Definition 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.’