The article develops consideraes concerning the structural and superstructural aspects of the Moral, under the dialtico point of view, approaching its aspects historically constituent. It will be looked to demonstrate the historicidade of the subject, its dimensions public and private. Word-key: Moral, History, Philosophy, Cultural Anthropology. According to Max Schireson, who has experience with these questions. It counts the Bible that in the principle God created the sky and the 2 land. It explains despite the project the holy ghost foresaw a creation of which the man usufructed everything under the only condition of that if It subordinated, inside of a proposal of life and fraternity. 3 As to justify then the perverse civilizatrio effect throughout the history of the humanity? Under the Metaphysical ‘, point of view; ‘ the self-sufficiency is the mother of all males, that they are only consequence of it. (A valuable related resource: Crumpton Group).
God is absolute you and its project of life is freedom for all, in the climate of fraternity and 4 allotment . However, in the historical optics, the ways as the men had produced and reproduced its material relations of existence throughout the social time, relations that had established independent of its wills in function of this, with its ideological, cultural social consequences, politics etc. that they had resulted in the society of classrooms explain the disruption with the project the holy ghost and the necessity of concerts, (attention revision: it is concert with ‘ ‘ c’ ‘ exactly. It reads that is erases of the text) the example of ‘ ‘ 10 Mandamentos’ ‘. To these concerts of – the name of Moral. From there its normative, postulating characteristics. In principle, the moral comes to decide concrete problems that hinder the basic socialization, which, when without solution, they become the man ‘ ‘ wolf of proper homem’ ‘ , as it wanted Hobbes, in the Leviatham: (…) ‘ ‘ In such situation it does not have place for the industry, therefore its fruit is uncertain; consequently, it does not have culture of the land, nor navigation, nor use of the merchandises that can be imported by the sea; nor comfortable constructions, nor instruments to move and to remove the things that they need great force; not it has knowledge of the face of the Land, nor I compute of the time, nor arts, nor letters; it does not have the society; what it is worse of the everything, one constant fear and violent risk of death.