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  • 1. e-book: Change Socioeconomics of Countries Poors to Emerging Economies (Livro E-BOOK: A Mudança... = tradução experimental para Inglês) 05/06/2013 15:16 CHANGE SOCIOECONOMIC OF COUNTRIES POORS TO EMERGING ECONOMIES.
  • 2. TEACHER. LEANDRO PORTO ALMEIDA. ₢ Leandro Porto Almeida. All rights reserved. Index:
  • 3. I - The development of human themes ........................................... ................................. 07 II - Theorizing criticoanalítica and historiographical ........................................... .......................... 09 A - Poverty X Wealth.................................................................................................... B - Misery X Effort Structuring Sociocivil .................................................................... 13 C - Lack of Benefits, Work and Income X Income Distribution and Training a Market D - Lack of Study and Instruction X Structuring Educational or
  • 4. E - Lack of Tax Collection and Tax Informality X Forwarding Social to Receive a Benefit or Income Tax and Formalization Billing F - Lack of Investments in Water Supply and Sanitary Sewage X Intervention that Contribute to Rise of the Quality of Life .............................................................. 47 G - Hunger X Distribution of a Minimum Income and Food ........................................ 48 H - Lack of Employment Opportunities, Trade, Housing in Homes Simple X Structuring Civil, Community, Social and Cultural Wide Change Degeneration of the State Human ............................................. ................................... 49
  • 5. III - Appendix or Introduction: The poverty found in the world of Recent History, in countries such as: Haiti, Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, etc.. vitalizes: the allocation of an ideology; foreign policy to the status of political competence of governments. Thus, also corresponding to the change of numerous social, civil, structural, political and cultural countries in poverty. In the history of these poor countries, a huge portion of the population in a state of misery is a situation of unchangeable
  • 6. humanocivil degeneration and social economic characteristics and yet the scope of human poverty. Misery, poverty, lack of work, lack of schooling, lack of sanitation, the spread of disease, hunger and poverty reality of a moral, social, and cultural compile the existence of a methodology cientificosocial (science social), human and political, in that this reality is altered. Thus, through epistemology (the study of scientific knowledge) teaching historical and scientific methodology will enable a breadth and instrumentation of a political theory able to illustrate scientific mechanisms to change or Socioeconomic Change In Poor Countries to Emerging Economies. The maturation of a political theory of economic development of countries in a state or situation of misery prepares a suitability poverty, these underdeveloped countries, the ascension status and change to the emergency (the act pass these savings to emerge economically). Even so shall it be possible to establish the consolidation of states (countries) structured to end the misery and planned development, the pre-defined political theory (or even international relations). The social reality of the country in a state of misery or
  • 7. poverty lies in the Humanities capacity is established as the subject, or even discussion, in this case as a subtheme to historical understanding (conveyed to the economic history of these nations). So a transdiciplinarização (the union of several disciplines) history (discipline) to the Political Theory of Economic Theory and epistemology (study of knowledge), teaching history (combined with historiography) can ascertain, a result of the evaluation of this social reality and Community and establish, through a mechanism Humanities change the underdevelopment of these nations. The poverty of the most underdeveloped countries, for example, Haiti, Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, etc.. even underdevelopment of emerging third world countries (Brazil, South Africa, Bolivia, etc..), mechanisms are maturing epistemological (knowing the academic record) with a view to the differentiation state of poverty and misery (found in some nations) the economic emergency (the act of progressing economically) poor nations. The reaction historic (the act of changing the story) in the pursuit of economic emergency (the act of develop economically) should from governance mechanisms based on political theory largely developed, for the purpose of advancing economies and reduce social inequalities.
  • 8. The Human Science (here specified as: transdisciplinarity between History, Political Theory and the Economic Theory) define mechanisms, in this case the human subjects dialectical narrated below: A - Poverty; B - Misery; C - Lack of Benefits, Income and Labour; D - Lack of study or instruction; E - Lack of Fiscal Revenue and Informality Tax; F - Lack of Investments in Water Supply and Sanitation; G - Hunger; H - Lack of Employment Opportunities, Trade and Housing
  • 9. Simple houses; The organization of people in a state of misery is a problem related to any foreign nation. The nations have sovereignty and therefore, it is difficult to set up an international policy in dealing with developing nations. The economic underdevelopment may change by developing the application of political theory and even of Economic Theory and maturation of a change in the economic life of nations in a state of misery is to be a historical projection (so we can build the story).
  • 10. Preface: The instrumentation of this work historiograficocientífico (historiography of this book, for example), aims to conduct a dialectic (address two issues; promote a dialogue between two subjects) between underdevelopment found in some nations and epistemology (the study of knowledge) scientific (Human Sciences) History of Political Theory and Economic Theory. Thus, the change and the change of the economic life of poor countries: the human subjects will discern (described in the introduction) an approach to the need for adaptation of this story (the history of these countries) a projection; able to bring changes humanocientíficas guiding a social mobility, civil, community and also intraeconômica.
  • 11. I - Development of Human Subjects: The reality of the economic life of the poor countries is conditional on themes humanopolíticos. In this work historiographical define some of these issues: A - Poverty X Wealth; B - Misery X Effort Structuring Sociocivil; C - Lack of Benefits, and Working Income X Income Distribution and Formation of a Labour Market; D - Lack of Study Instruction X or Educational or Cultural Structuring;
  • 12. E - Lack of Tax Collection and Tax Informality X Referral to Social Receiving a Benefit or Income Tax and Drawing Collection of Taxes; F - Lack of Investments in Water Supply and Sanitary Sewage X Intervention that Contribute to Rise of the Quality of Life; G - Hunger X Distribution of a Minimum Income and Food; H - Lack of Employment Opportunities, Trade, Housing Casas Simple X Structuring Civil, Community, Social and Cultural Change at the State Wide Degeneration.
  • 13. Thus, the factors listed or human subjects, will objectify an ideology targeting structural change this reality of grace (political) organic (the lack of government on these issues). I'll head to the historiography written (so transdisciplinary) historicocientífico a result of solving these human subjects (described above). By believing in Political Theory in Economic Theory (existing academic disciplines of Economics and Political Science, respectively) and the Humanities (academic disciplines of History, Psychology, Literature, Philosophy and Social Science, or sociology) as mechanisms generating insight ideologicopolítico: the resolution of political problems (such as those described above as human subjects), was also base the existence of history (discipline) as a discipline with scientific plausibility. Through historiography is possible to describe a society, to point out their shortcomings and thus theorize a political ideology able to change it. In science the manipulation of search results: these results will turn to something we want. Thus, the history determined after the results of a research about the company (eg: in the description of human subjects, listed above), we heading to suitability of these results (through manipulation) a structuring teoricopolítica the alteration factors or human subjects, for example.
  • 14. II - The criticoanalítica theorizing and historiography: Development of methodological factors or human subjects: A - Poverty X Wealth: The poverty of underdeveloped countries is a factor economicohistórico. In many places on the planet earth: people are born poor, living all his life (often) and even die in poverty, in poverty or misery.
  • 15. Thus, poverty in some nations of the globe are predetermined by: political regimes (oppressive regimes); civil and social structuring (inadequate); sociopolitical manipulation (in which some owners are mechanisms of production: land, mines and mines, industries, infrastructure and livelihoods, eg orchards, gardens, etc..) and lack of political interest, by raising the quality of life of billions of poor people on the planet. The poverty in this world is the result of politics. On Earth, we can see that there are wealth: for example, richness can result from water, stones (bauxite, cassiterite: aluminum and iron, respectively), the vegetation (for the production of medicines, paper, etc.); the extraction of orchards, vegetables, crops, etc.. Poverty is something psychological politics. We find production mechanisms (livelihoods) on planet earth: the vegetation (through extraction plant: leaves, herbs, fruits, fruits, medicines, raw material: cellulose, rubber, etc.), soil (crops, mineral extraction, extraction of metals, sulfur, manganese steel, etc.) and also in the waters of the seas and rivers, and the springs (gathering shellfish and seafood). Civileconômico development of poor countries can, for example, establish political actions necessary to transform poverty into
  • 16. wealth. Through the chart, below, we can observe an evolution economicohistórica communities or nations in poverty: 1 - Community in poor Third World countries: Social economic factor: Poverty. Example of evolution comunitarioeconômica: Economic factor status: Cultivation of orchards or building a dam
  • 17. Community. Result economic status: Wealth in food Community. 2 - Community-poor countries of the Third World: Social economic factor: Poverty. Example of evolution comunitarioeconômica: Economic factor status: Mineral Extraction
  • 18. (Excavations). Creation of mines to The extraction of metals. Economic results Status: raw material for industry and generation jobs. 3 - Community-poor countries of the Third World:
  • 19. Social economic factor: Poverty. Example of evolution comunitarioeconômica: Economic factor status: Create plantations and orchards for agricultural production (Community). Result economic status: Agricultural Production for consumption and industrialization.
  • 20. The land on which nations, communities or poor people (the third world) live, is a factor to generate wealth and thus to develop the poor. The transformation of poverty into prosperity is dependent on obtaining resources (money) and the existence of governments to implement a political theory reversal of underdevelopment. In this book, I will work with an ideology and even a reversal of the political theory of underdevelopment. So even countries in a state of misery can avail this facility to combat social inequalities. This subtheme human "Poverty Wealth X", created a community structuring of wealth: in chart 1 (described above), the cultivation of orchards and the construction of a dam Community generated wealth (theoretically). In chart 2 (described above), the extraction of mineral excavations generated jobs. Thus, in chart 3 (the last; described above), the development of community gardens and plantations generated wealth
  • 21. and power in the currency (profits) to the community. It is obvious that any industrial or commercial enterprise in any country in poverty depends on raising capital (money). This capital is in the hands of the great economic powers, even among financial world, the United Nations (UN), the IMF (International Monetary Fund), etc., but its use will depend on the political organization of these nations, the safety of investment (how much will be profitable to large economic powers) and it really is possible to modify these countries with financial aid. The situation in countries such as: Haiti, Sudan, Somalia or Ethiopia needs investments and political theories for economic development. Moreover, it is possible to find poverty in countries less poor, eg, Bolivia, Mongolia, Paraguay, etc.. B - Misery X Effort Structuring Sociocivil:
  • 22. The biological condition of human beings in a state of misery is precarious. The weakness, infections, even the possible mental illnesses (caused by psychological factors) and marital status (their deplorable condition this civilization) and social (living conditions, habitat, etc.) determine what these humans (men and women) are in a state of degeneration humanocivil. When we talk about poverty we think that the financial factor is predominant. There are also various types of poverty in these communities, peoples, nations and so on. in poverty, in this way, I can cite as some misery humanocivis subthemes: B1 - Misery Economicofinanceira. B2 - Misery Mercantil. B3 - Social Misery. B4 - Civil Misery.
  • 23. B5 - Educational Misery. B6 - Cultural Poverty. B7 - Human Misery. B8 - Misery Moral. B9 - Intellectual Misery. B10 - Misery Community. B11 - Urban Poverty. B12 - Rural Poverty. B13 - Misery Children. B14 - Youth Misery. B15 - Misery Adult. B16 - Misery Policy.
  • 24. The transformation of human theme Misery X Structuring Sociocivil effort will require a prediction: this prediction will need to set the theme of "Misery", what he means in these communities (in such a state of misery). However, using the methodology proposed in this paper historicocientífico, you will need to incorporate this theme a dialectic (another topic). Thus, the factor or theme elenquei human B = Misery X effort Structuring Sociocivil; follows: B1 - Misery Economicofinanceira X Development Economic-financial. B2 - Misery Mercantil X Growth of Industry and Commerce. B3 - Misery X Social Planning and Social Ascension. B4 - Misery Civil X Structuring A Civilization. B5 - Misery X Educational Teaching / Learning.
  • 25. B6 - Misery X Cultural Cultural Insight. B7 - Human Misery X Revitalization Humanocivil. B8 - Misery Moral X Civil Structuring Politics. B9 - Intellectual Misery X Culture and Political Expediency. B10 - Poverty and Social Community X Structuring Humanocivil. B11 - Misery Urban Development X Sociocivil. B12 - Rural Misery X Theorizing Organicopolítica. B13 - Misery Child X Planning Sociocivil. B14 - Misery X Youth Training and Work-Study Equivalent. B15 - Misery Adult X Targeting Political Science. B16 - Misery Policy X Historicity (do history) National.
  • 26. B 1 - Misery Economicofinanceira X Development Economic-financial: The economicofinanceira misery of a people, population, nation or even a community: it can be studied through history (the history discipline). This study can be conducted through the analysis of economic structures (the coping mechanisms) of this people, or nation. In some communities the presence of an economic structure is almost zero (for example, in communities in poverty or misery) as also in many others this structure is insufficient to generate income, etc.. The situation of communities in poverty or misery is the result of an economic structure (these communities) inadequate.
  • 27. Economic development financial communities in a state of misery will come from a political theory. This political theory concerns the people who will have to head to finance economic development. In order to make possible a theory of political economic and financial development of populations in poverty or misery, I created a chart about this theory: Organogram of political theorizing economic development financial populations in poverty or misery: Step 1: conducting a demographic sense (a score of people, their age, sex, education, organic disease: disease, etc.). Step 2: developing a profile anthropological history (the study of these men, women and children). Thus, one can distinguish: children: adults; Old: young, people with health: sick, etc.. (Thereby
  • 28. creating no group). Step 3: Development of a policy of care and support to each of the groups, eg children should participate in an education system, with food, health care, etc.; youth participation in a system of equivalent education (a kind of non-traditional education, GED, etc..), referral to job training, health system, cultural development, etc.; patients a health care and receiving a minimum income, etc., and to adults the creation of job opportunities, equivalent education, culture, health, etc.. Thus, this society will be heading to the definition of socioeconomic groups. These groups may thus moving to a routing policy. The cataloging (those stated above) will represent: mechanisms, sociological, economic, studies of society and the economy of poor countries (or countries in which there is, state of misery). This study (cited above), the society and economy of poor
  • 29. nations (who have people, communities or societies poor or miserable) will need to organize an economic profile and determination of a rise and socioeconomic status. The transformation of "Misery Economicofinanceira X Economic Development Finance": will be determined politically then the ordinance sociopolitical determination of social groups (those determined above): young, old, children, students, people who are able to work; patients; literate people, illiterate etc., that comply with the State's role to manage the activities that develop socially, economically, culturally and civilly the lives of all these people. The referral of young people to prepare them for work, to study proportional to culture, development opportunities (to their economic, cultural) will make this social group less apt to economic underdevelopment. Thus, each social group will depend on political action to establish its development sociocivil. B 2 - Misery Mercantile X Growth of Industry and Commerce:
  • 30. The capacity market, the underdeveloped nations will be a factor to establish: A economic emergency. Nations in a state of misery or poverty such as: Haiti, Somalia, Sudan, etc.. may develop to emergence (the appearance) economic. Misery market, existing in some nations means the lack of industrialization, industrial production, agricultural, pastoral and strengthening trade, exports, etc.. Thus, changes in poverty mercantile nations in poverty depend on a political foundation. It will be possible to talk about the state of misery from the commercial development of a global policy development market. Thus, communities, peoples, nations and so on. in poverty or misery must be the venture's formation of "labor markets". This development, the formation of labor markets concerns: international investment (by governments and entrepreneurs) in the market area, for example, vegetable or mineral extraction, in manufactures; Changing the "State of Misery Mercantil X Growth of Industry and Commerce" in these communities, peoples and nations creates a foundation of political structuring a market work1 for
  • 31. economic development in these countries (in a state of misery). The extractive mineral, vegetable, the manofaturas2, the provision of services related to the industry, etc.. mechanisms will be important in the formation of these new labor markets. Alternatives growth of industry and commerce in populations in poverty or misery are very broad. There is the availability of training a working class, there is also the need to generate foreign exchange earnings (profits) to the country and the people: in this way, there will be the development of the state (the state will collect and deliver benefits to the rest of the population, etc.). . Thus, the vegetable and mineral extraction can develop: the production of manufacturing and pre-processed, eg, the production of clothes, herbs, food, sweets, snacks, artifacts, etc.. Is it possible, for example, the production of: caps, earrings, bracelets, pens, rugs, wigs, sconces, etc.. The development of the vegetable and mineral extraction: may create, in addition to manufacturing production, the development of drug production or extraction of minerals such as; cassiterite (iron), manganese (steel), bauxite (aluminum ), even also the extraction of coal, etc.. There is also the possibility of extraction pet (production of
  • 32. meat: lamb, pork and beef) with the creation of herds or oil extraction (animal oil). Agricultural development (in plant extraction) is to establish food production for the domestic and foreign market. In countries in poverty or misery, for example, Haiti, Somalia, Sudan, etc.. and even in countries that underdevelopment is a characteristic, eg South Africa, Bolivia, Brazil, even China, India, etc.. will require a change plan and establishment of a global policy. Only with the establishment of a global policy, it will be possible interference in the economic sphere and civil these nations. B 3 - Misery Social X Planning and Social Ascension: The social misery of a nation, people or community means: the precariousness of the structure of their society. Social misery means, underdeveloped society!
  • 33. In an underdeveloped society can meet: poverty, misery, sick people, crime, illiteracy (children, youth and adults); prostitution, addiction (to alcohol, smoking and drugs), lack of sanitation (water pipes and sewage); inadequate housing, hunger, poor living conditions, lack of opportunities (employment, study, study, equivalent to health), etc.. Social misery is when: a society is poor. Thus, "Misery Social X Planning and Social Ascension": sets the development of society (these nations, peoples and communities in poverty or misery). To develop societies in developing countries is necessary: the existence of a program of political intervention in many nations of the planet Earth. The development of an underdeveloped society will depend on the policy established in this society. Thus, countries (even communities or societies) in poverty or misery: has the need for development policies sociocivil. The "Misery X Social Planning and Social Ascension" (this subtheme): determines that poor societies, theories hold international development policies. These political theories will need to become (we followed your needs) their societies: models of development.
  • 34. The policy of an underdeveloped society is always a policy of state failure. Underdevelopment is a lack of policy, planning, it is also a slavery to humans (which are included in it). When a change to the established social misery: we believe in changing a society miserable, in making it scalable and selfsustaining. These companies need a political order, the rise of a planning sociocivil, etc.. The social misery is when: the Company does not own regional policy, does not hold a labor market for all workers in this society, so has exacerbated poverty; does not generate wealth or does not have production, has no political planning for the life of the young and even the adults, not health care or the needs of the people of your community, etc.. This social misery is a state of grace. On the globe entire nations from this perspective, for example, Haiti and Somalia. To establish changes in misery societies: it is necessary, to discern; policies are generating poverty. Poverty is not only the result of capitalism or socialism (as we have socialist nations where there is a lot of poverty, for example, Cuba, China, etc.), is but the result of politics.
  • 35. The establishment of universal policies for social development and poverty alleviation are important factors: socioeconomic change in poor countries to the emerging economies. A universal policy development sociocivil planning will ensure the rise of social miserable. You will need an intervention policy in all nations of the world for the establishment of a universal development sociocivil. Thus, in any country of the globe will set a schedule to the rise of people miserable and even communities. On the globe, this social misery can be combated: it will require political planning, intervention and the establishment of a development policy sociocivil, also will need investment from the private sector (business), capital. The collapse of these companies is contained in the policy and also contributing factors to the policy, such as: interest groups handlers; unwillingness of business groups to invest in poor nations (against the risk of loss of their capital, with nationalization or depredations ), or even the lack of requirement of these nations or communities to adapt to the development. The existing policy on planet Earth does not require communities to develop, even governments to distribute rents, food
  • 36. etc.. (Except in cases of intervention mechanisms of global governance as the interventions of the UN and OAS, the United Nations and Organization of American States, respectively). Policies are not universal, has no scope for the development of communities worldwide; ending poverty, etc.. Societies can develop through: universal policy development sociocivil; popular government policies (regional), greater participation in these communities to politics, or even with the impact of an intervention in world governments of countries in which there are communities in state of poverty or misery. B 4 - Misery Civil X Structuring A Civilization:
  • 37. A civilization, even a community in a state of misery can be planned structuring. Observing the misery, before history and the humanities: an opinion themed sets, in which the lives of people (and even structuring their sociocivis) has conditions through policy, international support and development criticocientífico (these humanities) of change in accordance with the planning and proposed changes in these structures sociocivis communities. In subtheme B1, described previously quoted conducting a demographic sense as a way of knowing if the people affected by poverty or misery anywhere in the world. Achieving a sense (a count of the number of people, their age, education, etc.) in these communities, in addition to developing a profile anthropological (one cataloging of age, training for work, for study, etc.) and the development policies for socioeconomic improvement (treated in subtheme B 1) is a methodology humanocientífica modification structuring sociocivil poor and underdeveloped. Besides these factors, cited above, other factors would be needed to change these societies, among them: · Population Division between: sick or in need of treatment or rest; provision for people with paid work (with the creation of labor markets,
  • 38. cited above); children available for the study (literacy; integral school, etc. ); able to train young people for work, etc.. · Change in socio-economic life of all members of these communities. Planning sociocivil (or even social framework) should be directed to the structural development (such as that described in the human subject Poverty Wealth X; previously mentioned) and able to serve the community. Thus, the cultivation of orchards or building dams (cited in The human subject; described above), the mineral extraction and vegetable, growing vegetables and crops for community use may generate social wealth (described above). · The structure of labor markets (through international interventionism), the international interest in investments of a private nature, international political interventionism (quoted in subtheme B 3) and the development of a universal political community development (also cited in the subtheme B 3 ) will be able to structure new mechanisms to these societies in a state of poverty and misery. The "Misery Civil x Structuring of a Civilization", states that: communities in poverty or misery need:
  • 39. 1 - Growing orchards or building dams Community. 2 - State Enterprises and private extraction plant and mineral. 3 - Creating gardens and community plantations. 4 - Conducting a demographic sense (a count and definition of a profile to the population). 5 - Performing Cataloging Anthropological communities (The definition of age, job training and the study), as a way of adapting people to a scientific methodology of human development. 6 - Interventional for establishing international
  • 40. investments able to structure or form markets working people of these communities in a state of poverty and misery. 7 - Development of industrial and commercial structures; formation of cooperatives; production systems and state private; structuring regional policy (able to discuss and organize social problems) and democratic laws protection of human rights, civic and social development, etc..
  • 41. B 5 - Misery X Educational Teaching / Learning: Misery education: found in people, populations, communities or nations in poverty or misery determines a disqualification professional. The education of a people is establishing its operating capacity in the labor market, even his rise sociocivil and socioeconomic (in most cases) or the parameters of liberty, law, etc.. Is it credible that the professionalization; economic growth and the establishment of laws are associated with education. The act of teaching to others (and thus society) establishes a standard of intellectual development and professionalization (society) capable of becoming any abstract social underdevelopment and even civil, through the ages. Thus education prepares a substrate: human development. The development of mankind is the result of education, work, but mostly of the laws, the professional qualification; education. The education of a people (nation or community) establishes its operating capacity in the labor market; sociocivil their rise and even the parameters of their culture, freedom, etc..
  • 42. Professionalization, acting in politics, culture and civil politics of nations and communities depend on their schooling. Thus, in these countries in poverty and misery (eg: Haiti, Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan), or even in underdeveloped countries (eg, Brazil, Bolivia, Africa South, Mexico) investment in education and also in equivalent education is important to improve the quality of life. This subtheme human "Misery X Educational Teaching / Learning", develops a political theory to the evolution of education in poor communities. This subtheme human, the process of teaching / learning is a cornerstone in building a community (or nation) that can achieve a better quality of life in a few years. Education depends on educators and political attitudes. Communities rely on public and private investments in the sector of infrastructure and resources for food and even for school supplies. Education should be available to all humans. Thus, it is necessary that education beyond traditional words, also equivalent. Should educate children, youth and adults. Thus, education must be equivalent in all traditional teachings (normal school and supplementary Primary Education, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Technical Education / Vocational and Higher Education).
  • 43. The application of learning communities develop the learning process. Raising the level of education in these communities: will allow the elevation of living standards. The formation of a community without instruction and education can determine your misery. Moreover, this community may be unfit to work (by not having professional qualification). The operating loss of not establish education as an investment to the state, is a people without purchasing power, without currency (which did not generate profits). Moreover, this population may be needed and costly to the state itself. The economic burden to the state to sustain a community without education will be perpetual. While the benefits of tax revenue a community can multiply whenever raising the level of education. The end of misery educational depend on the establishment of a system of education for inclusion. Everyone should be able to participate in the education system and so be able to change their grade level.
  • 44. B 6 - Misery Cultural X Cultural Discernment: Combined with education, culture is an important mechanism of preparation and intellectual development. Culture is a mechanism for clarification and is also an agent of social transformation. The diffusion of any culture, for example, the language culture, the musicalizacion (music), the theatrical (theater) or the insertion of people on sport culture (dance, sports), or culture media (radio, newspaper, television and literature); beyond ethnic culture (the customs of certain communities) may develop intellectual capacities. A people without cultural activities (eg, nations in a state of misery: Haiti, Somalia, etc..) May stagnate culturally. Thus, the intelligentsia will be impaired people: they will not be able to write books, compose music, speak other languages, etc.. and thus its culture can become miserable.
  • 45. The "Misery Cultural Cultural Discernment X": theoretically establishes a dynamic on: cultural diffusion in countries in poverty or misery. Thus, political theory to the rise of culture in these countries shows that the production: this culture demonstrates is important to cultural development. You will need to develop culturally political freedom these nations. Freedom should be a factor to stimulate cultural production, to promote continuing education (the development of other educational issues) and make these countries, cultured countries: the cultural area. In countries in poverty or misery cultural production is almost nil. Thus, we did not observe the development of cultures: theater, music, sports (dancing, etc.) and even the culture of language, literature, even the press, etc.. The cultural formation is hindered by lack of teaching / learning, or even the condition of poverty in poor countries. Allied to education, culture will help in intellectual formation of any people, nation or community. Thus, the culture will establish a concept of intellectual elevation, important to human development.
  • 46. B 7 - Human Misery X Revitalization Humanocivil. In populations, peoples or nations in a state of misery: is all kinds of people in the process of human degeneration. Thus, it is possible to find: youth, children, babies, seniors, adults, men and women in these conditions, the lamenting and human misery. In these people, we find: weak people, malnourished, sick, or people without income generation activities, etc.. The approach of this sub-theme "Human Misery X Revitalization Humanocivil": it is, to show, that there is the possibility of regeneration of any society. A structural reformulation these societies will be able to rearrange them and make them a foundation humanocivil political development.
  • 47. The human misery, present in many poor countries of the Globe is a factor to generate the gaps Humanities. For example, in these countries there: fertile soil for agriculture, water constitutes a factor capable of collecting or storage (it is possible to build dams and reservoirs, etc.), it is possible to create orchards, it is possible to extract to minerals and vegetables (these programs in developing sustainable economies: they do not destroy the source of funds), the creation of vegetables, etc.. Is it possible, through the policy: to create a more egalitarian society. In any community in poverty or extreme poverty will require the creation of a labor market; also an economic structure that alters the condition of underdevelopment and civil society. These communities are perfectly capable of changing their conditions of underdevelopment but of course only the policy can change them. The only subsidy for political change in these communities, peoples or nations in poverty or misery: beyond diplomacy and foreign relations will be of course a policy of international intervention. In all countries of the Globe in which poverty and misery are existing, it is clear that for a reason: the policy or otherwise been unable to solve the problems of civil and social underdevelopment. Diplomacy and foreign relations may disclose a policy of regeneration
  • 48. of these societies. Forward, the theory existing policy may be imposed by nations to other nations, since the existence of human underdevelopment, civil and social (or economic). Political attitudes will always be able to alter reality sociocivil and economical, they are: governments themselves (in their governments, countries in poverty or extreme poverty), or international intervention policies. You can change to human misery with structural changes in the politics of these nations. A Political Theory of changing the reality of these nations, communities and peoples is possible by the political intervention of the more developed nations to poor nations. The miserable human being, cause great expense to their nation. Thus, the change of their economic level: the end may generate economic degradations. In many nations of the globe, the mineral, vegetable or natural stemmed water, forests, etc.. never been explored. In these countries we find mineral resources, such as aluminum, manganese, bauxite, and further wealth vegetables, such as, for example, petroleum, coal, extraction, fruit and berries, as well as agricultural extraction, etc..
  • 49. There, these nations need to develop communist: the joint use of these sources. Thus, the development of these nations will be subject to the order of economic degradation. In some nations, such as, for example, in poor nations capitalism is something to further degenerate society. The development of socialism, or even communism (collective ownership) of the means of production will be guiding a rise in the standard of life of these nations. Thus, these contingent of miserable people could achieve an increase in their standard of living. Policy intervention in nations where there are populations in a state of misery: the development of communisms regional (regions where there is: collective ownership of the means of production) can increase the local economy. B 8 - Misery Moral X Structuring Civilpolítica:
  • 50. The human being poor, miserable: no minimum income, not integrated into any social system of survival, is imbued with a way of life of human deprivation. So without conditions: to get proper nutrition and have minimum conditions for survival, will be subject to human frailty. The structuring civil policy, to the detriment of "moral poverty"; political science underlies the urban planning. Thus, to guide a hope of change to all areas of misery, these people, communities or populations in a state of misery. Communities, peoples, nations, or peoples in a state of misery could integrate a model economicocivil and political organization of societies miserable. The establishment of a political leadership of these societies should bring about a historic change in their consolidations. The moral poverty is a factor difficult to reverse under the political point of view. So, this will depend on new conditions of survival and psychological counseling, but will have to come from politics. The political path will be to guide: civic, economic and political rise to all. Thus, the policy will be responsible for developing mechanisms sociocivis rise.
  • 51. B 9 - Misery Intellectual x Culture and Political Expediency. There will be cultural or intellectual human: capable of generating knowledge or modify the condition sociocivil peoples, nations or communities in a state of misery, in places where there is the intellectual misery. Political theory should come from the academic, scientific able to develop "guiding political systems development sociocivil". The "intellectual poverty" means mental uneducated, poor reasoning for the development of mechanisms organicofilosóficos (governmental philosophies). Have the science, the guiding role: the structural strengthening, family, community, civil, economic, social and
  • 52. cultural. The population groups in which intellectual production: not able to change their political reality, are imbued into a system, little or even no intellectual production. Constituting communities miserable: miserable also in intellectual production. The changing realities, human and civil education: these communities can, contribute to the rise of cultural production. Thus, the democratic political discernment, may develop in these nations. Through the development of democracy: cultural production in these people, communities or nations in a state of misery, may develop freedom of expression, thought and even the production of political culture. The development of the press, reasoning and production of human knowledge and scientific only be consolidated with the existence of political freedom. This freedom is the symbol of a democratic state, political discussion, freedom of thought and expression; also press freedom, knowledge, etc..
  • 53. B 10 - Misery x Community Structure and Social Humanocivil. For the development of communities, peoples and nations in poverty or misery: we can use political theories. · Thus, we observe in subsection A - Poverty X Wealth: 1, 2 and 3 (Community-poor third world countries); Outcome 1: Institutionalizing: Community orchards and vegetables. Outcome 2: Institutionalization of: mineral excavations Community.
  • 54. Result 3: Institutionalizing: plantations and farming community. · In subsection B 1 - Misery Economicofinanceira X Development economic-financial, observed: Outcome 1: Cataloguing anthropological (census and preparation of a profile to the inhabitants). Outcome 2: Cataloging anthropological (cataloging humanocivil for the formation of groups) Result 3: Cataloging anthropological (referral to social development program: a policy on care and support).
  • 55. · In subsection B 4 - Misery Civil x Structuring A Civilization, also observed: Outcome 1: Formation of labor markets. Outcome 2: Creation of social, economic and political. Outcome 3: Development of control mechanisms to economic structures and civil (with international interventionism). Thus, social structure and humanocivil face discernment assumption minimum follow a political theory: change misery Community maturation, a political science. B 11 - Misery Urban X Development Sociocivil.
  • 56. The villages, communities, nations, etc.. in a state of misery develop: aspects of vulnerability to the proliferation of social problems. The existing inestruturação sociocivil and subcondition intraeconômica create a complete degeneration sociocivil and politics; able to stop the advance of statehood. The urban squalor, quoted in the title of this subsection demonstrates, that will take a moral effort (Hobbes. 1983) for structuring a society self-sufficient. This urban misery in its political constitution means a misery policy. Consolidation miserable, found even in rich countries is a factor to degenerate civility. Thus, the manipulation: these people, communities or nations in a state of misery; development civil, social, economic, political and cultural will be possible through policy planning. The creation of social, civil, economic and political: in these communities, peoples and nations in which there is a state of misery, be discerned as an initial step in the consolidation of a social, political and economic change. The institutionalization of a state increases the quality of life and creates care and support to people: it will change the human subcondition found in many nations.
  • 57. Interventionism of the UN (United Nations) these people, communities or nations where: there is a state of poverty, misery, or human degeneration, may bring a mechanism of international legislation (for the deal, these human issues). Thus, these companies will be supported to international legislation. To devise a solution for communities, peoples and nations in a state of misery: I think that the creation of social, civil, economic and political, will be able to change the condition of poverty to the emergency (the act of emerging to another condition). · Thus, the social facilitation relates to: Right to housing in simple houses. Right to work state institutionalization. Right to integrate the programs supporting children (educational and unable to care).
  • 58. Right to study or to integrate an educational process of teaching and learning. Right to health monitoring. Right to training programs for work. Right to form communities. · Thus, the civil structures arises: Formation of labor markets. Formation of state structures of production (means of production community, addressing poverty found). Training of civil structures: public safety, public health, public education. Establishment of private companies, postal system, banks, notaries, judiciary, etc..
  • 59. · In economic structures, epigraph: Proceeds from the job. Mechanisms of income distribution, state media production. Gross domestic product (GDP): the existing production (quantity and value of goods produced). Raw material for the production of goods. Raw material for the state media production of goods. Formation of a monetary system (economic or cash flow). Formation of flexible accumulation of capital (capitalism). Formation of fixed capital accumulation (work state).
  • 60. · And so, in political structures discern: Formation of chambers politics of representation. Formation of a political class emerging from these communities. Formation of political bodies of government. Legislative institutionalization of law (Constitution, Organic Laws, etc.). Institutionalization of human rights, political rights statutes sociocivis groups: children, youth, adults, old, sick, etc.. Poverty is a factor to instigate political capacity. This misery is something: to question the science. Political science will be able to change it. Thus, you can head to politics: science subordinated to these humanitarian issues.
  • 61. B 12 - Misery Rural x Theorizing Organicopolítica. The different potential political will: heading to raising the quality of human life. The rural poverty, established: determines the impossibility of producing food and biofuels. A human can determine rurality: a minimum quality of life. Thus, planting for agricultural production or for the generation of electromotive energy (biofuels) will constitute a factor generator of wealth to the people in a state of misery. Agriculture in these people, communities or nations in a state of misery depend on: irrigation (creating hydraulic systems), the handling of the land: the acquisition of seeds and agricultural inputs,
  • 62. besides the work of harvesting and storage. Our planet produces food spontaneously. Thus, nations and governments should control the demand for food. Our ecosystem is rich and human intervention, agricultural production will be able to generate power to all beings of the world. Thus ruralization the globe, it constitutes a political mechanism of reversibility misery world. Theorizing organicopolítica: means for determining a timetable for political ruralization the globe. The governing body aimed at increasing agricultural production, to be ruralization will: mechanism of logistics policy (aimed at the accumulation state grain). A logistics policy: ruralization of, for example, may support the formation of new communities. In these new communities, agricultural: the yield potential may determine rural wealth. A rural wealth is surplus production. In these communities, theorized: the production for consumption and for sale will be, a factor to develop the economy, to reveal a great economic potential (the potential yield, agricultural).
  • 63. B 13 - Misery Children x Planning Sociocivil. In poor or underdeveloped children found in a state of misery. There are also young people, adults, seniors, etc.. in a state of misery; know. There will also be a new contingent of future miserable. Today, this quota is obvious: they are children. A "child poverty", proposed in this subsection: human science proposes toward resolving this misery. The extinction of child poverty, the title of the organization depend humanitariopolítica: · The increase in quality of life of citizens, parents of these children.
  • 64. · In control mechanisms: the degeneration of human adults. · From planning humanitariopolítico: to improve the quality of life of adults. · Of the social programs of school maternity and children welfare, etc.. Planning sociocivil (proposed in this subsection), comes to child poverty: how adjacent to human misery. The elevation of factors such as: education, the per capita income of the parents or a better social structure; civil and economic communities in a state of poverty (or poverty), will lead to decreased degeneration of children (given its lack .) The wealth of future generations depend on planning policy in dealing with children. These children, nations, peoples and communities impoverished state can be agents of transformation in their societies; since integrated into a program of change and economic sociocivil. The development of a policy to support and care for humans, adjacent policy: will determine the consolidation of companies
  • 65. self-sufficient. Combating "child poverty" is a political priority, however: it also means the end of a future misery, even new generations. B 14 - Misery x Training Youth to Business Relationships and Educational Equity. The young poor or miserable: in nations, peoples and communities impoverished state, may be destined to a perpetual poverty. In these places, the perpetual poverty descends: lack of commercial and industrial undertakings; political factors, lack of commitment to the poor sections of the population; inestruturação of social, civil, economic and even political representation, etc.. The lack of development sociocivil, oppression of political regimes, the state of human degeneration, etc.. are factors to leverage
  • 66. poverty. Thus, poverty juvenile is already a consequence of the economic and political subcondition, these people. So: is childhood poverty; well as youth, etc.. The policy, these peoples or nations in a state of misery: it is generally oppressive, no murders, punishment, there is still the physical torture. Humans, in many poor nations: they are subject to political oppression. Political regimes; kill, beat, practicing torture, slavery, etc.. Also: oppressive regimes, undemocratic; let the people at the mercy of hunger, famine, of begging. There, by the United Nations (UN: United Nations): political intervention; determining a humanist or international law etc.. The "misery youth", children, etc.. also means: lack of international interventionism. Thus, the international society is conniving with political oppression, the misery, etc.. The humanitarian UN (United Nations), is something to remedy the human subcondition: but beyond this helps, there should be also humanitarian law (political humanitarian interventionism). This humanitarian interventionism political will look to contain the vertex, the root of human degeneration.
  • 67. The policy in these peoples, nations or communities in a state of misery is: artifice of evil, malevolent cognitude, insubstância fraternity, rationality with slavery and even to power; sometimes. The socioeconomic change in poor countries to the emerging economies will be possible through the theoretical framework policy; also the international political interventionism, etc.. Capacity building business relationships and educational equity; creates a policy guideline, youth. Empowering young people to work, as well as grant equivalent education (even in the workplace), will be a way to target young people to receive employment benefits, to cultural development. The young worker, besides being away from misery, is able to receive knowledge. So, you can learn: languages, calculations, cultures of communication and expression, etc.. Professional training and education equivalent: has the condition to develop the culture and even the ability of people. In these people, communities or nations in poverty or misery: there should be an increase in cultural capacity; policy should empower beings to work. Pursue a policy of human development is: also, a way to save a generation poverty, perhaps perpetual. Develop humans will; also save families, ethnic groups, communities, etc..
  • 68. B 15 - Misery Adult x Targeting Politicocientífico. The human being is a source of knowledge, intelligence, culture, etc.. An "adult poverty" means that these human beings: they were not participating in political science. What to do? Our political system is a national: still no financial interest; creator of capitalisms, socialism, theocracy, etc.. A targeting politicocientífico: would integrate these beings, the miserable, a program humanocivil rise. So science: it could make them more worthy, more money, etc.. The formation of a labor market, training programs, the
  • 69. integration of these beings, miserable, a policy of protection and care, and even the development of their societies, communities, etc.. These beings lead to a regeneration mode. The creation of opportunities in the world sociocivil: depend on a universal law. Interventionism is able to change: socially and economically underdeveloped world. The formation mechanisms of international control of underdevelopment will change: societies, their economies, and also civility policy, these nations. Thus, international interference can legislate the globe; tract called the third world. A unit ideologicopolítica; unification of poor economies; politicocientífico a direction will guide a science of support to human regeneration. An adult poor or miserable is a source of wealth, knowledge and understanding, however: inactive, bankrupt, on the brink of oppression hunger, beggary, famine; becomes degenerate. The despotic, autocratic, forgetting people's politics: are wills that separate the policy of the humblest. A targeting politicocientífico misery adult is: determine that humans are the means of production, production of goods, to know, etc.. The adult miserable:'re vulnerable, will spend his life
  • 70. miserable. Are doomed, also subsequent generations. B 16 - Misery x Historicity National Policy. The "misery" policy exists in these nations, peoples and communities in a state of misery: it reveals a state of intellectual submission. The formation of ideas (or ideologies) politicians usually oppressed by authoritarian governments. The condition of intellectual submission generates an aspect of anti-history of these nations, peoples and communities in a state of misery. The anti-story is the act of seeing: suffocated actions and facts of history, by governments. A "political poverty" is: the lack of political attitudes,
  • 71. because of political oppression, etc.. This misery policy holds: a manipulation to the people. Any political attitude is a philosophy: this philosophy can be organic, or inorganic. The organic philosophy descended from government agencies, however, there are also inorganic philosophy, one that descends from portions of the population (usually of philosophers, historians, journalists). The philosophy inorganic only exists in nations, peoples and communities that: democratic ideals can be incorporated into the policy. Thus, poverty policy: there because of the lack of democracy. Countries, nations, peoples and communities state misery, history is being oppressed. The historicity (the act of consolidating a story) is conditional upon: oppressions; escravismos; subhuman conditions; tyranny, violence, civil wars, etc.. The historicity of a nation, people or community to make: its philosophy and its politics, yet, by the events that relate to this story. Thus, the generation of ideologies (philosophy inorganic) may develop miserable human being; heading to conduct a more developed story, etc.. A level playing field between beings, raising the quality of
  • 72. life, cultural and political development will be guiding a story with a better consolidation. C - Lack of Benefits / Income and Work x Income Distribution and Training A Labour Market. In this issue or human factor you need to consider cultural diversity policy. This diversity refers to differences between the government schemes. Thus, it is possible to find yourself in these nations regimes: democratic, autocratic, theocratic, beyond the establishment of republics, federations, kingdoms, empires. Thus, there is still:
  • 73. presidential, parliamentary, despotisms, etc.. The multiplicity estamental (state set) should be ignored: in dealing with the formation of a universal legislation in fighting poverty. Interventionism humanistic: it is able to develop socially and civilly these people, nations or communities in a state of misery. The lack of benefits / income and work: could suffer an acceleration to its scientific development to the distribution of income (or formation of a labor market). International law could guarantee human rights. Thus, humanitarian intervention would ensure: · Means Communization regional production: institutionalized by the United Nations (for example, orchards and vegetables, minerals excavations, crops, etc.).
  • 74. · Training of labor markets, state and private. · Formation of cooperatives. · Creation of manufacturing industries. · Creation of trades. · Establishment of telephone companies, electricity and sanitation, etc.. with international guarantees (guarantees ownership equity and commercial domain). · Guarantee of income distribution, stemmed from work; flexible accumulation state (regional state media production); participation in cooperatives, etc.. · Guarantee the job training, etc.. The lack of job training and also the lack of study: collaborate to establish links with low labor remuneration. The lack of
  • 75. study is almost a factor irreversible, since: The study relies on a process of learning / teaching, in addition to a structure school, etc.. However, a multiplicity of humanitarian actions in favor of these people, nations or communities in a state of misery: can all lead to the formation of a communist culture and mercantile; able to significantly alter the story of their economies. D - Lack of Study and Instruction X or Educational Structuring Cultural. A minimum rate of literacy, the creation of structures teaching assistants (in companies, etc..); Oportunização the teaching
  • 76. equivalent (one small stroke, or GED), even ripeness (examinations: for graduation) etc.. factors will develop educationally nations, peoples or communities in a state of misery. A global education policy can be implemented, as a factor to aid socio-economic change in these nations. In these countries, the development: an education system, raising the level of education and even; preparation for the work are factors for improving the quality of life. E - Lack of Tax Collection and Tax Informality x Referral to Social Receiving a Benefit or Income Tax and Drawing Collection of Taxes.
  • 77. The state, nation, poor: with populations in poverty or misery, must organize communities in social strata; holders purchasing power or consumer. So, should also contribute to the tax: the extent, that achieve some income. The formalization of a state economic emergency: government may establish a foundation; execution of works, the creation of infrastructure, generation of employment, etc.. Social development and civil: these peoples, nations or communities in a state of misery should be; founded by a system of taxation. The rising standard of life of these communities, combined with a system of taxation may also; distribute incomes, the disabled, elderly, etc.. The tax revenue, establishes a broad political force, in favor of the perpetuation of the state. The features of the collection are an important factor supporting the poor, disabled, sick, etc.. The formalization is a joint financial policy, aimed at the development of the state machine (the governing body).
  • 78. F - Lack of Investments in Water Supply and Sewerage x Health Intervention and lift the quality of life. Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Haiti, etc.: third world countries, where we found the people in a state of misery, demonstrate the need for intervention by the social sciences (political science). The failure of these states is a procedure guiding scientific support, their economies, societies, etc.. The articulation of humanocivis improvements will depend on political interventionism. Thus, you can determine the guarantees global entrepreneurship, the development of public utilities. The water, the uptake of sewage, the establishment of a hydraulic system (such as building terraces for storing water, in high places), are important factors in hygiene, in combating diseases; also
  • 79. on the rise quality of life of people in a state of misery. A health intervention; too far it will be with political interventionism. This intervention will be: establisher of private investments in the area of sanitation. Drinking water, tap water, sewage uptake, are major factors to the establishment of a cleaning. The availability of water sets: a minimum standard, the living conditions of these people (people in a state of misery). G - Hunger x A Minimum Income Distribution and Food. The cultivation of orchards, the construction of weirs or
  • 80. dams, and the creation of plantations, grain or hortifrutos can bring power to the people in a state of misery. Furthermore, the development of their economies: through the actions of the means of production commonization regional (proposed new media: eg, ponds, orchards, plantations, mineral excavations, vegetable farms, etc..), Will raise the income people in a state of misery. Hunger: the peoples, nations or communities in a state of misery: it is a challenge to political theory. This hunger can be tackled: the political theory, how badly tearing human life. On a planet: where food born spontaneously; orchards bear fruit, the dammed water can produce fish; plantations can produce food for all living community; communism and cooperativization can develop many rents, etc., the problem of hunger becomes a problem of politics. As a historian, I come to one conclusion: this world determines what history is the use of the policy. The policy is able to change the history of the country. Regional policy can be reset to the UN: practice a policy of socio-economic change. The political interventionism, countries, peoples and communities impoverished state may determine: a decrease in the massive problem of global hunger.
  • 81. Government and politics should monitor the demand for food and not allow the existence of hunger on a global scale. Thus, governments (and politics) can develop food programs in the nations, peoples, or communities in a state of misery. Increased food production, better income distribution, combined with programs to improve the quality of life of human beings miserable, will be an important action, the development of a policy change and social and economic status. H - Lack of Employment Opportunities, Trade, Housing in Simple houses x Structuring Civil, Community, Social and Cultural
  • 82. Wide Change of the State Human Degeneration. A new civil and structuring socio-communitarian with international interference: definition of a common policy; poor countries could represent a point of economic uplifting. The role of international politics: may determine the means of using the state mechanism; these nations. Intercede with the preparation of a policy of structuring social, civil, economic and political determine a change in the history of these people. The layering sociopopulacionais; formation of labor markets, even building a habitat, stone, wood, brick, recyclables, etc.. in addition to other measures of a political interventionism international political factors will be paramount to the establishment of a society change. Poor societies require structural changes: the division of the population, to establish a profile (adults, youth, children, men, women, elderly, sick, etc..); Planning sociocivil the creation of mechanisms that support socioeconomic (as the cultivation of orchards, the creation of dams and the creation of regional public plantings and vegetables), besides other factors increase their structuring.
  • 83. Mineral extraction, extraction plant, irrigation, planting crops, generating food, etc.. are factors to establish a political conditioning to change. The policy must condition the societies and economic development sociocivil. The opportunity to work, to trade, to housing in simple houses: will change the social structure of the people in a state of misery. To change the state of human degeneration far will be through international legislation of support and care for people and their economies. Political science has generated an ideology: it is an ideology of improvement, change the living conditions of economic emergency. The application of the policy community can determine the end of oppression, injustice, etc.. Life on a planet that creates food: should be ruled by politics. There must be: a way of intervening in the economic world, nations in a state of misery and poverty. World hunger will cease to exist: thanks to political theory to political science. Will, something that science has determined its final Consolidated something for these and for future generations.
  • 84. III - Appendix and Epilogue. In writing this book, "Change Socioeconomic of Countries Poors to Emerging Economies", treated the history of these peoples, as a factor likely to change through policy. The performance of a policy change: may establish mechanisms to change societies or poor miserable. Exposure of thoughts about a theory of change: represents the aspiration, a support staff to humans miserable globe. This support is: the desire to help them politically, to form is regenerated beings from misery. So thank: the Federal Laws, the political class composed; freedom of thought and expression, political conquest; discernment of
  • 85. other authors of the humanities, the empirical knowledge and scientific production. I also thank: the United States and other democratic countries, for defending freedom, democracy and the right to perpetuate political thought. The hope of the world: peace, an end to the famine, the liberation of human beings from slavery and economic policies generates desires in the humanities and so here also discerned. Thus, also the equality between human beings can be discussed and discerned: as, for example, the right to minimum living. In my life, I sought a path to science, a path to humanism, politics. Changing the world through politics and human reasoning: this is the ideal of a life policy, focused on the common good, a devotional life policy humanist.
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  • 87. Author: Leandro Porto Almeida graduated in History from the University of Passo Fundo and author of other works: such as; The Interdisciplinary History X Philosophy; Platform or program of government to the executive branch;
  • 88. Religious Book - Psychographics. In this book, the author deals with the realization of a political theory to the problem of global poverty and human misery: "Our planet produces food spontaneously. Thus, nations and governments should control the demand for food. " "Our ecosystem is rich and human intervention, agricultural production will be able to generate power to all beings of the world." "The government should control the politics and the demand for food and not allow the existence of hunger on a global scale."
  • 89. Note to readers: the author of books available on the Web for free. Therefore, no disclosure of an account for spontaneous contributions: For cash contributions, deposit any sum of: CEF, Aug. 0494 - Current Account: 013 - 129320-5 in the name of the author: Leandro Porto Almeida.

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