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Polis (Santiago)

versión On-line ISSN 0718-6568

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FLORIANI, Nicolas; THER RIOS, Francisco  y  FLORIANI, Dimas. Alternative territorialities and hybridisms in rural world: Resilience and Reproduction of sociobiodiversity in the tradicional communities of meridional Brasil and Chile. Polis [online]. 2013, vol.12, n.34, pp.73-94. ISSN 0718-6568.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-65682013000100005.

Starting from the idea that counter-hegemonic territorialities inrural areas are the result of a dual process of learning and/or adaptation: one internalto the own territory resulting from the coevolution between ecosystems andcommunity, and the other external between territories -which involves the processesof territorialization of capital over traditional territories. These adaptive dynamicsof traditional and alternative territories are expressed in hybridisms of practicesand social representations, modern and traditional, about reproductive attributesof nature: nature’s fertility in the traditional territories subsumes the complex socio-environmental reproducibility, while the imaginary of nature in modern scientificculture subsumes objectified productivity of ecosystems. In other words, it is aboutinterpreting narratives and politics of nature. Indeed, understanding the complexityof socioterritorial reproduction of agriculture and traditional fishing, and alternatives(such as those of family farming with ecological bases), subsumes, therefore, theinseparability between the objective and subjective aspects of reprodutibility ofthe productive system lato sensu, this is, of local geo-ecological conditions,traditional values and symbols, which are synthesized in adaptation strategies andresilience of rural communities against the project of (re)territorialization of capital over those counter-hegemonic territories.

Palabras clave : narrativas y políticas de Naturaleza; complejidad paisajístico-territorial; imaginarios de fertilidad; territorialidades contra hegemónicas; interdisciplinariedad; narratives and politics on nature; landscape-territorial complexity; fertility imaginaries; counter hegemonic territorialities; interdisciplinarity.

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