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Noun: anthropologism
  1. A point of view in which human nature is exhaustively determined by the culture in which a person lives, leaving no room for human agency.
    "This is where he locates his anthropologism in a wider naturalism and materialism in response (in part) to criticism that it was not sufficiently distinguished from the immanentist Hegelianism that was a dominant feature of Left Hegelianism."

Type of: philosophical doctrine, philosophical theory