world view


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Synonyms for world view

a comprehensive view of the world and human life

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In commenting on the relationship between a traditional Aboriginal world view and Western mathematics, Michael Christie (in Harris, 1991, p.
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A Lansing-bred tinkerer, Ransom Olds' life experience and world view resembled his more famous contemporary, Henry Ford.
And with these sciences came a world view, cosmology and even cosmogony that proceeded on its own.
For the past decade the discourse of educational reform in the United States has been increasingly controlled by a hierarchical, top-down world view of education, which has resulted in very specific and authoritative definitions of learning being enacted in legislation (Heilman, 2003).
That kind of clinical world view, Condon shows, could get Kinsey in some trouble, particularly when one of his leading disciples and researchers, Clyde Martin (Peter Sarsgaard), begins a sexual relationship with Kinsey's wife, Clara (Laura Linney).
They wouldn't recognize the anarchy society's atomization as a response to nihilism's negative world view and the resulting self-absorption.
Canada World View, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa, Winter-Spring 2004
People living in an age before a scientific-materialistic world view had gained credence, where attribution is to God, and to God's will, see a conflict's outcome as a working out of that will, or a transgression against it.
The 4,500-s/f project, occupying an entire floor, is for World View Associates, a designer and importer of menswear.
It broadens horizons, changes your world view and helps you to appreciate other cultures," he says.
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