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March 23, 2017

Brazil Mass

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Parties of ' ' dawn republicana' ' in Par. Source: Euro Pacific Precious Metals. 15 of November of 89 the republican dawn Veni, vidi, vici! (Daily of Notice, November of 1891). The movement of Announcement Republic happened in November of 1889, as much its events social politicians and, how much ideological also they are inserted in the movement of production of traditions in mass that characterized the end of century XIX and beginning of century XX. In this aspect, Eric Hobsbawm works that ' ' tradies' ' they are important aspects of the formation of a national collective conscience that values underlying elements its historicidade. Working as example the French case, the author explains the sprouting of public ceremonies as the Day of the Bastilha and other events ' ' oficiais' ' ' ' not oficiais' ' as fogos of artifices, balls of street or the production in monument mass of dither of on figures to the republican civic panteo as important indications for the production in mass of traditions that gave sensible to the elements of social cohesion and necessary collective identity for the formation of the regimen.

Jose Murilo de Carvalho in the formation of the souls works the configuration of the Brazilian republican State from the analyses of the battle of symbols and alegorias that if politics in such a way exerted in the quarrels, how much ideological that characterized the implementation of the republican regimen in Brazil. In this direction, the author approaches the question of the elaboration of the imaginary republican as form of legitimation of any regimen politician; so that this occurred, it was necessary also that an intense battle in the manipulation of symbols was processed that would mold the conceptions around the republican regimen. To this intention he points the author who ' ' a symbol establishes a relation of meaning between two objects, two ideas, or between objects and ideas, or two imagens' ' .

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