Dalmo de Abreu Dallari died today (8th) in the capital of São Paulo. The Uni did not disclose the cause of death. Dallari is survived by children and his wife, Sueli Dallari.
A graduate student of Dallari, the Minister of the Federal Supreme Court (STF) Alexandre de Moraes lamented the loss. “Democracy and Fundamental Rights have today lost one of their greatest defenders. With intelligence, courage, and wisdom, Dalmo Dallari was an example for generations of professors and students. I was honored to be his student and adviser at USP. My condolences to his family,” he said.
Dalmo Dallari graduated in Law from USP in 1957. Then, in 1963, he was approved in the competition for full professor in General Theory of the State at the same college. The following year he joined the university’s faculty. In 1974, he won the competition for titles and tests for a full professor of General Theory of the State. He became director of FDUSP from 1986 to 1990.
According to the USP Law School, the main marks of the professor’s career occurred shortly after the 1964 coup, when Dallari began to oppose the military dictatorship. From 1972, he helped organize the Pontifical Commission for Justice and Peace of the Archdiocese of São Paulo, an entity active in the defense of human rights.
Among his main works by the jurist are Elements of General Theory of the State, and Perspectives of the State for the future, The Future of the State, in which he deals with the concept of the world state, the world without states, the so-called superstates, and the multiple states of the good. -be.
In public life, among other positions, Dallari held the position of Secretary of Legal Affairs of the Municipality of São Paulo, from 1990 to 1992. Brazilian Writers.
The jurist’s wake will take place in the Salão Nobre of FDUSP, starting this afternoon.