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  1. Worldview is a term, but if it's really quite simple, then this is how a person sees the world in all its manifestations! And the worldview is not the same, just as no two people are the same. Each person, 100%, spent every moment in a different way, and the further life goes, the difference in worldview becomes stronger, it adds up and overlaps with each other, and depends on everything!!! Absolutely! A green dung fly that landed on your birthday cake can change your attitude to birthdays, or a person of interest did not come to the party, it can change your worldview! And happy, emotional or tragic events change everything, not just your worldview!

  2. A worldview is primarily a form of our view of the world, according to which we see it or (on the other hand) how it appears to us, and – from this <and> ideas and concepts about it (about the world) are formed (in consciousness). And depending on how the world is presented to us (in our consciousness and worldview), then accordingly (we) try to build an adequate, i.e. rationalistic attitude to it.

    Thus, it acts as the “rationalistic” basis and the environment on which the “rationalistic” consciousness of a person relies in the development and adoption of certain decisions, and with them actions – both in relation to himself (for he also has an idea of himself), and to everything external, surrounding him, and, of course, the world.

  3. Worldview is a term coined by idealistic philosophers to create the impression that their views are “scientific” and proven, and all other systems of explaining the world order are primitive, wild, caused by fear of the unknown. Later, this term was taken up by materialists to promote their views as the only true ones. Traditionally, in philosophy, views on the world order are called metaphysics.

    Metaphysics is an understanding of the structure of the world also outside the boundaries of material nature, which, from the point of view of most religions, theological concepts, and philosophical teachings, is only part of the universe. No metaphysical teaching will deny the practical achievements of modern science, except for those unproven theories that claim to explain the world order, which are considered hypothetical in the scientific field itself.

    Therefore, we can speak with good reason about Christian, Buddhist, Islamic, Hindu and other metaphysics or, if you like, worldviews. Materialism differs from them only in that it recognizes only the physical part of the world order, without recognizing the rest, which makes it simple to understand, convenient to manage, but very limited worldview.

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