Ontoepistemologías indígenas

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Juan Camilo Cajigas-Rotundo http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1825-0097

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Este artículo busca presentar un ejercicio de filosofía transcultural, tomando como punto de referencia la contribución del filósofo nativo americano Vine Deloria Jr. en diálogo con diversos autores que trabajan en el pensamiento crítico indígena. Denominaré esta exploración teórica bajo la categoría de ontoepistemologías indígenas. Dicho ejercicio se basará en una dinámica de fertilización cruzada que mantendría vivas las diferencias y, al mismo tiempo, subrayaría las conexiones. Entonces, en lo que sigue, entrelazaré diferentes fuentes de reflexión en tres áreas principales: 1. la metafísica de la tierra, 2. enfoques no dualistas frente a la naturaleza y la sociedad, y 3. la relación entre espiritualidad y cambio social.

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