anthropocentrism

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Synonyms for anthropocentrism

an inclination to evaluate reality exclusively in terms of human values

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The anthropocentric bias of neoliberal logic has been challenged by scholars in the field (see e.
Nietzsche argues in his 1873 essay, "On Truth and Lie in an Extra-Moral Sense," that the anthropocentric bias in language is unacknowledged.
Primavesi argues the tradition has undermined respect for biodiversity through an anthropocentric bias and a distorted, imperial view of God.
Thus chapter 2 ('Laugh Loudly and Flip Them the Bird') closes with the observation that 'there is no inherent anthropocentric bias to the component properties of epistemological realism' (p108).
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?