anthropocentrism

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Synonyms for anthropocentrism

an inclination to evaluate reality exclusively in terms of human values

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One cognitive bias that profoundly influences environmental sensemaking is our anthropocentric bias.
Has an anthropocentric bias been at the heart of religious faith and practice wherever it has existed?
Further, the anthropocentric bias of most feminism endorses the illusion of human superiority and strengthens a status hierarchy that has favoured neither women nor other animals.
Ecological thinkers, meanwhile, call for a reexamination of the anthropocentric bias underlying much contemporary theological thought.
Sapontzis's article, which challenges what he sees as an anthropocentric bias in favor of apes, is one such argument; Ingmar Persson's argument against the whole notion of desert is another.