Trascendiendo la socialidad humana: relaciones eco-cosmológicas entre entidades en la ecosfera

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https://doi.org/10.3989/dra.2022.005

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Claude Lévi-Strauss, Sistema eco-cósmico, Sociedades indígenas, Pierre Clastres, Socialidad, Intercambios tróficos

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Basado en una discusión de las contribuciones teóricas de Claude Lévi-Strauss y Pierre Clastres, este artículo explora las relaciones sociales como algo más que una dimensión humana. Aunque fuertemente analizadas por ambos antropólogos, estas relaciones parecen involucrar todo el sistema ecológico y cosmológico de las sociedades indígenas. En este sentido, la reciprocidad, la cohesión social y el intercambio pueden entenderse como interrelaciones materiales e inmateriales entre entidades de un mundo más que corpóreo. Sostengo, entonces, que, para ir más allá de la mera conceptualización antropocéntrica de la socialidad en una naturaleza buena para pensar, necesitamos concebir holísticamente los niveles interconectados de relaciones e intercambios tróficos, socio-estructurales y socio-cósmicos entre seres humanos y no humanos en el ecosistema.

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2022-09-21

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Abad Espinoza, L. G. (2022). Trascendiendo la socialidad humana: relaciones eco-cosmológicas entre entidades en la ecosfera. Disparidades. Revista De Antropología, 77(1), e005. https://doi.org/10.3989/dra.2022.005

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