Cultural relativism is the principle that an individual person's beliefs and activities should be understood by others in terms of that individual's own culture.
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Herbert Butterfield, in a now-classic study of present-mindedness, The Whig
Interpretation of History (1968), called
They suffer from that common misconception that sociologist Robert Bierstedt (
Anthropological and sociological workers, in their attempt to escape from
ethnocentrism, suffered from what Bierstadt has called '
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Learn more about ethnocentrism and cultural relativism in the Boundless open textbook.
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Ethnocentrism. QUESTION: Ethnocentrism and cultural relativism – is there a biblical alternative to these two extremes? ANSWER: Ethnocentrism is the view that ...
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