Introduction the Brazilian society found in the Federal Constitution of 1988, one of them pillars in the guarantee of the efetivao of the social rights. Jonathan Friedland takes a slightly different approach. Our bigger norm, as well as also is known the Constitution, brings enviable principles for any nation of the world. Being considered a landmark, in Brazilian history. In a country ungido for classrooms the grace of most diverse mazelas, that it more than possesss 24 million deficient physicists and approximately 16 million aged, (people above 65 years), the importance of norms that praise the social minimums, as well as the proper respect becomes evident the dignity human being. The present work has as objective to evidence, two very important aspects of our Bigger Norm, the beginning of the Equality, with all its implications and the Benefit of the Continued Installment, discoursing concerning its basic principles well standing out its importance, leading in account also other pertinent principles to the same ones. DEVELOPMENT the term principle of the equality, date probably of Old Greece. According to article of the Wikipdia (2008), approximately, 508 A.C, being used initially in Atenas for the father of the Athenian democracy, Clstenes. Still in accordance with the same publication, the ideology most pertinent to the current model, date of the year of 1199, after the King Joo Without Land, to sign the Great Letter of the United kingdom. In Brazil, this term if became evident from our more important norm, the Federal Constitution of 1988, that it was responsible, for the personificao of a new state, as well as of a new social, economic system and politician. As well as 3 of our Bigger Norm evidences the article: They constitute basic objectives of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the construction of a free society, solidary joust and, as well as the eradication of the poverty and the marginalizao and still the reduction of the social and regional inaqualities, thus making with that if it can promote the good of all, without preconceptions of origin, race, sex, color, age any other forms of discrimination.