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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Vanstone's shoulders -- and then moderated his neighbor's parental enthusiasm from the point of view of an impartial spectator.
Vanstone was too easy-tempered and sanguine -- and too anxious, as well, not to yield his old antagonist an inch more ground than he could help -- to look at the letter from any such unfavorable point of view.
At once the Bell Company came over to Vail's point of view, bought his new line, and launched out upon what seemed to be the foolhardy enterprise of stringing a double wire from Boston to New York.
The Bell Companies, on the other hand, were officered by men who had for a quarter of a century been surveying telephone problems from a national point of view.
I felt that to bring out its deeper significance which was quite apparent to me, something other, something more was required; a leading motive that would harmonize all these violent noises, and a point of view that would put all that elemental fury into its proper place.
Like I said, you can always think from a player's point of view - from a professional's point of view - that you can add certain stuff and that's the point of view that I had.
From a legal point of view, these tendencies of continuity were manifested in the affirmation of a continuity between the socialist Constitution of 1965 and the post-revolutionary one from 1991.
Yamasaki (biblical studies, Columbia Bible College, British Columbia) shows how the point of view from which a biblical passage is written can provide clues to how the writer wanted readers to interpret and evaluate the content.
From his point of view, he wasn't going to play, the team had been selected and he wanted to get back to the Blues.
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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.
And they have to look upon it both from that point of view and the point of view of its scientific claims to explain certain scientific phenomena.
Consider how your assumptions are forming your 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.