Definition of androcentrism in English:

androcentrism

noun

  • See androcentric

    • ‘So much of claimed rationality is in fact androcentrism masquerading as value-free objective analysis.’
    • ‘The religious difficulty of paternal imagery is not primarily due to its androcentrism or patriarchy.’
    • ‘However, in swinging away from past androcentrism, the pendulum is in danger of going to the other extreme; sexism rubs both ways.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, as Farquhar points out, these texts also normalize androcentrism.’
    • ‘Feminists criticize the misogyny of philosophers and the overt and covert sexism, androcentrism, and related forms of male bias in philosophy.’

Pronunciation

androcentrism

/ˌandrə(ʊ)ˈsɛntrɪz(ə)m/