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  • Slavery

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    Mar 8

    That is, the slavery (or at least the exploration of the man) was daily of all the society predecessors we, being thus possua character of normality without affecting the conscience of the societies (that different character and conscience possuam muitssimo of what we know today). To understand better we go to analyze the process of the slaveries in Americas, seeing since its origin with base scientific and religious, and mainly on the basis of the economic question. Amazon Prime gathered all the information. After the Portuguese installation in Brazil was necessary an immediate onslaught of force with intention to guarantee territory. As Portugal it does not demonstrate immediate interest, therefore its main activity at the moment was the attainment of deriving rare products of India and of all the East, the contact with the aboriginals if only became a turbulent contact for return of 1550 with the increase of the exploration of the known noble wood as Wood-Brazil. Defended for the church catholic, the Portuguese had initiated the exploration of its domnios consequentemente and appearing to the necessity of cheap and efficient man power. As to sponsor the immediate coming of Europeans for Brazil it would be economically impracticable, ally, therefore to the endorsement of the church in defense of that the aboriginal native was seno a being unprovided of soul and humanity, initiating itself then maltreatment with the Brazilian indians. ' ' mercadoria' ' she was acquired for the taming explorers of the bushes, or same other tribes of rival indians. This process was prolongated of 1650 up to 1690, when the first incentives to the practical one of the slave traffic appeared. At this moment the church assumed role of desumanizar the black. In contrast of what we read in didactic books, the indian was not sluggish or unprovided of rational capacity, therefore they had not been these the reasons for the incentive to the slavery of the African black.

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