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Analles looks for to understand the temporality in sub? extract, therefore searchs behind the fact that is the tip to evaluate the processes that had taken the definitive event, analyzing that the fact in itself has one short duration, however the process that unchained the fact possesss a long duration that to the few emerged in the event in instantaneous itself, thus considering to reconstruct history evaluating the historical context of the period and reconstructed – lo of clear and verdica form giving felt and cohesion to the facts, without producing a history of cause and effect. With the aid of sciences auxiliary it considers that if it does not make only factual a economicista history that understands the mentalities, a psico history – social, however when it is used of the psychology it must – to remember that this area of the mental science that of only the particular diagnosis of the individual and if cannot thus analyze a complex society only for an individual and delimit the actions of the others for this particular diagnosis and transform – lo in universal with this if developed one another aspect that makes possible for history the nexus between factual history, history mental partner that it passes to be the historical anthropology, that is, through the anthropology that if it defines as disciplines that it studies culture of determines society and that it will go to make possible to understand the events in its in such a way mental structures and the thought shared for the individuals and correlating with the values, symbols and the meanings that each estruturantes event and its processes reflect in the culture of the society, and thus interpreting the symbolic codes, appraising with the objective to reconstruct history that understands the directions of the historical process the event and its structures in its historicidade. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCE: It reads Goff, Jacques, new history. Under the direction Roger Chantier, Jacques Revil. Translation Eduardo Brando. 5 ed. So Paulo: Martins Sources, 32-84.


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