Journal of Education & Social Policy

ISSN 2375-0782 (Print) 2375-0790 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jesp

The Importance of Oblivion for the Construction of Memory
M.s SANT’ANNA, Sebastião Cesar Meirelles; SANT’ANNA, S.C.M.; Dr. FARIAS, Francisco Ramos de

so remember was regarded as a necessity or privilege, while oblivion was relegated to a negative connotation. Nietzsche, one of the precursors of the discussion that values the oblivion, opened the possibility of this approach in a bias that involves its need effectively. Notes from a binary involving memory and oblivion. In contemporary times, the binary discourse has been seen by a different angle, where both, memory and oblivion are fields that can have a interrelation, in a prism a that, instead of putting its in opposition, conjugates that can be placed in a framework that involves both, without invalidating it. The present essay aims to discuss the interrelation between memory and oblivion from the documentary The Flat, which discusses the silence of the generation involved in the politics of the Holocaust, as well as the lack of knowledge of such a policy for generations that succeeded the first. In this media information angle, we seek in a corresponding bibliography to draw possibilities The memory, throughout the history of humanity was associated with a positive character, ties of explanations for situation demonstrated by director Arnon Gold finger in his movie

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