World view refers to the view and perspective of different people regarding the world and activities initiated in it. Spirituality refers to the quality of a person to be connected with the human spirits and souls. It is a feeling of a human which shows their connectivity towards a non-materialistic thing. It is a religious process through which a person develops a shape of a person with the help of their thinking skills. The worldview concept of spirituality includes areas such as care, religion, psychology and parenting. Scientism refers to the idea of answering all the questions which a scientific approach. Whereas Pluralism is viewed in two dimension way, first view shows that the idea of reality is composed of plurality of things, and the second view states that in social group self-directed participation are made and values are made according to tradition and culture. Lastly the concept of post modernism refers to the discrete change in the way that humanistic intellectuals observe the relation of their cultural practices to society on a whole (Carrese, 2015).
There are many theories defined for the purpose of prime reality, which means that it is transcend which is firstly created in the universe but then not overlooked afterwards. Further in simple words, it is the denial of world view which states that everything which is happen all around the world is related to something and happens for a reason and there is not word like god and spirituality. As the worldview gives answers to basic life questions, according that prime reality refers to the assumption that everything is external is real and no non-materialistic feelings exits in world view (Louw, 2016).
Furthermore in addition to above given text, it shall be questioned that what is world, or external environment in which a person prevail. So, according to the worldview, something which is created by us intentionally or unintentionally shall be regarded as the world around us. The world can be orderly or chaotic, self-made or self-directed or it can be a spiritual matter or something which is subjective and require scientism. The external world in which a person is prevailing might be real or not, there are many faces of this world and many assumptions are based on them as well. In my opinion of worldview nature of ultimate reality mean there is one good that has the most pure spirit and we all are his creation only (Sire, (n.d.). Another question answer under this approach is the definition of human being. On the account of worldview assumption, a human being can be a biological reaction of different machines, or it can be a good form of energy (god) which shall be utilized by the successors of the generation. Or a human being can be a person who is formed by the mere imagination god. If god exists, the human creation can never by a biological term, so for me creation of my body and soul on this earth is a spiritualism concept which is made under the observance of god (Lewandowsky, Gignac, & Vaughan, 2013).
Happening to the person after death, in worldview shall be answered in such a way that it fits to the doctrine assumed by the worldview. If it is assumed that there is no life after death then why one should refuse to anything in their current life span. Also people believe that they will receive 72 virgins if they die as a martyr. Further to answer this question it shall be known that people do not exist in the form of human being post death, they are sent to the next level and are reincarnated into another life on earth only. They now come to the opposite of the human existence which can be called as the other side. They enter into heaven or hell according to their activities performed on earth. People who have done any sin directly enter in heaven. For me it all depends upon the type of life which you have lived on earth will decide your life after death (Shook, Ford, & Boggs, 2017).
Moving forward to the next question of worldview which states that why it is possible to know anything at all. The fact shall be understood by all that different people have their different perception for human rationality. Despite of having different worldview, people tend to have different understanding of the same topic. It is many time an illusion or process of evolution or anything which is considered rationale by man. It is the knowledge which is illusion; all of them are made by god who only has the fullest knowledge of everything. No man is capable enough to gather knowledge on itself and decides what is right and wrong for them. It is god who functions all such activities (Duffy, 2017).
To know what is right or wrong it is the mental ability to look at a certain matter and making assumptions on the basis of their personal thinking skills and ability.in my personal worldview it is the experience which a person receives with the happening of an event on the basis of which they regard any situation as right or wrong (Market faith, 2017).
Lastly, meaning human history, the meaning of the word meaning in this phrase is a different context which assumed by different people according their worldview. People can assert this word meaning as nullified effect in the case or as a word which realize the purpose of life and god. As per my personal view meaning of human history refers to the story of existence of human life on earth. It is the aspect which defines the formation of a human being, their working cultures, systems and everything else. So, for me it’s a wider concept which symbolizes life and existence of god as well (Eagleton, 2013).
Further in the limelight of above it shall be noted that the three theories defines the seven question mentioned in the above paragraphs. All people have their different worldview according to their capabilities and experience and beliefs on certain concepts.
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