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  • suffix A focus on, or belief in the superiority of, one culture, people, place, or other thing.

Etymologies

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Backformation from -centric

Examples

  • In giving birth to the undue fear of default, Washington's (ego)-centrism is coupled with the cardinal fallacy of demand-side economics: the presumption that "aggregate demand" (especially in the form of government spending) drives economic activity when the private economy is weak.

    Why The Stock Market Tanked

  • In giving birth to the undue fear of default, Washington's (ego)-centrism is coupled with the cardinal fallacy of demand-side economics: the presumption that "aggregate demand" (especially in the form of government spending) drives economic activity when the private economy is weak.

    Why The Stock Market Tanked

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