point of view

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Synonyms for point of view

the position from which something is observed or considered

Synonyms for point of view

a mental position from which things are viewed

the spatial property of the position from which something is observed

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Brookmyre added: "I wanted to write from the point of view of women who would not be remotely impressed by people who solve problems with violence.
McCourt, the show's Executive Producer, who is a global media entrepreneur and founder of ALTV said: "Street's Point of View epitomises the approach that ALTV is bringing to its content, breathing new life into programming and film production to give local audiences the opportunity to enjoy high quality, local stories.
Here we learn the truth that point of view is not the same as perspective--that cumulative effect of experience and personality that colors our perception.
Idel makes the distinction between the general perspective, which leads to a form of totality, and death from a social, even political point of view, where death is a form of sacrifice that makes man a part of history (30).
Point of View in Plays suggests that a good deal of attention has been given to point of view in prose fiction, but very little to point of view in drama.
Let me say that at the very beginning before turning specifically to the Islamic point of view.
Mikelic expressed his point of view concerning the decision that was to be made by the NCC at its Sept.
Told entirely from the point of view of a nine-year-old (although the book jacket copy insists this is not a book for nine-year-olds), the author maintains the atmosphere of incomprehension turning to some kind of knowledge, even though Bruno holds on to a portion of innocence until the end.
Determine if the question has only one correct answer, decide if it's fact or opinion, assess whether it requires reasoning from more than one point of view.
They go on to say that the first step in this process is understanding the parts of thinking, which are purpose, questioning, information, inference, assumption, point of view, concepts, and implications.
It looks at the decision support tools the farmer and rancher can now use from several perspectives--the researcher's point of view; the farmer's point of view; the equipment manufacturer point of view; and finally from a strictly nutrient management point of view.
In a nutshell: McCarthy wrote and stars in this raunchy sex comedy from a woman's point of view - a really dumb woman's point of view.
Also that you appreciate my concern and "understand my point of view.