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I disagree with the premise of this question "Imagine a man who, like most people on this planet, is generally surrounded by people who share his basic worldview."

Are most of the people on the planet surrounded by people who share their basic worldview? That's not the case where I live.






Are most of the people on the planet surrounded by people who share their basic worldview? That's not the case where I live.

Do you mind telling where you live?

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melian
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What counts as "the basic worldview"? e.g. Two neighbours in the developed world may appear to have very different views, being completely at different ends of the Overton Window, but still agree completely on many issues which would be controversial in almost any other time and place (e.g. welfare-state capitalism, support for democracy, etc).

Suppose you were to become convinced of the merits of fascism. This would probably put you in the position described by this scenario.
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kaninchen
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