The importance of science for the modern world is undisputed. But it has its limitations and therefore of the account not to provide all the necessities with the man, in the search of the essential truth, absolute. The image that we still have of it is that one of century XIX, when, on account of the industrial explosion, it was yawed to the condition of only source of knowledge, because all the peoples of the time were inebriados with the abundance of proportionate new features for it. But, a time that the focus of its inquiries consists of desvelar parcels of the reality, it cannot give to the man answers for all its investigations, as the philosophy is considered, inside of the roll of problems that chose to investigate. Thus, each one its way, both are important for the man.
How much to myths, them still some people and peoples exist for. However, as source of knowledge of the reality, they had lost, already she has much time, its status. Modernity banished practically them of history because its explanations of the reality lack of a logical footing minimum, that they cannot offer. In this century XXI, it has one strong trend to search the systematic knowledge of the reality, duly warned to lose the control on each time bigger complexity of the world. This if makes necessary, amongst others as many things, for example, them governments to establish its politics and sociologists to foresee the new routes to them of the societies. The educational systems need to compenetrar themselves of this necessity, better to form the new generations. One more time they come to tona the rules of the philosophy, that is, the search of the unit of the knowledge. Of the one not to understand the world for the knowledge of compartimentadas parcels and you stanch of the reality. Nilton Rodrigues de Souza is Engineer Agronomist, Professor Permitted for basic education and Postgraduate (specialist) in Medodologia of Superior Ensino for the UNEB? Campus XVI – Irec Acesse mine blog ' ' PensarCultura' ' in the address: sees other articles.
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