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world view

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworld viewˌworld ˈview, world-view noun [countable usually singular]  someone’s opinions and attitudes relating to the world and things in general the limited nineteenth-century world view
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world viewIt is in this way a world view, of which psychoanalysis forms an important part.Ideas expressed at many different periods, or in many different contexts, have been assembled into a definitive world view.In effect their fiscal mandate meant their version of reality failed to synchronize with the police world view.The Republican world view may not have changed in 20 years, but the world certainly has.There can be no doubting their experience, their confidence, and the classic simplicity of their world view.This world view in which past and present are simultaneous, constitutes a new understanding of society.
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