DIFERENTES MANERAS DE CONOCER: Las experiencias recientes de la Escuela Intercultural de Diplomacia Indígena

Translated title of the contribution: DIFFERENT WAYS OF KNOWING : Recent experiences of the Intercultural School of Indigenous Diplomacy

Angela Santamaria Chavarro, Pedro Rojas Oliveros

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Abstract

The text that we present to you, dear readers, is not only the product of more than a year of intense work by the Intercultural School. of more than a year of intense work of the Intercultural School, these pages also try to show the feelings, emotions, proposals, struggles, limitations also try to show the feelings, emotions, proposals, struggles, limitations, mistakes and energies that this period of time has brought as a teaching.
Our academic, work and political bet has its zero point in the confidence in interculturality.
confidence in interculturality. Interculturality as a possibility of respectful relations, yes, but above all conscious, of different ways of knowing, of living, of solving problems. of knowing, of living, of resolving from the daily life, the injustices that affect the majority of Colombians. the majority of Colombian men and women. We trust in education, in its exercise, but above all in its problematization and reinvention, in the necessity of the need to build a more human knowledge, where the discourses and their categories do not serve as mere disciplinary legitimacy, but as a construction mechanism. To build a world where all worlds fit, with their tensions, antagonisms, disputes and competitions.
Translated title of the contributionDIFFERENT WAYS OF KNOWING : Recent experiences of the Intercultural School of Indigenous Diplomacy
Original languageSpanish (Colombia)
Place of PublicationBogotá
PublisherUniversidad del Rosario
Number of pages345
ISBN (Print)978-958-738-617-2
StatePublished - 2015

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