Colombian sociological school was developed in a context of increase rural tension between peasants and landlords. Between 1960 and 1970, different processes of land monopolization were actively displacing communities and destroying forms of life. Local Farming techniques, local expertise, set of beliefs were at risk of extinction by Mass-cultivation. It was against this backdrop that a series sociologist realized that many of our attempts to analysed in sociological and anthropological terms our society were reproducing European and American models. As Camilo Torres asserted many sociologists were bringing models that don’t fit into South American reality. Universalization, Different problematics, a colonial hierarchy were some of the difficulties that were entailed by this appropriation without reflections.