Civility (entry)

Luiz Sergio Modesto


This entry begins a series of others of the author that will frequent the Brazilian Journal of Constitutional Law. The series will expose the terminology of the contemporaneous applied research implying signs shared with several dialectal ou scientific disciplines in the areas of the Human Sciences (Anthropology, Philosophy, Sociology, Political Theory) and of the Applied Social Sciences (Administration, Information Science, Communication, Nomogogy of the species latin Lex, anglo Case Law, han [Fa - Model]), looking for phenomenologically quantify their objects or referents, if possible, probable or previsible of observation, experiment and verification. Applying strict epistemological cuts on the semioses (signic actions) of such entries, the author will
superpose the semiotics-physics complex method (1) of the Semioselogy, including of the Physics phenomenology
(Heisenberg, Bohr, Lao Tzy), of Signology (Peirce), and of the Progmatic Operational Instrument (Modesto), in (2) casual syntaxes with other disciplines equally sensu stricto scientific, to conclude by their trivial, dialectal or scientific instrumentality.

The present entry, with the methodological syntax of Hominisemiotics, comparatively describes the civility, pre-civility and incivility patterns in the family (bonobos, humans, chimpanzees), provided by the euthymic or exact and force political data in the domestic and public spaces, and the phenomenological criteria for its quantification and verification. The instrumental application of the civility patterns in the analysis of the territorial or extraterritorial ethnic actions allows to the academic evaluation in real time to quantify a political superposition to the human alterity without implying its justification.


euthymia; hominisemiotics; incivility; politics; pre-civility; terrorism; violence

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