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Veja grátis o arquivo QUIJANO – Colonialidade do poder enviado para a disciplina de Quijano, Aníbal “’Raza’, ‘etnia’, ‘nación’ en Mariátegui: cuestiones. Mignolo, Enrique Dussel, Aníbal Quijano, Santiago Castro-Gómez, Ramón Grosfoguel, .. Aníbal. Colonialidade do poder, eurocentrismo e América Latina. “Ciências sociais, violência espistêmica e o problema da ‘invenção do outro,’” and Anibal Quijano, “Colonialidade do Poder, eurocentrismo e América Latina,”.

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The authors contributed equally for writing the article. In order to make visible and eliminate intersectional subjections in contemporary labor relations, we must start from the conception that there are groups which inherit the racial-sexual colonization work division that still colohialidade have been burdened by precarious work, directed to subaltern specific occupations, with low pay and sub -representation in political and power spheres.

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As Andrade and D’Angelo uqijano, p. About this form of manifestation, which becomes invisible the true relation and shows just the opposite of it, resting all juridical conceptions about the worker and the capitalist and all capitalist mode of production mystifications, all its illusions of freedom MARX,p, But you made me as an Indian and as an Indian I will fight for liberation.

How to cite this article. As implementation of epistemic disobedience, Cplonialidadep.

Whatever it may be called and quijamo, this historical experience -as, it should be remembered, involves most people in the world – is crucial to social theory.

Therefore, the legal-labor theory presents, as a trophy, the presuppositions of this new branch, broke with the contractual individualism and the freedom of the parties, insofar as they recognized the existence of an asymmetry, an inequality among the subjects of the contractual relationship: However, Ballestrinp.

The Argentine pkder explains:.

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Pode o Subalterno Falar? Eurocentrism is here the name podrr a knowledge perspective whose systematic elaboration began in Western Europe before the middle of the XVII century, although some of its roots are undoubtedly older, or even ancient, and that in the following centuries became hegemonic movement colonialirade the same flow of bourgeois Europe O roubo da fala: The authorsp. The intersectional approach goes beyond simply recognizing the peculiarities of the oppressions that operate from these categories and postulate their interaction in the production and reproduction of social inequalities BILGE,p.


The authorp. The coloniality of power demonstrates that the colonial, colonkalidade, political, social, and epistemic relations did not end with the destruction of colonization, that is: The distorted rhetoric that naturalizes Eurocentric modernity as a universal and homogeneous process, hiding the constant coloniality reproduction in the Labor Law in Brazil needs to be denounced.

For the authortherefore, legal subordination is the distinguishing feature of the employment relationship, freely agreed by the worker and guaranteed colobialidade the employment contract. In general, as discussed by Quijanop.

That fulfilled quiijano relevant role to join these assumptions to configurate this new specialized legal branch. While in the first one, work management was carried out autonomously by colonialiddade worker, in the second one, the management of the activity was concentrated in the work creditor who assumed the risk, as a counter-legal subordination of the worker BARASSI, Decolonial thinking in postcolonial studies The postcolonial studies are permeated by distinct and variable axes, but these are presented as a common characteristic of the methodological effort for deconstructing essentialisms, searching to consolidate a critical epistemological reference to dominant modernity conceptions, that are closely related to the colonial experience COSTA,p.


In fact, it constituted a diploma that both eliminated the incompatible production relation with the labor branch from co socio-legal order slaveryand, consequently, stimulated the incorporation, by social practice, of the revolutionary formula of using oclonialidade labor force: Final words Labor Law in Brazil is decolonial deficient to explain the specificity formation of the Brazilian labor social division.

Inequality deepens when we analyze the informality articulated with the race category: Fausto Reinaga Aymara intellectual and activist clearly stated in the s: This problem also emerges from the way which the scientific revolution and the Enlightenment itself were conceived: In a critique of the ontological dimension, Everaldo Gaspar Lopes de Andradep.

Companhia das Letras, For the author, identity policy is based on the assumption that identities are essential aspects of individuals, which can lead to intolerance, and fundamentalist positions in identity policy are always a danger Mignolo,p.


This doctrine reveals that Brazilian Labor Law, choosing the free and subordinate labor as its central object, welcomed the European foundations of the liberal modernity philosophy, in order to legitimate in Brazil the sociability model which sought to universalize the capitalist mode colonualidade production centered on subordination of the labor force to capital ANDRADE, D’ANGELO,p.

Brazilian Labor Law, assuming the paradoxical free and subordinate labor as the only protective neutral nucleus, assigns rights only to those who are covered by the employment relationship, remaining unseen intersectional subjections articulated by the work margins derived from a racial-sexual division of colonial labor, which is perpetuated by the colonial thinking.

In this last aspect, Quijano explains that the colonial thinking carried out by Eurocentrism consists of:. The social thought that emerges from this historical experience is called ‘Southern theory’.

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In this sense, social thought in the global South occurs under different conditions, because it has different presuppositions. It also implies the constitution of colonial society, the transformation of social relations under colonial power, the struggles for decolonization, the installation of new dependency relationships, and struggles to deepen or challenge this dependency. Therefore, the decolonial thinking is necessary for the Brazilian labor doctrine, because the last one still celebrates a discourse that appears as universal, colorless and asexual, in which free and subordinate labor reveals itself with a great transhistorical conquest in the face of slave and servile labor.

Mignolop. Artigos Decolonial thinking and Brazilian Labor Law: The Argentine author explains: Editora Nova Cultural Ltda.

From the point of view of modern liberal-Eurocentric thinking, still extolled by Porer Labor Law, slavery, servitude and independent commodity production have conceived as a historical succession prior to the commodification of the labor force, that is, they are pre-capital.