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Notas sobre la socio-natura ontológica indígena

  • Author(s): Delgado-P., Guillermo
  • et al.

This article dwells on the ontological notion of historical disruption of the Indigenous body politic of Abyayala. Focusing on the concept of 're-membering' preserved in the Quechua-aymaran linguistic memory of destruction or 'dis/memberment', also conceptualized by various Indigenous languages of the Abyayala (the ancient name of the Americas), it illustrates the Indigenous socio-nature of regeneration. Rejecting an euro-anthropocentric binary perception of nature and culture, it proposes to resituate an Andean and Indigenous nomos.

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