Alternative life (but not so much): reflections on the movie “Captain Fantastic” in the light of the delimitation of social systems of Guerreiro Ramos (1989)

Anyone who has watched the movie Captain Fantastic (2016), (see movie trailer) knows the inspiring character of Viggo Mortensen as the father of six children. He, along with his wife and children, chose to live alone in an American forest. Far from society, they create their own methods of study, food production and health care […]

Presentation of NISP in the 3rd Academic Week Of Public Administration Of UDESC

Professor Mauricio Serafim, leader of the Admethics research project and deputy leader of NISP (Research Centre for Social Innovation in Public Sphere) participated in the 3rd Public Administration Academic Week of the State University of Santa Catarina (Udesc), presenting the work of NISP and Admethics on April 17th. Check out the video: The event took […]

Researchers from the AdmEthics Group publish an article on teaching of ethics in public administration courses

Doctoral student Laís S. Santos, Prof. Mauricio C. Serafim and Prof. Marcelo B. Zappellini, from ESAG and researchers from the AdmEthics Group and NISP, in partnership with Professors Silvia Maria K. C. Zappellini and Martha K. Borges, published the article “Teaching of ethics in public administration courses: An analysis from Pedagogical Projects of Course and […]

Meeting july 12th, 2017

The group members submitted two articles to the EnANPAD academic event and were approved: Teaching ethics in the Field of Public Administration, Mauricio, Marcelo, Silvia and Martha. The Phronesis Study in Organizations: A Systematic Review, by Clara, Mauricio and Marcelo. The idea of seeking to publish articles in international journals A1 / A2 was discussed […]

Meeting june 21st, 2017

Discussion about Reason – Part I Reference: Marias, J. Introdução à Filosofia. São Paulo: Livraria Duas Cidades, 1995. Capítulo 5: A Razão. We began the discussion of the text “Reason”. The group addressed the following topics: Fallacies: suppression of the final cause, polylogism (term coined by von Mises) and nominalism. Etymology of the word understand: […]

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