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world-view

n
(Philosophy) another word for Weltanschauung
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world-view

noun outlook, views, attitude, perspective, point of view, viewpoint, standpoint, frame of mind Many artists express their world-view in their work.
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While students' textbooks reveal the components of a certain world-view and the values a society would wish to instill in the minds of its younger generations, teachers' guides usually give us a hint as to how that is practically done.
the Aboriginal world-view provides for the unity and coherence of people, nature, land, and time.
It is in the light of our beliefs about the nature of the world, i.e., our world-view, that we formulate our conceptions of the norms and values that govern the worldliness of the world.
This study focuses on the world-view of dichotomous thinkers from the perspective of entity vs.
proposes a holistic educational world-view. This world-view places high value on the concept of the spiritual presence of one's soul as the primary basis of one's personality thus promoting values of lifelong learning and creativity.
Political correctness has turned into political corruption, trying to debase traditional values and standards in favour of a superficial and immoral world-view.
Interestingly enough, as a teacher of voice and vocal pedagogy on the college level, I would recommend the book highly to all voice teachers as well, regardless of the level of singers with whom they work, simply because of the philosophy and world-view presented about singing and sound, as parts of life and as tools for spiritual growth.
This critical-prophetic strand of religion aims a skeptical scrutiny at the "divine" status of religious institutions, world-view, doctrines, scriptures, etc.
We are surrounded by a trendy world-view that disregards, or fails fully to comprehend, not only the truths of religion, but also the truths of science.
Thus the term 'modernity' (in English, modernite in French, and die Moderne in German), a concept debated upon in the past few decades, seems to denote a historical period in which a given world-view, marked by its rupture with the past, prevails (or else, how could the term 'postmodernity' be coined?); but also a rupture with the past in general, or 'une crise par rapport a la tradition', (3) i.e.

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