Meaning of Eurocentricity in English:



See Eurocentric

‘It is unsurprising, considering the US's historical links with Europe and the ancestral ties of the majority of its citizens to Europe, that the US's foreign policy tends to display a distinct Eurocentricity.’
  • ‘Their construction of a nationalist philosophical system that eventually served as an apologia for Japan's aggression can be traced to such an experience of Eurocentricity.’
  • ‘In this climate of post-Cold War oppression and complacence, U.S. hegemony and Western Eurocentricity have deepened.’
  • ‘Blatter has long sought to end the Eurocentricity of world soccer.’
  • ‘This is taken for granted within a broader notion of accepting Eurocentricity as universal.’