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In Relation to Other Worldviews
« on: January 26, 2012, 11:10:17 PM »
Although much has been said about emotion theory in this system, it is all based on subjects and relations which qualifies as a worldview.  To help understand what this means, here is what one would say concerning Darwin's theory of evolution from the point of view of these worldviews.

A Theist would say, "God created man and all living things.  Evolution theory is wrong."

An Atheist or a secular person would say, "The evidence presented in anthropology probably confirms that evolution theory is correct.  Darwin is one of the most influential scientists of all time."

A Subjationist, one who believes in the subject of subjects and relations, would say, "Evolution theory is redundant to my worldview.  I already know this.  I should have never heard of Darwin."