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the European view whereby (physical and psychic) nature is the common denominator upon which the diversity of cultures are built, a vision that
motivates the quest for the conditions of possibility of encounters beyond cultural differences, truth beyond multiple perspectives, and moral reconciliation beyond antagonisms. The American-Indian
worldview seems to challenge that view, for it rather proposes a multinaturalism built upon a type of
human and spiritual community common to every cosmic being. Husserl’s notion of
the “life-world” is revisited, whereby what appears at first sight as “in-compossible”
world-views shows indeed traits of an amazing proximity.