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- n. One who holds Eurocentric beliefs or opinions.
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20 Yet despite their limited knowledge of Marx's views, the revolutionary generation of Lenin, Luxemburg, Trotsky, Bukharin, Gramsci, and Lukács reasserted Marx's revolutionary stance in combat with the "Eurocentrist" view associated with Karl Kautsky and the pre-war Socialist International that socialist revolution must await capitalism's fullest maturity and collapse.
More than anything else, he was a Eurocentrist and that shaped his vision.
Oh, and before one of the evangelicals comes and waves his or her Eurocentrist crybaby bum in my face and accuses me of being the next Fred Phelps: agnostic.
This is the type of feminism expressed in the enlightened and Eurocentrist literature of such philosophers as Susan Okin Moller (1998), where the discussions focus on equal representation of women in public sector and commercial institutions.
The Zionist ethos was basically Eurocentrist, and it subordinated all the other cultures — Arab, traditional and religious — of both the Mizrahi Jews and the Israeli Arab.
She may well have been the last unashamed Eurocentrist.
Furthermore, while international LGBT organizations are largely European-led and often Eurocentrist in their thinking, they are far from having a unified agenda for the Arab world, as the 2001 Egyptian Queen Boat raid showed.