Related formscen·tral·ist, noun, adjectivecen·tral·is·tic [sen-truh-lis-tik] /ˌsɛn trəˈlɪs tɪk/, adjectivean·ti·cen·tral·ism, nounan·ti·cen·tral·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for centralism
There is no promise of permanency, even less of stable hierarchies and centralism.
The civilization of illiteracy requires alternatives to centralism, hierarchy, sequentiality, and determinism in politics.
They are an expression of accepted hierarchy and centralism to the degree that these could be rendered relative as need required.
Nevertheless, this subsumation does not follow the patterns of centralism and the hierarchy of literacy.
There is also an expectation of centralism, and thus hierarchy and discipline.