• Valter Stefani Universidade Evangélica de Goiás
  • Amon Felipe Souza Brito UniEVANGÉLICA - Universidade Evangélica de Goiás
  • Gabrielle Silva Torres Guilarducci UniEVANGÉLICA - Universidade Evangélica de Goiás
  • Geovana Ribeiro dos Santos UniEVANGÉLICA - Universidade Evangélica de Goiás


dentistry, theater, chaos


This work was presented during the IX Cultural Exhibition of the Dentistry Course in the format of a theater. “Before the sea, earth and sky were created, all things had an aspect that was called Chaos” (BULFINCH, 2002). In Greek mythology, Chaos is considered the primordial god of the universe, according to the narrative of the Greek poet Hesiod. In the dictionary, chaos means “mixture of things and ideas in total disharmony, confusion”. “A state in which total confusion and disequilibrium prevail; disorder, disorder, anarchy, mess, confusion, babel, turmoil, confusion, disarray, disorder, obscurity, pandemonium, disturbance, disorder, muddle.” From Ancient Greek χάος “dark abyss”. The word "chaos" can be defined, philosophically, as a dark void, an unfathomable depth that precedes and propitiates the generation of the world. The opposite of chaos is clarity, order, organization, hierarchy, ordering, arrangement, arrangement, distribution, position, ordering, arrangement, scheme, structuring, formation, composition, placement, conformation, arrangement, layout, and method. Is there an organization in chaos? Is there order in chaos? Or is chaos just here to cause?