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Earthquakes shake the fundamental postulate of the construction of modernity: the equivalence between the Map and the Earth, without which we could never have reasoned in terms of space, and consequently concretely organized the functioning of the world. Earthquakes reopen the debate on the existing terrestrial shapes, producing fractures that replace continuity with discontinuity.