12 Worldview

In English there are translations from the German, as well as links, video clips and literature references.

In German, there are links to the project’s origin, as well as literature references:

Translation and explanations in Norwegian, as well as presentation of:

These twelve worldviews are arranged here like a clock face. It is as well be like the Zoodiak or the months of the year. At the top is 12 o’clock or, if you like, the month of July. At the bottom is 6 or January. Materialism and Spiritualism are opposites, as we imagine the opposite between July and January. If we follow the circle, the diameter is the opposite between each pair.

To the 12 worldviews, there are 7 provisions/moods, each with its own expression. Gnosis – Logos – Voluntarism – Empiricism – Mysticism – Transcendentalism – Occultism. We then end up with 12 x 7 shades of worldview, each of which makes up its own concept.

They follow 3 emphases which show how words are concluded (interpreted); Naturalism – Theism – Intuitionism. In all, this shows how concepts and words are different, but that concepts can be stretched; we get dozens of synonyms (words with the same meaning) inside each term.

Is the language project that explains the entire linguistic and conceptual context, which thus amounts to 84 concepts.

External links for English speakers:


12 Worldviews Summary Of Preface ׀ Rudolf Steiner Philosophy Of Freedom:

Ethical Self-Actualization: Advancing Through The Levels Of Morality


The Thought-Structure Of Rudolf Steiner’s Philosophy Of Freedom


We become monads



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Twelve Ways of Seeing the World – A discussion of Mario Betti’s work on Rudolf Steiner