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And Talking Of Cliquey Expressions....

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What's all this business about "world bleeding view"?

And why is the expression seemingly the domain of those who are of an antirealist nature?...."Well, like the worldview is...." etc. You don't get normal people using the word and the only others who use it are philosophers. However one would hardly call those vacillating nitwits normal by any stretch of their colourful imagination...."Derr well, it could be this and it could be that but then if we consider there is not here and that yin is not yang then a lobster telephone is the worldview which doesn't rule out the possibility of......"
I reckon it is a throwback to the ad populum fallacy in order that theists can get some sort of comfort in numbers when it comes to their whacky beliefs. "You know...ha ha and woof woof, the worldview is that God exists so honk, honk, you down there, you can't argue against the numbers, can you?"

Are theists lulling themselves into false security in believing that their blinkered worldview is somehow correct?
Aaron
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  • WinstonCWinstonC 191 Pts
    edited October 15
    Your worldview is your own personal perception of where you are in the world, where you are going and generally an overall view on reality and life from your own idiosyncratic standpoint. It is often referred to in psychology. Of course you should not cite your own worldview as evidence. Moreover, you should consider other worldviews as potentially having validity and failure to do so will retard one's intellectual growth.
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  • @WinstonC
     Moreover, you should consider other worldviews as potentially having validity and failure to do so will retard one's intellectual growth.

    I thoroughly agree and I'm sure that you would accept my thread as being highly embellished to illustrate a point.
    That being, I get the feeling that theists, in particular, tend to cite "worldview" more than anyone else and I suspect because they feel comfortable in numbers in justifying their idiosyncratic views.
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