26 Facts About The world


The nature of the world has been conceptualized differently in different fields.

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In philosophy of mind, the world is commonly contrasted with the mind as that which is represented by the mind.

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In various contexts, the term "The world" takes a more restricted meaning associated, for example, with the Earth and all life on it, with humanity as a whole or with an international or intercontinental scope.

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Such a The world-object is simple in the sense that it does not have any genuine parts.

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The corresponding forms of pluralism, on the other hand, state that the world is complex in the sense that it is made up of concrete, independent objects.

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The actual The world is a possible The world since the way things are is a way things could have been.

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The only difference is that the actual world is the world we live in, while other possible worlds are not inhabited by us but by our counterparts.

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In philosophy of mind, the term "The world" is commonly used in contrast to the term "mind" as that which is represented by the mind.

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Immanuel Kant's transcendental idealism, for example, posits that the spatiotemporal structure of the world is imposed by the mind on reality but lacks independent existence otherwise.

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God's involvement in the world is often understood along the lines of a personal, benevolent God who looks after and guides His creation.

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Traditional interpretation of Parmenides' work is that he argued that the everyday perception of reality of the physical world is mistaken, and that the reality of the world is 'One Being' : an unchanging, ungenerated, indestructible whole.

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The sensible world is the world we live in, filled with changing physical things we can see, touch and interact with.

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The world believed, therefore, that we could gain knowledge about the thing-in-itself, something Kant said was impossible, since the rest of the relationship between representation and thing-in-itself could be understood by analogy to the relationship between human will and human body.

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Martin Heidegger, meanwhile, argued that "the surrounding The world is different for each of us, and notwithstanding that we move about in a common The world".

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The world thinks that there is a misguided tendency in western philosophy to understand the world as one enormously big thing containing all the small everyday things we are familiar with.

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On his view, the world is the totality of the inner-worldly things that transcends them.

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One difficulty in investigating the world is that we never encounter it since it is not just one more thing that appears to us.

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The world sees play as a symbol of the world that is both part of it and that represents it.

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The world argues that we need to posit different worlds in order to account for the fact that there are different incompatible truths found in reality.

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The world holds a correspondence theory of truth: a world version is true if it corresponds to a world.

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Mythological cosmologies often depict the world as centered on an axis mundi and delimited by a boundary such as a world ocean, a world serpent or similar.

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The spiritual The world would be the path to enlightenment, and changes would be sought in what we could call the psychological realm.

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The world is frequently cited alongside the flesh and the Devil as a source of temptation that Christians should flee.

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At the highest level of The world transcendence is hesychasm which culminates into the Vision of God.

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Some religious teachings warn of our tendency to seek happiness in this The world and advise a more ascetic lifestyle concerned with the afterlife.

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Contemporary The world history is dominated by three main research paradigms determining the periodization into different epochs.

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