Weltanschauung [ velt-ahn-shou-oong ]
1. a comprehensive conception or image of the universe and of humanity's relation to it.
Origin: Literally, “world-view”
HOW TO USE WELTANSCHAUUNG IN A SENTENCE
Obamacare is an existential threat to their Weltanschauung, their idea of America?
ENOUGH ALREADY ON HEALTHCARE.GOV. DON’T YOU REMEMBER MEDICARE PART D?|MICHAEL TOMASKY|OCTOBER 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Rick Perry (not quite a candidate) is the only Republican to absorb sports fully into his being, his Texas Weltanschauung.
JOCK THE VOTE|BRYAN CURTIS|JULY 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
If you favor Swift, you are embracing a Weltanschauung that says that all of life is a high-school melodrama.
BATTLE OF THE BLONDES|BRYAN CURTIS|JANUARY 28, 2010|DAILY BEAST
It forms an essential part of the philosophy of life, the Weltanschauung of every patriotic Prussian.
GERMAN PROBLEMS AND PERSONALITIES|CHARLES SAROLEA
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