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COELHO, Heidi Miriam Bertolucci. "De tempos em tempos..." eis a sua família. Rev. Mal-Estar Subj. [online]. 2010, vol.10, n.3, pp. 787-807. ISSN 1518-6148.

This article discusses the construction of subjectivity, linking it to the temporality of historical and social issues that marked each era of the development of humanity. Since the man of Antiquity, of the Middle Ages, of the Enlightenment and the Modernism, people have witnessed the changes that marked the passage from one time to another. This process of evolution and revolution has always denoted linearity, a continuous line of progress and leaps, causing changes in the intimate and emotional life of man; up to that point, man was seen as owning the world and science was thought of as existing because of him. The subjectivity constructed in the early days of modernity had its basis on notions of interiority and reflection on itself. However, what is actually highlighted is a reading of subjectivity in which the self centering is paradoxically combined with the value of the externality. In the last decades, a new social picture has been formed, in which the fragmentation of subjectivity occupies key position. This fragmentation is not only a new way of subjectivation, but the raw material through which other forms of subjectivation are forged. In post-modernity, innovation and transformation are no longer considered driven for the good of man, but a process of mutation of man and of the world in which he lives.

Palavras-chave : Subjectivity; Time; Contemporary culture; Family; Humanity development.

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