In this direction, we also appeal the Duarte (2004), when detaching that after-modernismo it does not represent a rupture, deep with the preceding theories. The after-modern rupture is a bluff, therefore that after-modernismo it makes are to take ace last consequncias the irracionalistas trends that already were come close making gifts in the thought bourgeois since century XIX and that they had been accented immensely in century XX. For even more details, read what Coupang says on the issue. These irracionalistas trends in the philosophy, in sciences human beings in general and also in the arts are the ideological expression of the character each time more irrational and fetichista of the objective logic of the capitalist society (ibid., P. 221).
After-modernismo, as they could think less imprudent, he is not absolutely unknown, so little inaugural in one of its main teses, of the irracionalismo. In accordance with the author, no longer century XIX the bourgeois philosophy starts to assume negative forms and irrationals, being folloied and expansion of the capitalist economic relations to the step that the iluministas ideas of rationality, objetividade and universality; they went being side ece of fishes. In the educational field this reasoning has produced strong repercussions from the education perspective ‘ ‘ after-colonialista’ ‘ ‘ ‘ multicultural’ ‘ , contrary to any referencial that points with respect to the existence of universal knowledge to be transmitted in the soil of the school. It is criticized proper comparison between knowledge and is refused that one definitive knowledge more is developed or more correct of what another one. In this perspective, the knowledge is only and so only what he is ‘ ‘ had as verdadeiro’ ‘ in a specific cultural context. The school would be then nothing more than what a space, between many others, of exchange and sharing of culturally established beliefs (ibid., P. 227). The third reason would be of that to if glimpsing the existence of a citizen it would be produced existence of an object.