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October 2018

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Oct'18

“The Man Who Wouldn’t Die”

What do ghost stories tell you about worldview? What can they contribute to a worldview discussion? Praxis Circle will review these vital questions in future posts and conversations . . .

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Oct'18

Why Study Worldview? Part III of III

Ladelle McWhorter describes in a humorous way how the problem of rage can develop for just about anyone today when standing quietly, thoughtfully, and alone in a supermarket aisle . . .

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Oct'18

Why Study Worldview? Part II of III

May-Lily Lee offers Penn Jillette’s (of Penn & Teller) approach to worldview idea and information exchange that we hope all PC Members will adopt . . .

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Oct'18

“The Rich White Civil War”

"Unfortunately, people in the exhausted majority have no narrative. They have no coherent philosophic worldview . . ."

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Oct'18

Why Study Worldview? Part I of III

It’s obvious children absorb certain beliefs from their parents or culture that they often, today, at least, examine later in life, when these beliefs . . .

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Oct'18

Cool Cats

Our human dilemma always seems to lie between these two poles (animal-robot), and it’s where our worldviews can often be helpful . . .

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09

Oct'18

Who has a Worldview? Part II of II

We just don’t see the value of worldview insights unless they can positively influence the lives of “normal people” (if anyone is normal) . . .

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Oct'18

Who has a Worldview? Part I of II

In other words, just how front-of-mind is worldview to the dreaded and much-maligned (though still quite dominant in the U.S., anyway) “common man,” and . . .

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