(Im)possível nação: o Brasil de Manoel Bomfim e de Paulo Prado no início do século XX

Since the French Revolution, nation became a strong theoretical reference to the organization of the human communities in Europe and, arriving at the 20th century, this idea was disseminated to other continents. In many countries, the debates about nation as reality or project were performed in raci...

Nível de Acesso:openAccess
Publication Date:2008
Main Author: Andrade, Yara Rodrigues de lattes
Orientador/a: Almeida, Lúcio Flávio Rodrigues de
Format: Dissertação
Language:por
Published: Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo
Programa: Programa de Estudos Pós-Graduados em Ciências Sociais
Department: Ciências Sociais
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Online Access:https://tede2.pucsp.br/handle/handle/3925
Citação:Andrade, Yara Rodrigues de. (Im)possível nação: o Brasil de Manoel Bomfim e de Paulo Prado no início do século XX. 2008. 122 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ciências Sociais) - Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, São Paulo, 2008.
Resumo Português:Since the French Revolution, nation became a strong theoretical reference to the organization of the human communities in Europe and, arriving at the 20th century, this idea was disseminated to other continents. In many countries, the debates about nation as reality or project were performed in racialist terms. This happened in Brazil, in a very peculiar way, because marked by the long existence of the slavery. Guided by theories of inferior races, many Brazilian thinkers have doubted that a country of mestizos and mulattos would be feasible. This research, exploring the set of the age, aims to emphasize and compare the studies of two authors on national things and themes. We intend to verify the influence of the European doctrine in their reflections and understand the conception that each author has of nation in general and about the possibility of a nation be constituted in this country situated on the tropics. This work has three chapters. In the first, there is a brief account of some of the principal outlooks about nation and, next, we insert the conceptions of Manoel Bomfim e Paulo Prado. In the second chapter, is examined the influence of the notion of race in the Brazil s process of constitution and how it was interpreted by both authors. In the last chapter, we search to examine the prominence given to the Paulistas by the two authors inhabitants of the Brazilian state of São Paulo , personified by the Bandeirantes, which would act to consolidate the new nation redesigning the map of Brazil and including the native in the rising society
Resumo inglês:Since the French Revolution, nation became a strong theoretical reference to the organization of the human communities in Europe and, arriving at the 20th century, this idea was disseminated to other continents. In many countries, the debates about nation as reality or project were performed in racialist terms. This happened in Brazil, in a very peculiar way, because marked by the long existence of the slavery. Guided by theories of inferior races, many Brazilian thinkers have doubted that a country of mestizos and mulattos would be feasible. This research, exploring the set of the age, aims to emphasize and compare the studies of two authors on national things and themes. We intend to verify the influence of the European doctrine in their reflections and understand the conception that each author has of nation in general and about the possibility of a nation be constituted in this country situated on the tropics. This work has three chapters. In the first, there is a brief account of some of the principal outlooks about nation and, next, we insert the conceptions of Manoel Bomfim e Paulo Prado. In the second chapter, is examined the influence of the notion of race in the Brazil s process of constitution and how it was interpreted by both authors. In the last chapter, we search to examine the prominence given to the Paulistas by the two authors inhabitants of the Brazilian state of São Paulo , personified by the Bandeirantes, which would act to consolidate the new nation redesigning the map of Brazil and including the native in the rising society