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  1. Cristina de Amorim Machado, Antonio Augusto Passos Videira & Tatiana Roque (2013). Ludwig Eduard Boltzmann (1844-1906). Scientiae Studia 11 (2):381-389.
    Esta introdução descreve os mais importantes dados biográficos da vida e da obra do físico teórico austríaco Ludwig Boltzmann (1844-1906). As principais contribuições científicas de Boltzmann situam-se nos domínios da teoria cinética dos gases e mecânica estatística, da qual ele foi um dos fundadores. A tese de que as teorias científicas são representações dos fenômenos naturais é encontrada em todos os artigos de Boltzmann. No verbete "modelo", ela é apresentada de modo mais organizado, o que o torna uma peça fundamental (...)
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  2. Carlos Eduardo Jordão Machado (2011). Resenha: O Princípio Esperança. Trans/Form/Ação 31 (1).
    Wagner lamenta a seu mestre, no início do Fausto de Goethe: “Meu Deus! É longa a arte. E é tão breve nossa vida!”. Decerto a frase não poderia ser aplicada a Ernst Bloch, que nasceu em Ludwigshafen em 1885 e faleceu em Tübingen em 1977, aos 92 anos de idade, deixando uma obra de dimensões monumentais.
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  3. Cacilda Machado (2008). Cor e hierarquia social no Brasil escravista: o caso do Paraná, passagem do século XVIII para o XIX. Topoi 9 (17):45-66.
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  4. Carlos Eduardo Jordão Machado (2008). O Princípio Esperança. Trans/Form/Ação 31 (1):205-213.
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  5. Mirela Castro Santos Camargos, Carla Jorge Machado & Roberto Do Nascimento Rodrigues (2007). Disability Life Expectancy for the Elderly, City of São Paulo, Brazil, 2000: Gender and Educational Differences. Journal of Biosocial Science 39 (3):455-463.
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  6. C. Machado, J. Kerein, Y. Ferrer, L. Portela, M. de La C. Garcia & J. M. Manero (2007). The Concept of Brain Death Did Not Evolve to Benefit Organ Transplants. Journal of Medical Ethics 33 (4):197-200.
    Although it is commonly believed that the concept of brain death was developed to benefit organ transplants, it evolved independently. Transplantation owed its development to advances in surgery and immunosuppressive treatment; BD owed its origin to the development of intensive care. The first autotransplant was achieved in the early 1900s, when studies of increased intracranial pressure causing respiratory arrest with preserved heartbeat were reported. Between 1902 and 1950, the BD concept was supported by the discovery of EEG, Crile’s definition of (...)
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  7. C. Machado, J. Korein, Y. Ferrer, L. Portela, M. D. L. C. Garcia, M. Chinchilla, Y. Machado & J. M. Manero (2007). The Declaration of Sydney on Human Death. Journal of Medical Ethics 33 (12):699-703.
    On 5 August 1968, publication of the Harvard Committee’s report on the subject of “irreversible coma” established a standard for diagnosing death on neurological grounds. On the same day, the 22nd World Medical Assembly met in Sydney, Australia, and announced the Declaration of Sydney, a pronouncement on death, which is less often quoted because it was overshadowed by the impact of the Harvard Report. To put those events into present-day perspective, the authors reviewed all papers published on this subject and (...)
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  8. Calixto Machado, Julius Kerein, Yazmina Ferrer, Liana Portela & Maria de la C. Garcia (2007). The Concept of Brain Death Did Not Evolve to Benefit Organ Transplants (Vol 33, Pg 197, 2007). Journal of Medical Ethics 33 (6):369-369.
    Although it is commonly believed that the concept of brain death was developed to benefit organ transplants, it evolved independently. Transplantation owed its development to advances in surgery and immunosuppressive treatment; BD owed its origin to the development of intensive care. The first autotransplant was achieved in the early 1900s, when studies of increased intracranial pressure causing respiratory arrest with preserved heartbeat were reported. Between 1902 and 1950, the BD concept was supported by the discovery of EEG, Crile’s definition of (...)
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  9. Calixto Machado, J. Korein, Y. Ferrer, L. Portela, M. de la C. García, M. Chinchilla, Y. Machado & J. M. Manero (2007). The Declaration of Sydney on Human Death. Journal of Medical Ethics 33 (12):699-703.
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  10. Carla Jorge Machado (2006). Impact of Maternal Age on Birth Outcomes: A Population-Based Study of Primiparous Brazilian Women in the City of Sao Paulo. Journal of Biosocial Science 38 (4):523.
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  11. C. Machado & D. E. Shewmon (eds.) (2004). Brain Death and Disorders of Consciousness. Plenum.
    The main goal of Brain Death and Disorders of Consciousness is to provide a suitable scientific platform to discuss all topics related to human death and coma.
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  12. C. Machado (2003). A Definition of Human Death Should Not Be Related to Organ Transplants * Commentary. Journal of Medical Ethics 29 (3):201-202.
    Kerridge et al recently published a paper in the journal about organ transplantation and the diagnosis of death.1 Although I appreciate the authors’ efforts to present their arguments about such a controversial issue, I found some inconsistencies in this article that I would like to discussWhen Kerridge and his collaborators discussed the origins of the concept of brain death , they emphasised that after the report of the medical consultants on the diagnosis of death to the US President’s Commission was (...)
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  13. Carlos Eduardo Jordão Machado (1988). O conceito de racionalidade em Habermas: a 'guinada lingüística' da teoria crítica. Trans/Form/Ação 11:31-44.
    This essay was a speech pronounced in UNICAMP. It was written for Habermas' brasilian visiting expected at the second semester of the past year. Its unmediate goal was to give some informations about the last Habermas' reflections. Therefore, it tried to insert Habermas' proposal of a "communicative reason" in our days with the generalized irruption of fragmentaries, relativistic and irrationalistic discursive forms . Without claiming to exhaust a so complex subjet, it also tried to put some questions about the critical-cognitive (...)
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  14. Asociación de Filosofía, Cultura Hispánica, Constantino Láscaris, El Pbro Florencio del Castillo & Círculo A. Aguilar Machado (1963). Conferencias en Costa rica 1964 sr. cristián Rodríguez," el auge de la filosofía analítica", asociación de filosofía (8-IV-64).-sr. Claro González Valdés,''la libertad de pensamiento", academia técnica comercial (19-IV-64). [REVIEW] Revista de Filosofía de la Universidad de Costa Rica 1 (13):408.
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