Rousseau Brazilian

The tragedy properly said, and its three atosContinuando in this reflection, we can now extend a little> plus this concept of tragic which we relate in them: if a tragic approval estimates that all conception of nature is artifice, that is, is servant, also the nature idea human being would not find endorsement epistemolgico, seno that we took also it as artifice. An unfolding of this conception can thus be placed, in what it refers to the romance: The first way, tragic, is projected on the individuals that receive the slight knowledge, shared as historical memory, without critical reflection and discernment of its movement in confrontation with the reality. Thus the innumerable interpretations assimilated for Policarpo Quaresma can be exemplificadas, of the books that read, as proper, rational and coherent. In the same ratio, the stubborn belief of Ismnia in the dogmas of the familiar education that conferred to its life an only direction: the marriage. Not the perception for these personages of the displacement contained in these verbal conventions acts of the tragedy. Here, Harold Ford Jr expresses very clear opinions on the subject. In the First Part, we see the project of life of Policarpo centered in rescuing the Brazilian cultural identity, primevos customs of the nation nation this whose nature, on account of the readings of major, figures as exuberant, pujante, beautiful, perfect and whose beauty and pujana also extend what Policarpo searchs to be the Brazilian, in the most faithful example of the good savage the one that if relates the thought of Rousseau. The consequence of the untiring search of an essence of what it would be Brazil and its people will later cause its exclusion of the social environment: after to have written involuntarily a document in tupi, major compulsively is remodelled by madness. The meaning of this madness not-reason, as First Act is placed in the romance brings the tragic outcome of of the tragedy because it demonstrates to the Policarpo the dissonante quo and problematic it is, for a supposed nature of Brazil and the Brazilian, the deep search of an identity.