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This article aims is to promote debate for scientific thinking about the role of political ecology in the decoloniality of knowledge and power in the Amazon region. The work is divided into two parts: the first part discusses the expansion of modernity to the South and the construction of modern coloniality; in the second, we bring the experience of the babassu coconut breakers, in view of the construction of a "nature-world", the result of the colonization and globalization processes. Thedoi:10.4025/dialogos.v24i2.53373 fatcat:yaipm6wdz5bjzlzkpbhwhrxwyu