I. What is a Worldview

The crisis of the worldview. The need for a clear and holistic worldview that unites religion, science and philosophy. The individual's main choice.

II. Worldview Function

Sources of the worldview and its influence on an individual. The importance of a clear definition of terms. The need to restore culture.

III. Return of the Observer into the Process of Cognition

Measure as the criterion of Truth. Virtuality of measures used by modern objective science. The need to return the Observer into the process of cognition.

IV. Objectivity or Subjectivity?

The main difference between the materialistic and idealistic worldviews. The choice of the measure as the highest value. The destructiveness of extremes.

V. Elimination of Contradictions

The Individual is a witness to external, objective reality, the Observer — to the inner, subjective reality, pure Reason — to the higher, true one.

Higher Plane of Reality

Description of the process of thinking that takes place in the higher plane of reality and is aimed at cognition.

LiveDevice I. Observer as the Approach Basis

The basis and main postulates of LiveDevice as an approach for the primary formation of a clear and modern worldview.

LiveDevice II. Observer in Three Realities

The three aspects of the observer — essence, soul and personality — in three sequentially manifested worlds.

LiveDevice III. Four Principles of Management

The principles of life that govern the natural environments of any system are hierarchy, centralization, decentralization, and pluralism.

LiveDevice IV. Six Human Functions

Functional roles in any project or functions of a person in any joint activity, corresponding to the soul development levels.

LiveDevice V. Twelve Functional Levels

The human body as a universal apparatus of twelve natural functions that are also present in any vertical system.

LiveDevice VI. Universal Matrix

Universal LiveDevice matrix, as a basic hierarchical set of measuring rulers, applicable to the analysis of any phenomenon or system.

LiveDevice VII. Materialism vs subjectivism

Materialism from the point of view of LiveDevice — its position in a holistic worldview system, its capabilities and limitations.