Praxis Circle Team’s posts focusing on worldview content.
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 . . .
We just don’t see the value of worldview insights unless they can positively influence the lives of “normal people” (if anyone is normal) . . .
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 . . .
This definition presents worldview as “a conceptual lens through which we see, understand, and interpret . . .
Worldviews are very much functions of emotion, feeling, desire, "romance," and personal experiences themselves . . .
Since Praxis Circle is dedicated to helping you understand and build your worldview, while understanding the worldview of others, we should . . .
We explain in Why Praxis? and About on our website what Praxis Circle hopes to accomplish with you, the problems and needs we . . .
Welcome to Praxis Circle. We are happy to be launching the Praxis Circle non-profit, Member-based effort after . . .
Executive Director’s (Doug Monroe) posts offering a walk through Praxis Contributor worldviews and related issues.
Doug’s alter-ego’s posts that pull no philosophical punches!
Guest Contributors’ posts commenting on timely worldview questions with answers.
Praxis Circle Team’s and Guest Contributors’ posts offering short book reviews, worldview-related information and quotes, news, and cartoons.
Contributor video posts telling a worldview story.
PC Member posts offering contributed worldview content.