Democracia e política na obra de Florestan Fernandes : o momento de interpretação do Brasil (1960-1975)
Mazucato, Thiago Pereira da Silva
MetadataShow full item record
This work aimed to analyze the theoretical and conceptual shifts in a group of books of Florestan Fernandes published in the period 1960-1975 we consider to be their works of interpretation of Brazil: Social Changes in Brazil (1960), The Sociology in an Age of Social Revolution (1962), Class Society and Underdevelopment (1968), Dependent Capitalism and Social Classes in Latin America (1973) and The Burgeois Revolution in Brazil (1975). The general question that guided the research was to investigate how the issue of democracy appears in this Works, crossing their reflections on topics such as dependency, underdevelopment and planning, all issues related to the sphere of Policy, and was adopted the methodological perspective of linguistic contextualism (Reinhart Koselleck, Quentin Skinner, John Pocock) to analyze the theoretical and conceptual shifts of Florestan Fernandes in these works.