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The Anthropocene context has aroused several debates in the academic environment, among them the dialogues on post-humanist thought. The fact that human activity on the planet has unleashed catastrophic consequences leads us to urgently propose other forms of intersections between other cultures, which perhaps are not experiencing with such intensity the fruits of a totalizing and universalist thought. In this context, this article proposes creating a framework that connects the Andeandoi:10.15448/1983-4012.2022.1.43134 fatcat:az4liowbrbcythgwsftqgt65ce