When referencing a perspective, I have always thought that "in this view, ...". However, I have discovered that "on this view, ..." is very common. I find this very odd! It sounds plain wrong to me (English is my second language).
Can someone explain why this is correct? Are both correct? Is only "on this view" correct?
Some context: It seems "on this view" is used often in philosophy. "Take, for example, the proposition that you will have lunch tomorrow. On this view, that proposition either has no truth value right now, or else has the value indeterminate." [Source] Why not use "in this view" here?
This discussion on Reddit doesn't give a conclusive answer.