Our Logo, Hope
Starting with the global education symbol, we've
added a young person, eager to learn, whose head is centered on
the world. We hope that in this person, and in all people, a healthy worldview develops--one that brings
happiness and promotes planetary well-being.
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an educational website--a good place to get free and unbiased
as you tackle life's big questions and expand your worldview
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and Worldview Themes
Each of us has a conceptual framework and set of beliefs
that we use to make sense out of the world--that is, we have a worldview.
Based on individual
perceptions, experience and learning, individual worldviews are unique and can
be very complex. You can click here for an
introduction to worldviews. Rather than get bogged down in
their full complexity, we use worldview themes to characterize a person's
worldview. We have formally named and described eighty-one worldview themes.
You can click here for a list of
those worldview themes and begin exploring the details of each, how they
relate to each other, and how they can be used to characterize worldviews.
Your worldview should be uniquely yours! Individual worldview themes will of course have a particular point of
view or bias. But overall with the eighty one worldview themes and
hundreds of sub-themes you'll find here, along with much background info and thousands of links, you'll be able to
fully explore any conceivable belief, ideology or philosophy. We won't force our beliefs on you! We will help you find your way in taking a free inquiry path to a worldview.