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Yanantin apud indigenas Peruviae et Boliviae est unio energiarum adversarum sed liberarum, una ex notissimis et usitatissimis cogitationis Andeanae proprietatibus et exemplum adhaesus Andeani ad rationem philosophicam in notione conditam quae dualismus appellationum complementariarum[2] vel simpliciter dualismus complementarius appellatur.[3] Philosophia Andeana, ut in Taoismo Sinico, oppositas exsistentiae necessarias inter se coniunctas (sicut mas/femina, obscurus/lucidus, interior/exterior) toti concordis partes habet. Quia exsistentia ipsa in intentione et librata polaritatum permutatione niti putatur, mores vernaculares Andeani se per ideologiam et usum certe dedunt compositioni adversariorum sine eis destruendis vel mutandis.

In lingua Quechuana, praefixum yana- 'auxilium', ac suffixum -ntin 'naturaliter inclusivus, cum indiciis totalitatis, inclusionis unius rei intra aliam, vel identificationis duorum elementorum ut membra eiusdem categoriae' significant.[4][5] Quae elementa una yanantin 'complementum variationis' converti possunt.

NotaeRecensere

  1. Bernier 2009.
  2. Ajaya 1983:15.
  3. Barnard et Spencer 2002:598.
  4. Anglice "inclusive in nature, with implications of totality, spatial inclusion of one thing in another, or identification of two elements as members of the same category."
  5. Platt 1986:245.

BibliographiaRecensere

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  • Barnard, Alan, et Jonathan Spencer, eds. 2002. Encyclopedia of social and cultural anthropology. Londinii: Routledge. Google Books.
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  • Harrison, Regina. 1989). Signs, songs, and memory in the Andes: Translating Quechua language and culture. Austinopoli: University of Texas Press.
  • Platt, T. 1986. Mirrors and maize: The concept of yanantin among the Macha of Bolivia. In Anthropological History of Andean polities, ed. J. V. Murra, N. Wachtel, et J. Revel, 228-259. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press.
  • Urton, Gary. 1988. At the Crossroads of the Earth and the Sky: An Andean Cosmology. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • Vasquez, G. R. 1998. The Ayllu. In The spirit of regeneration: Andean cultures confronting western notions of development, ed. F. Apffel-Marglin, 89-123. Londinii: Zed Books.
  • Webb, Hillary S. 2012. Yanantin and Masintin in the Andean World: Complementary Dualism in Modern Peru. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. ISBN 978-0-8263-5072-5.

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