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  • noun Alternative spelling of worldview.


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  • 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.

    The New Yorker

  • 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.

    kateelliott: Sotomayor

  • 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.

    MJ Rosenberg: Top Jewish Historian on Glenn Beck's Jewish Problem

  • Yet the cop world-view and tribal vision are not that far apart: "In my culture we don't believe in coincidence," Kella says.

    When Trouble Cascades

  • 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

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Nothing must disturb the world-view of any pro-Israel student, lest he or she suffer a mental bruise.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • How that came to be sacrilegious would entail exploring the recipient's world-view, his/her place in society, etc.

    On Profanity: 4


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