Its theory got much success and acceptance due to the fact of it to have been of easy application and adaptation to the projects observed in the morphologic landscapes. It tells, also,success of the davisiana positionin the world of English and French language at this time. In this Article also the German theories are cited, with a more naturalistic and global conception regarding sciences of the land, with more emphasis the critical ones made by Penck to the theories of Davis. It defended the theory in which the process of the soerguimento of the Land, would not be given of form so fast, and so catastrophic, initiating after the soerguimento soon the denudation work as it affirmed. It alleged that the slow ascension of terrestrial mass would have always to be folloied of capable exgenos agents of to provoke a constant change in the profile of the relief. In elapsing of the work the part that it approachesAnglo-American Epistemolgica ancestry sample consideraes econclusions of innumerable workmanships and authors regarding the paradigms comparing and analyzing the studies and geomorfologicos concepts of the Anglo-American ancestry comparing and questioning front what the German ancestry presented.
It enters the main cited workmanships in the text are the following ones:consideraes made for Penck (1953) P. 9 the register of Leighly (1940), P. the 225 on the error Davises when assuming that the involved processes in the evolution of the relief would be known. At last the references cited in the text to show to the divergences and similarities to the mritos are innumerable and the imperfections of the twomain theoretical linesof the geomorfologia.Throughout the work we can see as if it gave the elaboration of severaltheoriese its adeptsthroughout the history of the interpretations geomoforlogicas, standing out still the historical context that the society was living deeply in the period inthat the scientific concepts were published. What it is clearly is that all the diversity of theoreticians and the evolution of these two different concepts in times and times had only enriched still more the techniques and methods of inquiry of the geomorfologia. This Article can be directed the research and studies of mestrandos in the Geomorfolgica area, therefore in it they will on the basis of find sufficiently sophisticated and explicativa a language in what it says respect to the theories of the epistemolgica evolution of the Geomorfologia, studies of Davis and Penck and as its theories had stimulated the formularization of more necessary studies on the subject in question. See Mark Berger for more details and insights. The present content in this Article also is of great value for academic professors whom they desire to extend its knowledge on the history of the studies of the Geomorfologia and as they are interpreted in the current world.