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Andean OntologiesNew Archaeological Perspectives$
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María Cecilia Lozada

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780813056371

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813056371.001.0001

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Final Commentaries

Final Commentaries

A Matter of Substance, and the Substance of Matter

12 Final Commentaries
Andean Ontologies
María Cecilia Lozada
University Press of Florida

This concluding chapter reflects on the previous chapters, noting that the “ontological turn” calls for new ways of thinking about archaeological material. It notes in particular three themes that run through the various contributions: (1) using indigenous, post-conquest concepts to interrogate pre-Columbian materials; (2) rethinking the status of the human body; and (3) applying relational, or mereological, thinking to illuminate the Andean archaeological record.

Keywords:   Ontological turn, indigenous concepts, relational thinking, archaeological record

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