from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A position from which something is observed or considered; a point of view.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The position from which something is observed or considered; an angle, outlook or point of view.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Point of view.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a place from which something can be viewed
- n. a mental position from which things are viewed
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In these photographs, as in dreams, the viewpoint is a disembodied one.
I have no idea whether other people with high-functioning autism see the world this way; the viewpoint is the young author's own, and I found the book, published for the young adult market, consistently funny and heart-rending.
Sadly, some anonymous idiots take that second post opportunity to once again demonstrate that their viewpoint is the only one they will consider, going on the attack once again.
It's not that we don't respect their opinion, as we should, but that their viewpoint is a dime a dozen and THERE IS NOTHING "creative" or "unique" about making a film right now dealing with current issues.
In my experience her viewpoint is the norm rather than the exception.
I am sure Mr. Kimber would agree with me that this viewpoint is a complete fallacy.
My own viewpoint is that anything symbolic gains its meaning from its context.
Threatening any politician regardless of party or viewpoint is un-American and should not be tolerated.
But, what you buy with this viewpoint is that you get a richer picture: everyone can have more “solid” statements (aka, theorems), but they can also have speculations (aka, conjectures).
If this viewpoint is correct than a computer AI of sufficient complexity should be able to do anything a human mind can.