Controversias entre el sumak kawsay y el modelo crematísticouna lectura desde el pueblo tikuna

  1. Luis Alfonso Garzón Pérez
Supervised by:
  1. Martha Orozco Gómez Director

Defence university: Universidad de Burgos

Year of defence: 2016

  1. José María Hernández Díaz Chair
  2. Dolores Fernández Malanda Secretary
  3. María Asunción Cifuentes García Committee member
  4. Martín Rodríguez Rojo Committee member
  5. María Emanuel Melo de Almeida Committee member
  1. Ciencias de la Educación

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 436695 DIALNET lock_openRIUBU editor


The research Controversy between the sumak kawsay and the chrematistic: a vision from tikuna�s people tries to analyse the fundamental principles of those social models underlying the daily practices of an indigenous community in the Colombian Amazon rainforest, a region forged by the exacerbation of accumulation per se and the constantly relations with cosmogonies coming from biocentrical referents such as relationality, deliberation, creative pleasure, reciprocity and balance. The object of this study is to detect the appropriation and resistances to chrematistic model dynamics, those ones will became into re-existances that can reveal some clues to create biocentriques and counterhegemonic curriculums in opposition to educational models based in an anthropocentric perspective. To carry out the project we developed a mixed method with qualitative predominance and an ethnographic focus, also we had used diatopical hermeneutics as interpretation tool. The research took place at the �Resguardo tikuna de Nazareth�