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This is our questioning regarding Labor Law in Brazil and its alleged universality, based on the institutionalized Enlightenment 14 in the context of modernity, considering the neutral and hegemonic nucleus as the free and subordinate labor.
Editorial Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, However, dominant identity policy is not exposed as such, but through abstract universal concepts such as science, philosophy, Christianity, liberalism, Marxism Mignolo,p. A colonialidade do saber: The Argentine author explains: Il contratto di lavoro nel diritto positivo italiano.
Contemporary inequality and vulnerability structures at work in Brazil, imbricated by gender, race and class, were created in the colonial world, that is, they were not import products.
Mignolop. The authorsp.
Decolonial thinking and Brazilian Labor Law: contemporary intersectional subjections
Thus, it is only after the extinction of slavery that a consistent research on the formation and historical consolidation of Labor Law in Brazil could be initiated ” DELGADO,p.
The exclusion poderr certain social segments from power spaces, as a colonial legacy of the unequal distribution of preconfigured labor functions according to race, class and gender, means that the entry into the Brazilian labor market of these groups – specifically black men and, black women – are always ro, in subaltern positions, poorly paid, characterized by vulnerability of labor rights.
Brazilian Labor Law; Decolonial thinking; Intersectional subjections. Acesso em 13 mar. Curso de Direito do Trabalho.
However, the authorp. In addition, schooling in contemporary capitalism is seen as a factor to raise labor productivity and economic growth, not to provide new knowledge and skills to citizens. In this last aspect, Quijano explains that the colonial thinking carried out by Eurocentrism consists of: Thus, each form of labor control was articulated with a specific race.
Whatever it may be called quijanp analyzed, this historical experience -as, it should be remembered, involves most people in the world – is crucial to social theory.
QUIJANO – Colonialidade do poder
Labor Law in Brazil is decolonial deficient to explain the specificity formation of the Brazilian labor social division. Companhia das Letras, For Grosfoguelp.
Ediciones del Signo, In this way, free and subordinate labor that attract the applicability of labor rights, as well as its control, have still a male and white privilege in Brazilian contemporaneity, which makes the precarious labor relations to have been endowed with color and gender, which operates intersectionally in working-class cartography.
However, what Mignolo and Quijano propose is different: The main objective of this article is to provide, under a juridical-sociological aspect 2a critical dialogue between the conception of decolonial thinking and the dominant doctrinal approach of Brazilian Labor Law protective core: In this sense, the knowledge decoloniality is not only a turning to the left within the Eurocentric ways of knowing, but a disconnection to an academic detachment, to a critical opening that allows the discursive transgression of frontiers, which makes invisible unequal historical distributions in power spaces, manifested also in quijaho subjections at work.
In author wordsp. Thus, as emphasized by Grosfoguelp. From their ubiquitous participation in rituals, in decision-making processes, and in precolonial economics they were reduced to animality, to forced sex with white colonizers, and to a labor exploitation so deep that, often, it took them to work until the death.
But it is doubtful that the way consists in the simple negation of all its categories; in dissolution of reality in discourse; in pure negation of the idea and quijzno perspective of totality in the knowledge.
According to Castro-Gomezp. Cadernos pagujulho-dezembro, The gradual phenomenon of a loss of subordinate labor centrality in Brazil 31 and in the world 32 leads us to design variable forms of precarious atypical labor that imply labor subjection, particularly in intersection with marginalized social segments, which continue in subaltern positions inherited from colonialism.
Inequality deepens when we analyze the informality articulated with the race category: Labor as free and subordinate labor is today the most important and frequent legal relationship among all the labor relations formed in capitalist society.
As Costap. Subsequently, this conception is related to the prevailing doctrinal approach of the protective nucleus of Brazilian Labor Law – free and subordinate labors – which reproduces the theoretical-temporal parallel of contraposition in face of the slave-servile work, derived from the Eurocentric legal paradigm, exalting the employment relationship as the great achievement of modern society.
Princeton University Press, This ‘encounter’ is not just the moment of colonial conquest or indirect control, no matter how important it may be. Rumo a um feminismo descolonial. It is not, therefore, a category that involves all cognitive history throughout Europe, nor in Western Europe in particular. The Argentine author explains:. As Andrade and D’Angelop.
Barassi contributed to the birth of Labor Law through a dogmatic construction of the work contract, in which the work force and the worker himself was inseparable, something that goes beyond the simple humanization of the locatio hominiswhich is why he needed a protection quijao specific legal basis.
Thus, the authors point out, that engaging in contracts was not colonialidadr universal as it may seem at first glance, because gender gives a specific status in liberal theory, although it seeks to present itself as a gender neutral theory MATOS; PARADIS,p.