Did you perhaps mean worldview?
- n. alternative spelling of worldview.
“Most of all, though, the work is unified by its relentless focus on Deutsch's world-view, which is so novel that even a book so sparklingly clear in both its prose and its conception is, at times, quite confusing.”
“So while it isn't hidden in the quotes previous, as it seems it's wide spread, I'd think the world-view would still be applied to anyone that isn't in their group.”
“This quote, snagged from Talking Points Memo, so perfectly encapsulates the world-view of its type that I feel obliged to reproduce it here.”
“Beck responded that this world-view leads to death camps.”
“Yet the cop world-view and tribal vision are not that far apart: "In my culture we don't believe in coincidence," Kella says.”
“And there is one unadorned, unambiguous statement for you, which, more effectively than a hundred blogposts of mine, defines the moral world-view of those we fight. posted by Dr. Dawg at 2: 02 PM”
“Our opposition generates, in dialectical fashion, discursive expressions of our values and world-view that resonate among us, and, at least ideally, offer the potential of more than talk.”
“The Globe editorialist slams the boycotters '"one-sided world view," but the editorial takes a pretty one-sided world-view of its own: free expression must be reserved, it seems, for those on the pro-Israel side of things.”
“Nothing must disturb the world-view of any pro-Israel student, lest he or she suffer a mental bruise.”
“How that came to be sacrilegious would entail exploring the recipient's world-view, his/her place in society, etc.”
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