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Juan Camilo Perdomo Marín https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2714-455X

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Este artículo presenta una revisión de los debates ontológicos en la antropología contemporánea. Para esta tarea, primero, se identificarán las condiciones históricas y epistemológicas que posibilitaron y guiaron su surgimiento; segundo, se caracterizarán panorámicamente sus ramificaciones teóricas, haciendo hincapié en los elementos comunes que las agrupan, junto con las particularidades y los desencuentros que las diferencian; por último, se realizará una evaluación crítica de sus principales ponentes, con el fin de develar posibles falencias y potencialidades. Este ejercicio, en suma, permitirá comprender lo que puede significar hacer antropología en el presente y hacia a dónde tiende a apuntar su futuro.

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Cómo citar
Perdomo Marín, J. C. (2020). La ramificación ontológica: evaluación crítica de la antropología contemporánea. Hallazgos, 17(34). https://doi.org/10.15332/2422409X.5283
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