The author explains the relationship between multinaturalist perspectivism that emphasizes the point of view of Amazonian Indigenous peoples and the notion of species. Amerindian perspectivism is a theory and vision of the world with a strong connection to “multinaturalism”, a category opposed to multiculturalism that assumes the coexistence of different “natures” as in Amazonian cosmology. These “natures” include non-human animal perception along with a human one, all of them sharing a common perspective or affinity.
Pojęcie gatunku w historii i w antropologii
Numer: 2014 / 5