world view

  1. a comprehensive view of the world and human life
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  • From that perch, one's picture of the cosmos grows to galactic proportions, dwarfing any prior world view and yielding a perspective transcendent beyond imagination.
  • I refer to the far greater and more sweeping drama in which we are all caught up and which will profoundly affect our world view in the years ahead.
  • This brought about by a Republican President with a chiliastic world view aided by the Neocon Manicheanism. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • In those days the study of nature turned away from the Aristotelian world view with its em - phasis on qualitative change and teleological reasoning. NUMBER
  • `Elizabeth, we don't have to rehash our opposing world views. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • The reliance on luck, with all the hunches and superstitions it involves, is portrayed here as a kind of world view, an attitude towards life that turns out to be founded on despair.
  • Just call it wack and go on about your business of treating those with a different world view as something to poop on. Think Progress » Help Improve ThinkProgress
  • `Elizabeth, we don't have to rehash our opposing world views. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • This domain consists of symbols which represent an essential "structural" trait of the world view as a whole -- to wit, its inner hierarchy of significance. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings
  • It is built into a world view which, given time, rarely fails to bubble up.
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