Primate Logic
umair haque

We can check this article for worldview inclusion. Ask the author what percent of americans would agree with this article. Suppose the author says 50% of americans will agree with the article and the actual number is 25% of americans agree with this article. By using math the article has excluded the worldviews of 50% of the population. only by not-counting 50% of the population would the authors claim of 50% agreement be true.

So the question is how much of the USA does this worldview represent? Is it a majority worldview and if so, then does the article itself have a majority worldview bias. It’s convenient and effective to write an article that appeals to the majority worldview, but do the minority worldviews get discounted too in a way similar to how this very article is describing?

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