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Title: Discurso jurídico e (des)qualificação moral e ideológica das classes subalternas na passagem à modernidade : Evaristo de Moraes (1871-1939)
Keywords: Trabalhador;  Pobreza urbana;  Moraes, Evaristo de, 1871-1939;  Cidadania e direitos;  Discurso jurídico;  História institucional;  Historiografia;  Repressão;  Controle social;  Classe trabalhadora;  Sociedade;  Poder (Ciências Sociais);  Classes subalternas;  Intelectuais Pensamento político;  Brasil;  Legal discourse;  Disqualification;  Subaltern classes;  Intellectuals;  Power
Issue Date: 13-Mar-2007
Abstract: This dissertation analyzes the disqualification of subaltern classes presents in the juridical discourse at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries in Brazil. The dissertation begins with the individual trajectory and political and social thought of Evaristo de Moraes, a legal intellectual from this time, with an important role in the defense of tolerance in public policy directed towards the urban poor. Moraes, a mulatto who started as a rábula and later was a lawyer, had different identity s registers: he worked in defense of the politically persecuted working class and urban workers and prostitutes. He primarily contributed to the defense of subaltern classes, but he also took on notable criminal cases in the federal capital. For sources, this dissertation uses the works of Evaristo de Moraes, published journal articles by him and about him, criminal processes, and other sources in which one can see Evaristo s participation in the legal field and in the political causes of the period, as well as studying the personal and familiar questions facing de Moraes that demanded his potential and called for overcome strategies.
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/18815
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