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The crisis of nature-society relation: a dialogue in search of (re)connections

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Jéssica de Sousa Baldassarini
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Document type: Doctoral Thesis
Press: Presidente Prudente. 2021-04-12.
Institution: Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp). Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia. Presidente Prudente
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Advisor: João Osvaldo Rodrigues Nunes

The crisis of nature-society relation are consolidating as one of the main problems of modern civilization while an inherent contradiction expression to this model of society. In this study, these crisis will be approached in its relation with other crisis witch is the scientific paradigm (articulated with a socially constructed concept of nature, related with a hegemonical model of thought of modernity), the ecological (while expression of a mode of production, appropriation, and capitalist exploration of nature and society) and agrarian (employing an agriculture unlistenable modeling and excluding that has reproduced colonial patterns of exploration and domination. Lastly, it is also approached as these patterns were intrinsic to the process of Latin America colonization, while structural aspects of a coloniality of nature-society relation. Therefore, the research aims to comprehend how the crisis over a nature-society relation are articulated with other crisis intrinsic with the modern models of society and how the dialogue between decolonization perspectives and global South emancipation can contribute in means of transpose its contradictions in ways of prefigure decolonization of the nature-society relations. (AU)

FAPESP's process: 17/01373-6 - The transformations of the landscape and the dialogue of knowledge as the base for the conservator's agricultural management
Grantee:Jessica de Sousa Baldassarini
Support Opportunities: Scholarships in Brazil - Doctorate