Cosmocentrism

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Cosmocentrism has multiple meanings:

Cosmocentric ethic[edit]

A cosmocentric ethic maintains that the natural state of the Universe should be preserved, without human attempts to terraform planets for human habitation. It is based off the idea that the Universe has some level of directionality that should not be interfered with or changed by humans. [1]

Cosmocentric, often spelled Kosmocentric (with a capital "K") describes a level of awareness (supposedly superior to egocentrism, ethnocentrism and anthropocentrism).

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  1. ^ Williamson, Karla Jessen, and Laurence J. Kirmayer. "Inuit Ways of Knowing: Cosmocentrism and the Role of Teasing in Child Development." Formative Experiences: The Interaction of Caregiving, Culture, and Developmental Psychobiology (2010): 299.

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