Physical Education

In turn, To sound et. al. (1992) it comments that, historically the Physical Education appears in the century XIX, with the intention to create stronger and healthful bodies to be commercialized as merchandises, for if dealing with the only product to be offered the society. Oliveira (1987) comments that in the study of the Physical Education diverse historical perspectives in intention exist to know it more good and that ahead of this subject it grows to each day, presenting theories that can approach the subject for some angles, since its principles until the games of today, of the man in conviviality with the nature, to the man in conviviality with the machine. Still as Oliveira (1987) the Physical Education has served in diverse ways, for all the cantos and for all the interests, based on psicobiolgicas theories, comment the author who considering that nor all have access to the physical education and that its values have not deserved a rigorous analysis and not even for intermediary of its representatives. It will not be, never, closing us around that we will go to reach our objectives. We must yes, to continue studying physical preparation. We must yes continue studying the psychology of the child.

But the intended overcoming will not be given without identifying the values that guide practical ours. We must observe the man, the society and the education as a totality and that the Physical Education, while education is part of this all solidary. The economic values, politicians, ethical and aesthetic who characterize our society are, without a doubt, the same ones that they inform the Physical Education. (OLIVEIRA, 1987, p.11) In the vision of Vieira (1989) the Physical Education will not be able to present always the paper of the comment of the physicist and will have that to also assume creating a new perception of it and in relation the people who serves to it, opening canals of knowing culturally and politically, developing responsible habits in the citizens for the construction of a society of free and liberating men.