A decolonial philosophy of indigenous Colombia : time, beauty, and spirit in Kamèentésá culture / Juan Alejandro Chindoy Chindoy.

Por: Chindoy Chindoy, Juan Alejandro [author.]Tipo de material: TextoTextoIdioma: Español Series Global critical Caribbean thought: Descripción: 1 online resource (xxiv, 98 pages)ISBN: 9781786616302; 1786616300Otro título: Time, beauty, and spirit in Kamèentésá cultureTema(s): Camsa Indians -- Philosophy | Camsa Indians -- Rites and ceremonies | Indians of South America -- Colombia -- Sibundoy Valley | Indians of South America | Electronic books | Género/Forma: Electronic books. Formatos físicos adicionales: Print version:: Decolonial philosophy of indigenous Colombia.Clasificación CDD: 980/.01 Recursos en línea: EBSCOhost
Contenidos:
Time in Kamèentésá Culture -- Time as history -- Time as primary experience -- Conclusion -- Beauty in Kamèentésá Culture -- Bèetskanté as constituted symbol : origins and cultural transformations -- From Bèetsknaté to Clestrinèyèe -- Bèetsknaté as a constituting symbol : an experience of dancing -- The philosophical significance of Kamèentésá dancing -- Conclusion -- Spirit in Kamèentésá Culture -- Native doctors and rituals of healing : the constituted nature of rituals -- Scholarly descriptions of Yajé -- Yajé ceremonies in Sibundoy: The constituting aspects of Yajé -- Wind symbolism and metaphysics of human existence -- Conclusion.
Resumen: "Philosophically addressing three fundamental aspects of the Kamèentésá, an indigenous culture located in the Southwest of Colombia, this book is an investigation of how a native culture creates meaning"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Time in Kamèentésá Culture -- Time as history -- Time as primary experience -- Conclusion -- Beauty in Kamèentésá Culture -- Bèetskanté as constituted symbol : origins and cultural transformations -- From Bèetsknaté to Clestrinèyèe -- Bèetsknaté as a constituting symbol : an experience of dancing -- The philosophical significance of Kamèentésá dancing -- Conclusion -- Spirit in Kamèentésá Culture -- Native doctors and rituals of healing : the constituted nature of rituals -- Scholarly descriptions of Yajé -- Yajé ceremonies in Sibundoy: The constituting aspects of Yajé -- Wind symbolism and metaphysics of human existence -- Conclusion.

"Philosophically addressing three fundamental aspects of the Kamèentésá, an indigenous culture located in the Southwest of Colombia, this book is an investigation of how a native culture creates meaning"--

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