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July 12, ; Accepted: In this last aspect, Quijano explains that the colonial thinking carried colinialidade by Eurocentrism consists of: In the words of Quijanop.

Decolonial thinking and Brazilian Labor Law: contemporary intersectional subjections

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 the perspective of totality in the knowledge. But you made me as an Indian and as an Indian I will fight for liberation. However, modern reason must be transcended not as a negation of reason, but as an overcoming of Eurocentric, violent and hegemonic reason. From the point of view of modern liberal-Eurocentric thinking, still extolled by Brazilian Labor Law, slavery, servitude and independent commodity production have conceived as a historical succession prior to the commodification of the labor force, that is, they are pre-capital.

The Argentine author explains:.

Eurocentrism is here the name of a knowledge perspective whose systematic elaboration began in Western Europe before the middle of the XVII century, although some of its roots are undoubtedly older, or even ancient, and that in the following centuries became hegemonic movement through the same flow of bourgeois Europe Final words Labor Law in Brazil is decolonial deficient to explain the specificity formation of the Brazilian labor social division.

The dominant Brazilian Labor Law doctrine imported the Eurocentric legal-labor paradigm and extolled the free and subordinate labor as the central object of this Labor Law, reproducing, included, the theoretical-temporal parallel of contraposition between slave and servile labor in order to condemn them and to exalt the employment relation as the great conquest from the modern society recognized by the bourgeois Liberal State ANDRADE, D’ANGELO,p.


It is not, therefore, a category that involves all cognitive history throughout Europe, nor in Western Europe in particular. La hybris del punto cero: Identity in policies is relevant not only because identity policy permeates the whole spectrum of social identities, but because the identity control policy resides in the construction of an identity that is posited as natural MIGNOLO,p.

According to Grosfoguelp. Revista Novos Rumosv.

The intersectional colonialidaed goes beyond simply recognizing the peculiarities of the oppressions that operate from qiijano categories and postulate their interaction in the production and reproduction of social inequalities BILGE,p. Princeton University Colnoialidade, Therefore, the legal-labor theory presents, as a trophy, the presuppositions of this new branch, broke with the contractual individualism and the freedom of the parties, insofar as they recognized the existence of an asymmetry, an inequality among the subjects of the contractual relationship: Therefore, as part of an urgent epistemic decoloniality process, theoretical disobedience resources should be activated for overcoming the coloniality exclusion patterns and the marginalization of protected subject in the Labor Law in Brazil.

The Brazilian jus-labor doctrine needs to develop decolonial projects through disconnection from a neutral and scientific academic perspective, which demands to be epistemically disobedient, according to Walter Mignolo MIGNOLO,p. Editora Nova Cultural Ltda.

Il contratto di lavoro nel diritto positivo italiano. However, dominant identity policy is not exposed as such, but through abstract universal concepts such as science, philosophy, Christianity, liberalism, Marxism Mignolo,p. As Andrade and D’Angelop.

This socioeconomic generality of work, however, is, as seen, an extremely recent phenomenon: Barassi classified the contract of employment in the type of leasing unit grant for onerous title of the enjoyment of any source energydistinguishing the contractual species locatio operis from locatio operatingum.


The social thought that emerges from this historical experience is called ‘Southern theory’. Behind of this apparent neutrality in prevailing doctrine of Brazilian Labor Law, the labor jurists deliberately assume one of their position: As implementation of epistemic disobedience, Mignolop. Dusselp. Artigos Decolonial thinking and Brazilian Labor Law: For the authortherefore, legal subordination is the distinguishing feature of the employment relationship, freely agreed by the worker and guaranteed by the employment contract.

QUIJANO – Colonialidade do poder

For the author, identity policy is based on the assumption that identities are essential aspects of individuals, which can lead to intolerance, and fundamentalist positions in identity policy are always a danger Mignolo,p. The postcolonial approach establishes a production process critique of scientific knowledge that, favoring Eurocentric matrices, reproduces the logic of the colonial relationship COSTA,p.

The identities built up by modern European discourses were racial that is, the colonial racial matrix and patriarchal. 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: Cadernos pagujulho-dezembro, About this form of manifestation, which becomes invisible the true relation and shows just the opposite of it, resting all juridical quijwno about the worker and the capitalist and all capitalist mode of production mystifications, all its illusions of freedom MARX,p, The core of this criticism, as Ballestrinp.

The parties of an employment contract shall never be legally equal, insofar as the exchange between capital and labor is presented poxer the same manner as the purchase and sale of the other goods.