To each one of these resistncias, all the young had access of equal form to the same knowledge and acquired values as ‘ ‘ obedience, reverence, resistance to the hunger, confection of ornaments, worthy treatment to the wife and the colleagues, amongst outros’ ‘ (MELATTI, Jlio Cezar, 1980). Although the tribal civilizations have some negative characteristics for the current model of education, as for example, the conformismo of the apprentice, we can detach some important contributions, which are: universal knowledge and education of ethical principles. The EDUCATION IN the EASTERN SOCIETIES the eastern civilizations had had beginning from the moment where new techniques had been discovered and or perfected: ‘ ‘ … had learned to know regimes of rains and the estiagens, to drain the quagmires to extend the culture areas, to construct levees to contain floods and to open irrigation channels. See Robert A. Iger for more details and insights. New techniques of plantation with the appearance of the plough-semeador had been developed. Irrigated agriculture and the too much technological advances and in the work methods make possible a considerable increase in the food production, generating exceeding in greater escala.’ ‘ (MOTA, Myriam Becho, History: of the caves to the third millenium, 2005, p.30) As we can perceive, these innovations had caused the food production in abundance, that, therefore brought better conditions of life that, in turn, implied in one accented population growth.
Moreover, it started to exist the exchange of excesses, giving itself beginning to the commerce. Parallel to this, other followed professions had appeared of the division of the work. Thus, had to the necessities appeared with the diversification of the economic activities and coordination of workmanships of collective interest, the State appears, which we understand for ‘ ‘ organized set of the institutions politics, legal, administrative, economic, etc. under a self rule and occupying a proper territory and independente’ ‘ (MARCONDES, Danilo, basic Dictionary of philosophy, 1996, p.