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It is but attempts are known to take advantage of this potential. So the case of the existence of Institutes of Municipal right in some National Universities, for example Rosary, of the Coast, the silver and Cordova, as well as the existence of the Federal Institute of Municipal Subjects, that works for a short time but of one decade in orbit of the Department of the Interior of the federal government. Without avoiding the constellation of powers in no way existing public, framed in the National Constitution, they appear like contributors to the intentions indicated here, the slight knowledge of " Representative republic Municipal" , and of " Comunalista&quot federalism; , opportunely exhibited by Alexander Korn Villafae and Sal Alexander Taborda, respectively. In similar direction they are the lines of promotion to the call " development local" , on the part of the international organisms, as well as " principle of subsidiariedad" , promoted by Social Doctrina of the Catholic Church Apostolic Roman, in successive papal encyclicals, according to which: " what the community can make smaller mayor&quot does not have to make the community;. These coincidences, are based in the recognition of the problems that generate the metropolis, for long time considered like causal of uprooting, and de-personalisation. As usually it happens, the aesthetic activities are anticipated to the problematic ones, in this precise case through films " Metrpolis" of Fritz Lang (1927). What we tried to deepen in these lines, was preceded by one long retahila of communications on Economy Domestic servant, in whose previous development to the present comunicacin, is the coined salary the neologism " neorruralizacin" , opposing it to previous " rerruralizacin" , because one did not treat of a jump back, but of something at least formally novel although taken root in the precedents. We have reserves yet " ex- nihilo" in the matter of human behaviors, despite the irrepetibilidad of the respective vital parabolas of each person.