world view

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: view - a comprehensive view of the world and human life
perspective, view, position - a way of regarding situations or topics etc.; "consider what follows from the positivist view"
clockwork universe - the view that the universe resembles a clock built by God and ticking along according to Newtonian mechanics
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The number of entries for GCSE religious studies has soared in the last decade, driven by young people's increasing interest in "exploring world views", it has been suggested.
They do not posit any intrinsic or stable connection between narrative techniques and world views, but show how world views are always expressed though specific formal strategies.
This is part of the difference in world views. Each culture develops more vocabulary and higher degrees of abstraction for those parts of reality which they consider most important.
Synopsis: Consistent with their views in recent years, slightly more than half of Americans believe the rest of the world views the U.S.
HUMANISTS have welcomed a High Court ruling that the Education Secretary made "an error of law" when she left "non-religious world views" out of the new religious studies GCSE.
What role do our "allies" in Saudi Arabia and Qatar have in sponsoring these hate-filled world views? For sure, these people do not represent the vast majority of Muslims.
Underlying the drama and science fiction (hidden or concealed, if you will) are two quite different world views, world views that have been in competition throughout the ages.
Another of Ernest's humanist interests in retirement was connected to an institution titled the World Views Collaborative.
ERIC Descriptors: Cognitive Style; Stereotypes; World Views; Theories; Intelligence; Ability; Factor Analysis; Correlation; Undergraduate Students; Foreign Countries
Aboriginal people and societies of European descent have different world views. The differences in community values and societal structure create a different approval process for decision making.
These oral traditions represent teachings and world views that are often profoundly different from and at odds with the surrounding Euro-American world views, and these differences have been reflected in a history of continuing struggle.

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