from (one's) perspective

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from (one's) perspective

As one views or interprets a certain situation. Oh sure, from her perspective, I'm at fault—but I swear, I did nothing wrong!
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from my perspective

 and from where I stand; from my point of view; the way I see it
Fig. in my own opinion. Mary: What do you think of all this? Tom: From my perspective, it is just terrible. Bob: From my point of view, this looks like a very good deal. Bill: That's good for you. I stand to lose money on it. Alice: From where I stand, it appears that you're going to have to pay a lot of money to get this matter settled. Sue: I'll pay anything. I just want to get all this behind me.
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From his perspective, enlightened self-interest says he should buy the vehicle he believes is best for him, no matter who makes it.
The acupuncturist to whom I referred the patient then explains that based on traditional Chinese medical evaluation, what we're calling allergic sensitivities and irritable bowel is, from his perspective, kidney yin deficiency with liver chi stagnation, and that the patient's early response to acupuncture treatment has been positive.