regarding the human being as the central fact of the universe.
assuming human beings to be the final aim and end of the universe.
viewing and interpreting everything in terms of human experience and values.
After the geocentric illusion had been destroyed, the anthropocentric illusion still remained.
The Positive School of Criminology Enrico Ferri
If pragmatism is not egocentric, it is at least anthropocentric.
A Critical History of Greek Philosophy W. T. Stace
But what may be called the anthropocentric view of wildflowers is now happily becoming obsolete.
The Call of the Wildflower Henry S. Salt
anthropocentric ideas of the beginning and end of the world.
History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume II (of 2) John William Draper
His aim is nothing less than the firm establishment of what may perhaps be described as a Ptolemaic, anthropocentric metaphysics.
A Commentary to Kant’s ‘Critique of Pure Reason’ Norman Kemp Smith
That Mr. Fiske is merely reviving gross anthropocentric views he himself admits.
Appletons’ Popular Science Monthly, February 1900 Various
It shows how desperate, at heart, is the folly of an egotistic or anthropocentric philosophy.
Three Philosophical Poets George Santayana
The radical error in Jewish, and Christian thinking is that it is anthropocentric.
The Conflict of Religions in the Early Roman Empire T. R. Glover
The degeneration theory has exploded as entirely as the geocentric and anthropocentric theories have vanished.
A Manual of the Historical Development of Art G. G. (Gustavus George) Zerffi
The nature that is known is on that very account phenomenal, anthropocentric—created by its cognitive conditions.
The Approach to Philosophy Ralph Barton Perry
regarding man as the most important and central factor in the universe
“regarding man as the center,” 1855, from anthropo- + -centric. Related: Anthropocentrically.
anthropocentric an·thro·po·cen·tric (ān’thrə-pə-sěn’trĭk)
Regarding humans as the central element of the universe.
Interpreting reality exclusively in terms of human values and experience.
regarding the human being as the central fact of the universe. assuming human beings to be the final aim and end of the universe. viewing and interpreting everything in terms of human experience and values. adjective regarding man as the most important and central factor in the universe adj. “regarding man as the center,” 1855, […]
the state or quality of being . an interpretation of the universe.
an theory or view. n. 1897; see anthropocentric + -ism.
the or development of the human race, especially as a subject of scientific study. Historical Examples Such is the native physiography and anthropogenesis of the land of the Oregon. The Columbia River William Denison Lyman noun the study of the origins of man anthropogenesis (ān’thrə-pə-jěn’ĭ-sĭs) The scientific study of the origin and development of humans.