Sousa Saints

But we also saw that the unexpected one becomes possible and if it carries through; we saw frequently that the improbable one if carries through what the probable one more than; let us know, then, to wait the unexpected one and to work for the improbable one. This must be the great tonic of the professor to work and to wait, to wait and to work desiring that the improbable one becomes reality, that each pupil its can be a concientizao disseminator, transforming agent of the society. In this universe, the search for the identity is inevitable. Sousa Saints (2003, P. 136) opportunely remembers in them that: The concern with the identity is not, obviously, new. We can say until modernity is born of it and with it. The first modern name of the identity is the subjectivity. The collapse of the medieval theocratic cosmoviso brought obtains the question of the authorship of the world and the individual constituted the first reply.

The renascentista humanismo is the first paradigmtica aflorao of the individuality as subjectivity. But what it is identity? identity looks for to demarcate border, making distinction between what it is inside and what is outside and under this perspective the university professor needs to understand concepts as identity and difference, promoting reflections on which ideologies are for backwards of the identity and difference in question. According to Tadeu Silva (2000,81): The identity as the difference, is a social relation, them simply is not defined, them is imposed. They do not coexist harmoniously, side by side, in a field without hierarchies, them is disputed. It is not treated, however, only of the fact of that the definition of the identity and the difference is object of dispute between social groups 6 asymmetrically situated ones relatively to the power. In the dispute for the identity ampler dispute for other symbolic and material resources of the society is involved.