions are prejudice-free. Why would scientific research be the recipient of a majestic exemption?  Prejudices still exist, more or less tamed. They are always present, since, at the end of the day, they are our ideas. Research surely aims to the discovery of new things, but always in a framework of ongoing debate with past traditions, cultures and experiences.

On the other hand, it is true that science should be clear-headed, and be satisfied in analyzing – in the peaceful environment of studies – the content of the reflections that are produced and published. Yet Medicine historian Henry Sigerist warned that no scientist can be totally free, that is, free to create and free to think unless he/she was assured – as a prior condition – the material conditions to survive. Otherwise, he alerted, he/she will always depend on a particular institution to fund his/her projects and institutions will always impose their particular interests on the purely scientific activities. All in all, this compromise would cut down not only creativity but also the capacity to generate progress of clarifications. Brazilian scientist, César Lattes used to shock his students by advising them to look for rich partners if they hoped for a scientific career in Brasil (or any other non-industrialized country).

This introduction is just to say that the so-called “gray zone of science” has this color only because those who are part of it have not yet understood that the only help possible to support a non-hegemonic research, the only possibility of by-passing the operators that, in a certain way, drive science towards this or that direction, is to make feasible an academic-institutional life, with the massive and decisive support of the State. 

This may sound as anti-neoliberal discourse but the issue is deeper than mere political and economic self-definitions. The only and real chance that there is a more reasonable competition within the inequalities that are inherent to the interests prevailing among rival theories is that the less well established, the less well organized, in any case, the weakest, can search resources elsewhere to escape the predatory attitude of the market.   

As the private pharmaceutical groups cannot be those elected to collect (provide) financial support, the State is the only legitimate political instance to look for.

The State and its development institutions are those who can provide for what is desired in research. Perhaps the new by itself is  not what is right for the market. Perhaps the new by itself will not optimize productivity.That is, there is a need to respect the  scientist’s  or researcher’s motivations.

Gaston Bachelard showed that science and philosophy used to speak the same language. But is this also true of science and money, especially when financial gains enter the equation? Research “ethos”, that is, the answer to questions “what are we researching?” and “for whom are we researching?” should be back in research agenda as an amendment to any modern research statutes.

However, reflections should be directed to another focus. If the State wants, effectively, to offer an opportunity to non-hegemonic techniques and procedures, it should back investments that will make them feasible. It should motivate researchers to develop new and creative models that will inspire research designs that will dialogue with the academia without distorting their particular epistemes. All above, obviously, relate directly to all Integrative Medecine. Without an agreement as depicted above neither Homeopathy nor any other integrative medicine will ever be able to hope for serious research programs, much less enter universities and the academic world, both essential requirements for its scientific legitimation.

Although redundant, it’s necessary to repeat once again that homeopathic research can’t be subjected to standards that distort its foundations. Specially in the case of clinical investigation, as basic research presents a wider area of overlapping with hard sciences. However, these studies make sense only if they increase the progress of science. Otherwise, they run the risk of getting lost in doubtful evidences. The validation statute, so much desired by Integrative Medecine, can perhaps be found in a different language. One that does not belong exclusively with the natural sciences. One that will adopt comprehensive-interpretative procedures, typical of the human sciences.

A current consensus has been achieved: research must be performed, be it homeopathic or not, personal, practical or institutional. Only this drive will change us into viable technology. And research demands institutional support. But if our century is hermeneutical, to establish a dialogue with life is to make traditions speak again.

This we believe we are doing.

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Paulo Rosenbaum

Hahnemann, 266 years later (Published in the Newspaper “O Estado de São Paulo”)

Paulo Rosenbaum

Paulo Rosenbaum

Hahnemann, 266 years later

Born on April 10, 1755

“Man, considered as an animal, was created more helpless than all other animals. It has no congenital weapons for its defense like the bull, no speed to make it able to escape from its enemies like the deer, it has no wings, it has no feet with interdigital membrane, it does not have fins – it does not have impenetrable armor against violence like the land and freshwater turtle, nowhere to take refuge provided by nature because it is dominated by thousands of insects and worms for your safety .. Man is subject to a very large numbergreater disease than animals, which are born with a secret knowledge of healing methods for these invisible enemies of life, instinct, which man does not possess. The man alone painfully escapes his mother’s womb, smooth, soft, naked, helpless, helpless and deprived of…

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