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De corpo e alma

Guilherme Werlang and Telma Franco Diniz
Revista de Antropologia
Vol. 49, No. 1, No mundo e sobre o mundo – modos amerindios de conhecimento (janeiro-junho 2006), pp. 165-201
Published by: Revista de Antropologia
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41616523
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Abstract

As noções de "corpo" e "alma", dentro do universo dual dos Marubo do sudoeste da Amazônia, aproximam-se de outras contribuições deste volume, primeiro, em vista da presente preocupação, em perspectiva unlversalizante, com questões epistemológicas na Amazônia; segundo, em vista da relevância, ora bem perene, da ontologia indígena (aqui mais enquanto "presentificação" que "investigação" ou "relato" das origens do cosmos e de todas as formas de ser que nele se dá) para com o conhecimento, de tendência particularizante, da performance dum ethos cognitivo. The notions of "body" and "soul", within the dual universe of the Marubo from Southwestern Amazonia, intersect other contributions to this volume: firstly, in view of the present concern, from an universalizing perspective, on epistemological issues in Amazonia; and secondly, in view of a now ever-present relevance of indigenous ontology (here more as the "presentation", rather than the "investigation" or "account" of the origins of the cosmos and all forms of being therein) vis-à-vis the knowledge, with a particularizing tenure, of the performance of a cognitive ethos.

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