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The Worldview of Albert Einstein, 1879-1955

"The development of science and of the creative activities of the spirit requires a freedom that consists in the independence of thought from the restrictions of authoritarian and social prejudice." Albert Einstein, 1940

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Top Cards / Enthusiasm About These Worldview Themes: 
        My Ace of Diamonds:
        My King of Diamonds:
        My Ace of Hearts:
        My King of Hearts:
        My Ace of Clubs:
        My King of Clubs:
        My Ace of Spades:
        My King of Spades:
Discards / Antagonism Towards These Worldview Themes:
        My Biggest Loser -- Diamonds:
        My 2nd Biggest Loser --Diamonds:
        My Biggest Loser --Hearts:
        My 2nd Biggest Loser --Hearts:
        My Biggest Loser --Clubs:
        My 2nd Biggest Loser --Clubs:
        My Biggest Loser --Spades:
        My 2nd Biggest Loser --Spades:

Other Top Cards:

Diamonds: WV1A Humbly Unsure; WV11A Fatalism

Hearts: WV18B Dispassionate

Clubs:  WV21B Service to Others; WV31 Education for Democracy; WV35B Working for Change;
           WV42 Ethical Orientation; WV 49B Socialism

Spades: WV27 Belonging to Nature; WV47A The Attitudinal Fix Mentality; WV51 Ethical Globalization

Other Discards:

Diamonds: WV2B I Know What's Best For You; WV7B Magic; WV11B Free Will

Hearts: WV33A Servitude; WV39B Scapegoating

Clubs: WV34A Valuing Traditions & Traditional Gender Roles; WV43 Seeking Wealth and Power

Spades: WV 25 Anthropocentrism; WV26A The Consumerist


Clark, Ronald W.  Einstein: The Life and Times, New York: Avon Books, 1971

Issacson, Walter  Einstein: His Life and Universe, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007

online encyclopedia link:  Wikipedia article on Albert Einstein

*Important Note: Obviously the above famous person did not look over all 80 project Worldview themes and make the above selections, nor answer any related questionnaires gauging compatibility with worldview themes. Rather the above characterization of this person's worldview is based on the historic record--and in particular the above references.  Of course an individual's worldview can change during the course of their adult lives. The worldview presented above represents what is believed to be that of the person when he or she was in the prime of life and at the peak of influencing others and making an impact.  If you feel that we have it wrong in some way, please contact us.

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